A 33-year-old woman has been charged with drink driving after she was allegedly caught behind the wheel with three kids in her car while five times over the legal alcohol limit on a highway southwest of Sydney.
Police received multiple calls about 11:30am on Thursday in regards to an Audi Q5 allegedly driving dangerously along the Princes Highway at Falls Creek near Nowra.
The car was driven across a roundabout resulting in blow-outs on all four of the vehicle’s tyres, police say.
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Three children were found inside the vehicle, including a three-month-old baby.
Thankfully none of the children had been harmed.
Police alleged that the Gymea Bay woman returned a positive breath test, and was subsequently arrested and taken to Nowra Police Station.
At the station she undertook another breath test which returned an alleged reading of 0.249, almost five times the legal limit.
She was charged with a drink driving offence and was suspended from driving.
She is due to appear in Nowra Local Court on November 1.
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