World BMW driver is charged with drink driving as child's in the backseat
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A BMW driver has been charged after she was allegedly caught three times over the drinking limit with a toddler who had a nose bleed in the back seat.
Officers from Campsie Proactive Crime Team saw a silver BMW stopped on Evaline Street at 11:30pm on Monday night.
Police noticed there was damage to the front of the luxury car.
They found a 45-year-old woman in the driver's seat with a four-year-old child in the back.
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The child’s nose was bleeding.
The woman was arrested and taken to Campsie Police Station when she failed to provide a roadside test.
Police were able to conduct a breath test at the station and found the woman had a reading of 0.174- three times more than the legal limit of 0.05.
She was charged with high-range drink driving and had her licence suspended.
The woman is to appear in Bankstown Local Court on April 6.
NSW Ambulance paramedics and police took the child to Canterbury Hospital to be treated.
The four-year-old is currently in the care of his adult sister.
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