Chetwynd woman pleads guilty after accident involving an ambulance left several injured
CHETWYND -- The 35- year old driver of a stolen vehicle that caused a three-vehicle collision on Highway 97 last year, has pled guilty to the charges she was facing.
Several people were injured in the three-vehicle accident in October of 2020. One of the vehicles involved was an ambulance that was transporting two patients.
Jocelyn Rae Rose Wood pleaded guilty to three separate charges:
• Dangerous operation causing bodily harm
• Failure to comply with demand after accident resulting in bodily harm
• Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000
The Chetwynd resident received a two-year Conditional Sentence Order and a two-year driving prohibition.
The B.C. Prosecution Service dropped the charges against Ms. Wood’s two co-accused.