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Teen facing drunk driving charges in fatal crash in Brampton
One killed, three hurt
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CTV Toronto

A 17-year-old boy is facing drunk driving charges in a Brampton crash that took the life of another teenager.

18-year-old Kam Gill was killed early Saturday when a car collided with a tractor trailer on Airport Rd, near Lacoste Blvd.

The three other teens in the car, including the driver, were treated in hospital.

An 18-year-old girl was critically hurt.  By Sunday morning she had been stabilized.  Another passenger and the driver, both 17, were treated in hospital and released.

The driver has been charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle causing death, impaired operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm,excess alcohol causing death and excess alcohol causing bodily harm.

In Ontario, drivers under age 21 cannot legally have any alcohol in their system before getting behind the wheel.

Police are asking any witnesses to the crash to call them at 905-453-2121 x 3710 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

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CTV Toronto

A 17-year-old boy is facing drunk driving charges in a Brampton crash that took the life of another teenager.

18-year-old Kam Gill was killed early Saturday when a car collided with a tractor trailer on Airport Rd, near Lacoste Blvd.

The three other teens in the car, including the driver, were treated in hospital.

An 18-year-old girl was critically hurt.  By Sunday morning she had been stabilized.  Another passenger and the driver, both 17, were treated in hospital and released.

The driver has been charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle causing death, impaired operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm,excess alcohol causing death and excess alcohol causing bodily harm.

In Ontario, drivers under age 21 cannot legally have any alcohol in their system before getting behind the wheel.

Police are asking any witnesses to the crash to call them at 905-453-2121 x 3710 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

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