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Twin driver sisters found identically impaired within an hour and issued prohibition: Burnaby RCMP

Darpan News Desk Burnaby RCMP, 02 Jun, 2021 11:50 AM
  • Twin driver sisters found identically impaired within an hour and issued prohibition: Burnaby RCMP

Burnaby RCMP are reminding the public to not drink and drive after a pair of twin sisters was found impaired within an hour.

On Saturday at 4:56 am, a driver was found impaired and was issued a 24-hour prohibition. The twin sister who drove to the scene was also found to be intoxicated.

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