A woman has been charged after she was allegedly caught driving more than six times the legal blood alcohol limit after hitting a parked car in Sydney.
Police were called to Florence Street in St Peters just before 8.00pm last night, following reports a Ford Territory had crashed into a parked vehicle.
Officers spoke to the 42-year-old woman behind the wheel and subjected her to a roadside breath test which returned a positive result.
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She was arrested and taken to Newtown Police Station where she returned an alleged breath analysis reading of 0.324.
The woman was charged with attempt to drive with high range PCA and her licence was suspended.
She was granted conditional bail to face Newtown Local Court on Tuesday 18 August.