Stratford News Drugs, alcohol play role in two collisions SHARE ON: Ethan Rabidoux, staff Thursday, Feb. 13th, 2014 The Huron County OPP has been called out to two separate collisions over the last few days. Both were caused in part by drugs or alcohol. A 25-year-old Bancroft man was charged last Thursday after a single motor vehicle collision on Dashwood Road, near Parr line. The Chevrolet Silverado was lying on its side in the ditch when police arrived. The driver failed two Intoxilizer tests. He lost his license for 90 days, his vehicle for a week and he was charged. Last Sunday afternoon, a 26-year-old woman from South Huron caused a two vehicle collision at the intersection of John Street and Louisa Street in Seaforth. Both vehicles were severely damages. Police could smell marijuana on the driver of the Sedona. When they searched her, they found the drug and also learned she was breaching a probation order by driving anyway. She now faces multiple charges.