A woman was arrested for high-range drink-driving on Sunday, August 2. At about 9.20pm police were patrolling the Willmot area when they stopped a vehicle as it was driving along Captain Cook Drive. Police spoke with the women briefly before she was subjected to a roadside breath test, which returned a positive result. She was taken to Mt Druitt police station and was subjected to a breath analysis, which returned a reading in the high range. The woman’s driver’s licence was suspended and a court attendance notice was issued for her to appear before Mt Druitt Local Court.
COLYTON A man will face court after being caught driving while disqualified in Colyton on Monday, August 3. At about 4.20pm the 19-yearold man was seen by police driving down Jirrang Close. As he was previously known to police for having his licence disqualified, the man was spoken to at the scene before being issued with a court attendance notice to appear before Mount Druitt Local Court in relation to the incident.
AUSTRAL/COLYTON Police are re-appealing for witnesses to come forward following a serious threevehicle collision on Monday in Austral, in which a Colyton woman was trapped. At about 8.30am, police and emergency services were called to Fifteenth Ave following reports of a motor vehicle collision. On arrival police found a Hyundai sedan and a BMW sedan had collided head-on while a third car, a Toyota sedan, sustained minor damage. The Toyota driver and passenger, a 12-yearold boy, were uninjured but the Hyundai driver, a 46-year-old woman from Colyton, was trapped in her car. She was released by NSW Fire and Rescue, before being taken to Liverpool Hospital in a critical condition. The occupants of the BMW, a 25-year-old woman and five-year-old boy from Kemps Creek, were injured and were flown to Westmead Hospital. The woman was treated for a fractured wrist and the child for facial injuries. Police ask any witnesses to the collision that have not come forward to call Green Valley police station on 9607 1799, or Crime Stoppers.