- Driver tore through a busy intersection in Sydney’s west and collided with cars
- Police arrived and he blew a reading of 0.189 – nearly four times over the limit
- Two women were injured, one suffered a fractured hip but not life threatening
- Man arrested at Penrith Police Station and his license immediately withdrawn
A 24-year-old man has been charged with high range drink driving following a drunken rampage through Sydney’s west.
The driver tore through a busy intersection of the Great Western Highway and Mamre Rd in St Marys crashing into a number of cars, around 9pm Sunday night.
When police arrived at the scene he was breathalysed and blew a reading of 0.189 – nearly four times over the 0.05 limit.
A 24-year-old man has been charged with drink driving after cars collided (pictured) in Sydney
The driver tore through a busy intersection and crashed (pictured) around 9pm Sunday night
Two women were caught up in the collision and both were taken to hospital last night.
One suffered a fractured hip – but neither have life-threatening injuries.
The driver was arrested and taken to Penrith Police Station where his license was immediately taken off him
He was granted conditional bail and will appear at Penrith Local Court on Tuesday December 12.
Two women were caught up in the collision and taken to hospital from the scene (pictured)
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