The case against a Prince Edward County woman, who injured six people in a two-vehicle collision, has been put over.
A sentencing date was to be set Friday in front of Superior Court Justice Patrick Hurley but attorney Jason Eason says a date has yet to be determined.
Jessica McBride-Bowers pleaded guilty to one count of impaired driving causing bodily harm to six people in July.
The 20-year-old ran a stop sign in May of 2017 at Moira Street West and Yeomans Street, causing a two-vehicle collision.
The matter will next appear in court on September 12.