A man facing three impaired driving-related charges following a single-vehicle crash in Antigonish Co. is scheduled to learn the outcome of his trial Monday.
RCMP say officers were called to the collision on the East Havre Boucher hill on Hwy. 104 in March 2017.
They say all four people inside the car were taken to hospital with injuries.
Police say two men from Pomquet and Port Hawkesbury, who were 19 and 26 at the time, respectively, were thrown from the vehicle, and were airlifted to hospital in Halifax in critical condition; two women, who were both 19 at the time, from Monastery and Central New Annan, were also hurt.
Kirkland MacDonald, 21, of Pomquet has been charged with three counts of impaired driving causing bodily harm.
His trial opened with two days in June, and continued with two more days in August; it finished in September.
A judge is expected to deliver a verdict in Antigonish Provincial Court.