Consumed two bottles of wine before commencing a journey

A driver has had her licence suspended after being charged with high range drink driving.
At about 9:10pm on the evening of Monday, March 25, Tuggerah Lakes Highway Patrol officers responded to reports of a motor vehicle collision within the twin service stations on the M1 Motorway at Jilliby.
Upon arrival, a heavily intoxicated 58-year-old Port Macquarie woman was located near her crashed vehicle.
The vehicle was balancing precariously on a small ledge with all wheels off the ground.
She informed officers that she had consumed two bottles of wine before commencing a journey from Sydney’s CBD to Port Macquarie.
She was arrested and later returned a high range reading of 0.170 at Wyong Police Station.
Her licence was immediately suspended and she was charged with Drive with High Range PCA along with negligent driving.
She is due to appear at Wyong Local Court on April 29.

Source:
Media release, Mar 26
NSW Police Media

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