One man is in custody and two people were sent to hospital after an impaired driving collision involving a parked vehicle on Bonaventure Avenue at about 2 a.m. Thursday morning. When the Telegram arrived on scene, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers were administering a roadside breathalizer test to an eighteen-year-old male sitting in the rear of a police cruiser. The man was handcuffed shortly afterwards and taken from the scene in a second police car. The car the suspect was driving was sitting nearby with extensive damage to the front end and a second vehicle that had been parked on the roadside was damaged and driven up onto a sidewalk. The parked car’s owner could be seen speaking with police as they investigated the incident. The two victims taken to hospital, a man and a woman, were apparently passengers in the vehicle driven by the suspect. Their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening. In an overnight press release, the RNC says the man has been charged with impaired driving and will appear in court at a later date.