Woman charged after single vehicle crash in Mascot

A woman will face court later this month after single vehicle crash at Mascot today tomorrow, NSW Police say.

About 12.40 am a Mazda 3 was travelling along Airport Drive when it left the road and hit a fence.

The 21–year-old female driver and the vehicle’s three passengers were assessed by NSW Ambulance Paramedics on site.

A female passenger was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital for precautionary medical checks. She has since been discharged.

The two other female passengers did not require further medical treatment.

Inquiries at the scene revealed the driver was a disqualified learner.

The 21-year-old underwent a roadside breath test which returned a positive result. She was arrested and taken to Mascot Police Station where a subsequent breath analysis returned a reading of 0.042.

She was charged with driving with a special range PCA and driving while disqualified.

The Bexley woman was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice to appear at Waverley Local Court on 25 May 2016.