Dangerous driving charge laid in Water Street crash

In this photo provided by Joanne Beaulieu, a car sustained considerable damage as did a building at the corner of Water Street and Adolphus Street on Saturday, March 24, 2018. The driver and lone occupant was treated at hospital for non-life threatening injuries. (Joanne Beaulieu via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL – Police have laid a charge in connection to a high-speed crash on Water Street, which sent a small car into the side of a commercial building.

Cornwall police announced today that Izaiah-Justice Seguin, 19, of Cornwall is facing one count of dangerous driving.

Police allege a red Honda Civic was being driving in a dangerous manner on Saturday, March 24, 2018, when it smashed into the side of the former CJSS building at the corner of Water Street and Adolphus Street.

The driver sustained non-life threatening injuries, police said at the time.

Seguin went to police headquarters on Pitt Street yesterday (April 2) to deal with the matter.

He will appear in a Cornwall court, May 3.