A Kingston woman is in hospital with serious injuries and another charged with impaired driving following a single vehicle collision in Prince Edward County early Sunday morning. Police say the vehicle left the roadway and rolled onto the front lawn of a residence in Rosehall. One passenger was ejected and seriously injured. The other two occupants remained within the vehicle and received minor injuries. Police say the 19-year-old driver, also from Kingston area, had been consuming alcohol and was arrested. She’ll appear in court and answer to the charges of Impaired Driving. Her license has been suspended for 90 days and her heavily damaged vehicle was impounded.

One person was killed and a second driver suffered serious injuries in a crash yesterday afternoon on Highway 7 near Maberly. OPP say two vehicles collided at about 4:30 p-m near Silver Lake Provincial Park west of Perth. One drivers was pronounced dead at the scene — the other was taken to hospital in Kingston with serious injuries. No names or ages have been released.

Frontenac Paramedics were called Friday to the scene of a construction site wall collapse, where two workers were rescued. Kingston Fire and Rescue performed an extrication using a ladder truck at the site of a Homestead building currently under construction on Old Mill Road. Two men were taken to Kingston General Hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

A little over a month after soccer fields were vandalized by a vehicle doing donuts on them in the east end of Kingston, a similar act has been committed in South Frontenac at the Frontenac Arena field. It’s believed the incident took place overnight between Aug. 5 and 6. The incident has been reported to police. It’s unclear how long it will take for the field to be repaired, and South Frontenac Township will be looking not the damage early this week.

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