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Woman Charged After Wyongah Crash

Two Months Ago

Woman Charged After Wyongah Crash

A woman has been charged after the car she was driving crashed near the Central Coast earlier this month, leaving herself and her passenger seriously injured.

About 6.30pm on Monday 1 October 2018, emergency services were called to the intersection of Cooranga and Cardonia roads, Wyongah, following reports of crash.

It appears the Holden Commodore station wagon left with roadway and hit a tree seriously injuring the 23-year-old female driver and her 35-year-old female passenger.

Yesterday the 23-year-old driver attended Wyong Police Station and was charged by officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit with:

  • aggravated dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm
  • dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm – drive under the influence
  • dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm – drive manner dangerous
  • common assault (DV) x 2
  • negligent driving
  • driving under the influence of alcohol.

The woman was granted conditional bail and is due to appear in Wyong Local Court on Wednesday 28 November 2018.

OCTOBER 1: Two women have been taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash on the Central Coast yesterday.

About 6.30pm, emergency services were called to the intersection of Cooranga and Cardonia roads, Wyongah, following reports of crash.

Police have been told the Holden Commodore station wagon was travelling south on Cooranga Road when it left with roadway and hit a tree.

The 23-year-old female driver, and her 35-year-old female passenger, were trapped for a short time.

The driver was taken to Royal North Shore Hospital suffering head injuries, while the passenger was airlifted to Westmead Hospital suffering critical head injuries.

Officers from Tuggerah Lakes Police District attended and were assisted by officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit.

 

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