Woman charged after allegedly driving Hyundai Getz close to council workers on Redcliffe oval

The West Australian
VideoA 45-year-old has been charged after allegedly attempting to ram council workers and doing burnouts on an oval in Redcliffe yesterday.

A woman has been charged after allegedly attempting to ram council workers on an oval in Perth yesterday.

WA Police today released footage of a 45-year-old woman allegedly erratically driving a white Hyundai Getz and doing burnouts on the Grand Parade oval in Redcliffe.

At the time, council workers were on the oval conducting work and were allegedly forced to shelter on top of their work vehicles due to the erratic nature of the woman’s driving.

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It is alleged she drove straight towards one particular work vehicle, coming within close proximity of a worker, who was forced to take evasive action to avoid being struck.

Cannington detectives have charged the woman with one count of endanger life, health or safety of a person, and one count of unlawfully possessing a controlled or prescription drug.

Cannington Detectives have charged a 45-year-old woman after an incident at Redcliffe Oval yesterday.
Camera IconCannington Detectives have charged a 45-year-old woman after an incident at Redcliffe Oval yesterday. Credit: WA Police/WA Police

She is due to appear in Perth Magistrate’s Court on Friday December 18.

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