Harrison driver five times over border found in Ngunnawal with wrecked car, says ACT Policing | Canberra Times

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A Harrison man with an alcohol reading that was reportedly over five times the legal limit drove into a light pole before being found by police in his heavily damaged car in the middle of the road two miles away, ACT Policing said. ACT police said officers saw the black Nissan Micra sedan – which had a damaged roof, missing front bumper, smashed windshield and triggered airbags – around 3:10 a.m. Tuesday. Nissan’s front bumper and license plate were found at the scene of the accident, and ACT police indicated that the 40-year-old continued to drive in his smashed car after hitting the pole. Police were on mobile patrol on Burrumarra Avenue in Ngunnawal when they encountered the vehicle. OTHER NEWS: “The officers spoke to the driver, who stated that he had [crashed] while driving to a residence in Casey, “said ACT police.” A search of the surrounding area found a collision site at the roundabout at Gungahlin Drive and Horse Park Drive – about two miles from where police found the man in his vehicle. “man was arrested and was taken to Gungahlin police station, said ACT police, who later allegedly blew up a blood alcohol level of 0.272. meet with the court at a later date.Our journalists work hard to deliver local, up-to-date news to the community.How to continue accessing our trusted content:


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