Man charged with drink-driving after Spring Farm crash

Picture: Mitch Buchanan, Facebook
Picture: Mitch Buchanan, Facebook

A man has been charged after allegedly crashing his car into two parked vehicles and a power pole while drink-driving in Spring Farm on the weekend.

Emergency services were called to Hampshire Boulevard, Spring Farm at 9.40pm on Saturday, July 11 after reports of a crash.

Police have been told a 20-year-old man was driving a Kia Stinger with three passengers inside when he allegedly crashed into the parked cars and power pole.

The parked vehicles - a Holden Barina and Holden Rodeo utility - and the power pole were significantly damaged

Two passengers left the scene.

The third, a 20-year-old man, suffered lacerations to his face and hands and was later taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment.

Camden Police Area Command officers spoke with the driver, who was uninjured, before he was subjected to a roadside breath test which allegedly returned a positive result.

He was arrested and taken to Narellan Police Station, where he returned an alleged breath analysis reading of 0.081.

His licence was suspended, and he was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice for mid-range drink driving.

He is due to appear at Campbelltown Local Court on Tuesday, August 11.

Police inquiries will continue.

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