An Audi ended up in a ditch nearby Humpback Road and Sooke Road on April 23 after a driver lost control and swerved off the road. West Shore RCMP impounded the vehicle and issued the driver 90-day driving prohibition. (Courtesy of Lily Nicole)

VIDEO: Vehicle impounded after intoxicated driver swerves into Langford ditch

West Shore RCMP says driver was uninjured, issued 90-day driving prohibition

An Audi ended up in a ditch near Humpback and Sooke roads after the driver lost control of the vehicle and swerved into oncoming westbound traffic on Wednesday evening.

West Shore RCMP received a report of a car engine smoking around 7:30 p.m. Officers said the intoxicated driver was given a 90-day prohibition and had their vehicle impounded for 30 days.

The driver was uninjured and was safely transported home.

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