A Muskoka club that served three young men who later died in a car crash in the summer of 2008 will have its liquor licence suspended this summer for 45 days.

In a decision issued yesterday by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, The Lake Joseph Club, operated by the ClubLink Corporation, admitted to breaching a section of the Ontario Liquor Licence Act by selling liquor to intoxicated persons.

The club was charged after the July 2008 tragedy in which Tyler Mulcahy, 20, his girlfriend Nastasia Inez Elzinga, then 19, and friends Kourosh Totonchian, 19, and Cory Mintz, 20 spent part of an afternoon eating and drinking at the Water’s Edge restaurant at the Lake Joseph Club in Port Carling.

They left that evening in Mulcahy’s Audi, and he was driving when it crashed in the Joseph River. Only Elzinga survived after she managed to free herself and swim to shore.

The liquor licence suspension runs from 11 a.m. June 1 to 2 a.m. July 16.

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