Driver blows through Mandaumin Roundabout and goes airborne

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Three people face drunk driving charges in Lambton County after three unrelated incidents – including one where a car hit the Mandaumin Road roundabout and went airborne.

Lambton OPP were called to the roundabout Sunday morning at 3 am along with Sarnia fire and the paramedics for a car crash.

Police say the car was going north on Lakeshore Road – instead of taking the roundabout, it went through the center, going airborne, then smashing through signs before stopping in a ditch.

Paramedics and the OPP took a man to hospital. Police believed he’d been drinking.

Curtis Marks, 20, has been charged with impaired driving.

In St. Clair Township, on Thursday, police were called to a car accident on the St. Clair Parkway. They’d also received a call about a possible impaired driver at the time. Police were told a car hit multiple mailboxes and then collided with the guard rail. The vehicle finally stopped when it hit a tree.

When police arrived they tested for impaired driving.

Harry George, 69, of St. Clair Township, has been charged with Operation While Impaired – Alcohol and Drugs and Failure or Refusal to Comply With a Demand, pursuant to the Criminal Code of Canada.

Then Friday, around 7:45 pm were on patrol in Brigden Road when they stopped a driver for an infraction.

When speaking to the man, they thought he may have been drinking. He was arrested for impaired driving and taken to the OPP detachment for testing.

Patrick Carter, 29, of St. Clair Township, has been charged with impaired driving.