A 22-Year-Old Ontario Driver Got Drunk & Smashed Into A Brick Wall On Monday (PHOTOS)

An Ontario resident had one too many drinks this week and ended up crashing their car into a brick wall.

OPP West Region reported in a tweet on Wednesday that an impaired 22- year-old from Brantford crashed into "a commercial building on Rest Acres Road" on Monday night.

The front of the car suffered some major damage, and the brick wall of the building looks dented but is still standing.

The young driver has been charged with impaired operation, according to police.

No injuries were reported from the accident, and police took the opportunity to remind residents not to drink and drive.

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Orillia OPP are cautioning people to be aware of their surroundings.

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