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Local man accused of drunk driving causing death

Almost seven months later, charges have been laid against a local man accused of driving drunk and killing another motorist who just happened to be a long-time volunteer with Alcoholics Anonymous.

 

“That’s the sad irony,” said Jodi Cohen, whose husband died in the Nov. 26, 2013, head-on collision.

 

John Norman Fisher, 59, was returning to Campbell River after working the day at a group home in Buckley Bay. Just after 10 p.m. Fisher was driving north on the Island Highway, near Sailor Road in Oyster Bay, when the tragedy occurred.