Police allege Winnipeg company faked drug tests for unsuspecting Canadian truck drivers
A Winnipeg company is being accused of fabricating drug and alcohol test results for Canadian truck drivers who travel to the U.S. Precision Health Ltd. was hired by trucking companies to collect urine samples from drivers and then have the samples tested at a lab in the U.S. Winnipeg police executed a search warrant on Precision Health's office on Sept. 6. Investigators alleged the company had been fabricating negative test results for 32 unsuspecting Manitoba trucking companies.
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