A 21-year-old man has been arrested by police after a ‘series of bad decisions’ which allegedly resulted in his car being impaled on the center fence of a Sydney street.
On Friday afternoon, the Liverpool City Highway Patrol responded to reports of a car collision on Elizabeth Drive in Bonnyrigg.
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When officers arrived at the scene, they determined that the young man was driving an uninsured Toyota Prado unsupervised while holding a learner’s permit.
Police also allege the youngster returned a positive roadside breathalyzer, returning a reading of 0.136 when he was tested again at the police station.
Learner drivers are required to maintain a zero blood alcohol level.
During questioning, the man allegedly revealed that his car was currently uninsured.
His learner’s license was immediately suspended and police issued the man with a court appearance notice and a traffic violation notice.
The man faces several charges, including:
- a disk count with mid-range PCA
- careless driving
- learner driver not displaying L plates as prescribed
- driving a motor vehicle without a license
- learning not accompanied by a driver
Police say it is ‘lucky’ the driver or others were not injured as a result of the incident.