A man disqualified from driving for the next 40 years has been arrested for allegedly causing a crash in Sydney’s west.
The man, 52, was behind the wheel of a Ford which was involved in a crash with a Mercedes at the intersection of the Great Western Highway and Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood on Thursday about 3.55pm.
Paramedics checked on him and the 37-year-old woman behind the wheel of the Mercedes and both were found to be uninjured.
Police checked and realised the man had been disqualified from driving until 2062.
He was arrested and charged with driving a motor vehicle during disqualification period – second offence, not stopping at stop line at red light (not toll booth) and driving recklessly/furiously or speeding in a dangerous manner – second offence.
The 52-year-old will face Blacktown Local Court on Friday.
Alleged drink driver caught with two babies in car
Police said in a statement the P-plater had two infant passengers under the age of two in the car, and returned an alleged blood alcohol reading of 0.111.
Victoria Police said the P-plater's car will be impounded for 30 days at a cost of $878.50 and she is expected to be charged on summons with an array of offences.
Police said the 23-year-old woman from Braybrook, in Melbourne's west, was expected to be charged with speeding, drink driving and traffic offences.
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