Woman charged after allegedly running down neighbour over long-running dispute

A woman has been charged over a neighbourhood dispute in Labrador that left another woman in hospital with a broken leg.

The 65-year-old is alleged to have driven her Toyota Corolla into her 66-year-old neighbour in the car park of a unit complex on Liam Court around 10.15am on Tuesday.

The victim was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital in a stable condition.


Police are investigating whether a long-running feud between the two residents is behind the incident.

Officers say the pair is known to each other.

The 65-year-old driver of the car was taken to Southport Police Station for questioning.

She was later charged with drive without due care and attention.

The woman will front Southport Magistrates Court on May 7.

Police have also seized her car for forensic examination.

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