• Hannah Phillips

Barossa Drink Driver Blows 0.276


A drink driver has lost her licence after being involved in a crash at Angaston Australia Day morning.


Another motorist had managed to stop the driver and remove the keys from the car and call police to North Street, Angaston around 9.30am on Friday 26 January.

When police arrived they noticed the car had sustained accident damage - the front left guard and bumper were damaged and hanging down and the front left wheel was being driven on its rim.

Police were unable to locate any signs of a crash nearby.

The driver, a 50-year-old Angaston woman, recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.276.

She was reported for drink driving and will be summonsed to appear in court at a later date.

She was issued with an instant loss of licence for 12 months. Her car was towed to a crash repairer.