Newspaper article The Canadian Press

SGI Reaches Settlement with Bars That Served Drunk Woman Who Killed 4 in Crash

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

SGI Reaches Settlement with Bars That Served Drunk Woman Who Killed 4 in Crash

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SGI reaches deal with bars in fatal drunk driving case

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REGINA - Saskatchewan's Crown-owned insurance company says it has reached a settlement with two bars that served an intoxicated woman who later killed a family of four in a traffic crash.

Catherine McKay pleaded guilty to four counts of impaired driving causing death in the 2016 collision that killed Jordan, Chanda, Kamryn and Miguire Van de Vorst.

She is serving a 10-year sentence.

McKay's blood-alcohol level at the time of the crash near Saskatoon was three times the legal limit.

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) says the terms of the out-of-court settlements with the Industrial Kitchen and Lounge Corporation, and MCDE Holdings Ltd., which operated the Crackers Licensed Cocktail & Dining Room, will not be disclosed. …

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