Emergency services have been forced to go to extreme measures to control the driver of a car following a crash in Sydney’s Eastern Beaches.
Police officers were conducting patrols when they spotted a silver Subaru smashed into a pole on Perouse Road at Randwick around 3.15am on Saturday.
It’s believed the car had crossed to the wrong side of the road and hit the pole.
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Upon arrival of Ambulance paramedics, the 32-year-old man driver was helped from the vehicle, but became violent.
Police then placed him in the rear of their paddy wagon.
Once he was removed from the caged truck, paramedics sedated the man and transported him to St Vincent’s Hospital, for observation and blood tests.
Officers are continuing with their investigation into the crash and have asked for anyone with information to come forward.
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