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A child is in critical condition after being ejected from a car driven by a woman who was impaired and didn’t have a licence, Ontario Provincial Police say.

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The vehicle, westbound on Highway 17 in Municipality of Huron Shores, didn’t turn on a curve east of Thessalon late Thursday afternoon, a release says.

The car went off the road and rolled numerous times. A 10-year-old child sitting in the rear was thrown from the vehicle. The youth was taken to Sault Area Hospital. A front passenger went to hospital in Thessalon with non-life-threatening injuries.

Lily Bouchard, 37, of Blind River, was charged with impaired operation, alcohol and drugs, having a blood/alcohol level of more than 80 milligrams, operation causing bodily harm, breach of recognizance, drive motor vehicle with no licence, drive while passenger under 16 fails to wear seatbelt and two counts dangerous operation causing bodily harm.

She appeared in bail court in Blind River via video on Friday and was remanded into custody.

A police investigation continues.

Child critically hurt in single-vehicle crash

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