Man allegedly run over by his pregnant sister in alcohol-fuelled domestic

A MAN has been seriously injured after being run over, allegedly by his pregnant teenage sister during an alleged alcohol-fuelled domestic disturbance at a house in southern NSW.

Police and paramedics were called to Tonkin Street in Temora, 86km west of Wagga Wagga, around 9.30pm on Tuesday where they found the 27-year-old man with serious injuries.

It’s alleged he’d been mowed down by a Toyota Camry, allegedly being driven by his 19-year-old pregnant sister.


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Police have been told the pair had been arguing when the woman got into her car and drove away before returning a short time later and allegedly running over her brother.

He was treated at the scene for multiple injuries, including a fractured shoulder and several broken ribs, before being taken to Wagga Rural Referral Hospital in a serious condition.

The 19-year-old woman was also assessed by paramedics at the scene.

Speaking to reporters at Wagga Wagga Police Station on Wednesday, Inspector Peter McLay said the man has since discharged himself from hospital and is now back in Temora.

The area’s leading newspaper quoted a NSW Ambulance spokesman as saying “alcohol was a factor” in the incident.

Police are now urging witnesses or anyone with any information to come forward as they investigate the matter.

No arrests have been made.

If you have information for Police, please contact NSW Police on 131 444 or provide information using their online form 24 hours per day. 

You can report also information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via nsw.crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.

If you are in immediate danger call 000 now.  If you require advice or assistance, the following services offer counselling and support.
Lifeline 24/7 telephone crisis support 13 11 14
DV Connect Queensland Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 phone 1800 811 811
1800RESPECT 24/7 phone 1800 737 732
Domestic Violence Prevention Centre Gold Coast