Northern Alberta man charged with impaired driving after fatal ATV rollover on Fort McKay First Nation
by Trevor Robb
An Alberta man has been charged with impaired driving after an ATV rollover near a home on Fort McKay First Nation killed a woman.
Police responded to the rollover at 11:48 p.m. Tuesday. They discovered a 31 year old woman in medical distress. Despite efforts from RCMP officers to resuscitate the woman, paramedics declared her dead on scene.
Police have not released her identity. A second passenger, a 41 year old woman, was not injured.
Police arrested 31 year old Jeremy Langdon of Fort McKay. He is charged with impaired driving causing death, driving with a blood alcohol level over .08, criminal negligence causing death and dangerous driving causing death.
Langdon was released on cash bail and is scheduled to appear June 27 in court in Fort McMurray.