VIDEO: Police say driver who crashed into Island business blew five times the legal limit

A newer model white compact car driven by man with five times the legal blood alcohol limit crashed into the front of Adam's Tarp and Tool on Jan. 9, 2021. Photo courtesy Adam's Tarp and Tool
A newer model white compact car driven by man with five times the legal blood alcohol limit crashed into the front of Adam's Tarp and Tool on Jan. 9, 2021. Photo courtesy Adam's Tarp and Tool
A newer model white compact car driven by man with five times the legal blood alcohol limit crashed into the front of Adam's Tarp and Tool on Jan. 9, 2021. Photo courtesy Adam's Tarp and Tool
A newer model white compact car driven by man with five times the legal blood alcohol limit crashed into the front of Adam's Tarp and Tool on Jan. 9, 2021. Photo courtesy Adam's Tarp and Tool
A newer model white compact car driven by man with five times the legal blood alcohol limit crashed into the front of Adam's Tarp and Tool on Jan. 9, 2021. Photo courtesy Adam's Tarp and Tool

A man may be facing criminal charges after police say a driver with a blood alcohol content five times the legal limit crashed a car into a Campbell River business earlier this mont.

On Jan. 9 at approximately 7:45 p.m. a newer model white compact car smashed into Adam’s Tarp and Tool.

Campbell River RCMP tested a 26-year-old man they say was the driver, but not the owner, of the vehicle, and found a blood alcohol content over five times the legal limit, Campbell River RCMP media relations office Const. Maury Tyre said in a press release.

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Police are recommending criminal charges related to Impaired Operation of a motor vehicle.

If you have information regarding criminal activity, contact the Campbell River RCMP at 250-286-6221. In an emergency please call 911.

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