PURSUIT: A car has crashed through a fence and into a pool at Hobartville following a police pursuit through Sydney’s western suburbs. Picture: Top Notch.A woman has been charged after she lead police on a chase through Sydney’s western suburbs before crashing into backyard pool in Hobartville, with her seven-year-old daughteron board.
Police were following reports of erratic driving through the streets of the lower Blue Mountains on Monday when they gave chase to Hyundai Sedan.
Police went in pursuit of the car through suburbs including Penrith and St Marys beforeterminating itdue to serious concerns for the welfare of the driver.
Information was given to officers from Blue Mountains Local Area Command and an operation was commenced utilising an unmarked police vehicle in an attempt to stop the Hyundai.
Officers located the vehicle just after 6.20pm heading east the Great Western Highway when they noticeda child in the passenger seat.
The vehicle continued, at the posted speed limit, on the M4, allegedly driving erratically, and turned at Wallgrove Road. Another attempt was made by officers to pull the car over however it failed to stop.
The Hyundai was seen to turn into Tarragen Avenue, Hobartville, and police followed.
Police will allege the driver put the vehicle into reverse and accelerated harshly causing the car to drive through a fence and into a backyard swimming pool.
The engine was still running as police jumped into the pool and rescued the six-year-old girl and her 37-year-old mother.
The woman was seen by NSW Ambulance Paramedics at the scene before being taken to Nepean Hospital where she is currently being medically assessed.
The child is now in the care of her father
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