Cambridge Restaurant Fined $50K For Overserving Alcohol Prior To Fatal Crash

A Cambridge restaurant has been fined $50,000 for overserving alcohol to a man who caused a fatal crash.

Last month, St. Louis Bar and Grill pleaded guilty to two counts under the Ontario Liquor Licensing Act, including permitting drunkenness on a licensed premises and selling liquor to an intoxicated person.

The plea stemmed from a fatal crash in November 2019 that killed 67-year-old Ken Scott. Scott was driving home when another vehicle crossed the centre line on Townline Road and crashed into his vehicle head-on.

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