A woman has been charged with dangerous driving and leaving the scene of a crash after a hit-run crash with a motorcycle in Sydney yesterday that left a rider and pillion with leg injuries.
Police will allege a 22-year-old Sans Souci woman was driving a Peugeot hatchback east along Forest Road, Peakhurst, about 1.20am (Monday 8 April 2019).
Her vehicle collided with a motorcycle, being ridden by a 38-year-old man and carrying a 26-year-old female pillion passenger, in the westbound lanes of Forest Road.
The rider and pillion were thrown from the bike. They suffered multiple fractures and were taken to St George Hospital where they remain in stable conditions.
Police will allege the driver left the scene without rendering assistance.
Officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit attended a home on MacDonald Street, Sans Souci, yesterday and arrested the 22-year-old woman.
She was taken to Kogarah Police Station where she was interviewed and charged with two counts of dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, negligent driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, failing to stop and render assistance after impact and not keeping left of a dividing line.
She appeared in Sutherland Local Court on Tuesday (9 April 2019). The matter was adjourned to 23 April 2019 for mention and conditional bail granted.