WOMAN CHARGED AFTER POLICE PURSUIT IN STATE’S FAR NORTH

A woman has been charged following a police pursuit in the state’s far north yesterday.

Around 3pm on Friday, police were patrolling Edward Street in Moree when they attempted to stop a maroon Holden Statesman for a random breath test.

A pursuit was engaged when the driver failed to stop, but was terminated shortly after when the Holden Statesman travelled into a grassed area on Boland Drive.

The Holden Statesman then allegedly collided with a White Toyota Landcruiser utility and a White Subaru Forrester whilst approaching the intersection of Edward and Anne Street.

The 32-year-old female driver of the Holden Statesman was taken to hospital for blood and urine testing.

Among other charges, she was charged with not stopping during a police pursuit, driving dangerously, negligent driving, and not giving particulars to police.

The drivers of the other vehicles were not seriously injured.

The woman is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow.