A woman has been charged after a policeman was pinned to a wall by a car outside Melbourne.
Officers were carrying out a welfare check on the 27-year-old after an incident in Seaford, south east of Melbourne, when she allegedly drove her car at them.
A male officer was pinned to a wall, while a female officer's leg was run over during the incident on Tuesday afternoon.
Both were taken to hospital for treatment.
The woman was charged with reckless conduct endangering life, intentionally causing serious injury and intentionally exposing an emergency worker to risk while driving.
She's also facing assault-related charges and is due to face Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday.