| 07.08,19. 03:44 PM |
Woman disqualified from driving until 2035 allegedly caught in drunken crash
A stock photo of a woman driving. A 37-year-old driving on a disqualified license until 2035 has been charged with drink driving and other offences after allegedly fleeing the scene of a crash in Sydney.
A woman disqualified from driving until 2035 has been charged after allegedly drink driving before fleeing the scene of a crash in Sydney’s CBD.
The woman, 37, allegedly crashed into another car on leaving a licensed venue at Pyrmont on Monday about 2.30am.
Police were told security in the carpark had earlier tried to stop the woman believing she was intoxicated.
The boom gates in the carpark were locked to prevent her from leaving but she left on foot.
She was picked up by someone else but later stopped by police who performed a roadside breath test.
A check on her driver’s license found she’s been disqualified from driving until 2035.
She was charged with drive vehicle under influence of alcohol, drive motor vehicle during disqualification period, not give particulars to other driver, and negligent driving (no death or grievous bodily harm).
The 37-year-old was refused bail and is next due to appear at Central Local Court on Wednesday.