Man charged with drink-driving after ute crash
A driver who allegedly crashed a ute into a fence has been charged with drink-driving.
Police will allege he returned a reading more than three times the legal limit.
Moranbah police were called to the McCool St property at 5.40am last Saturday to reports of a car crashing into a fence.
Police will allege that on arrival at the scene, the driver had left on foot but was located a short time later.
The 25-year-old Moranbah man who was charged allegedly returned a positive roadside breath test and later recorded an alleged blood-alcohol content reading of 0.157.
He was issued a notice to appear at Moranbah Magistrates Court on February 11.
His driver’s licence was immediately suspended.
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