A NSW mother will face a court on November 1 after she allegedly blew 0.100. Police will allege her son was in the vehicle and she crashed the car.
A NSW mother will face a court on November 1 after she allegedly blew 0.100. Police will allege her son was in the vehicle and she crashed the car. Contributed

'Drunk' mum allegedly smashed car with son in vehicle

A 'DRUNK' mum was allegedly driving with her son when her car hit a power pole and fence in NSW.

The 44-year-old will face a court on November 1 after she allegedly blew 0.100 shortly after her car left a Rydalmere road and hit a power pole before slamming into a brick fence.

Police found the woman's 12-year-old boy at the scene of the crash, which happened about 9pm on Wednesday.

No one was injured.

The woman was charged with mid-range drink-driving and her licence was suspended and confiscated.

- ARM NEWSDESK



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