Drink-driver arrested and charged after car crash near Leyland railway station
A woman was charged with drink-driving after crashing her car near Leyland railway station.
Officers from the British Transport Police helped to detain the woman, who had been involved in a collision close to Leyland station in Golden Hill.
The collision caused the car's airbags to deploy, but police confirmed nobody was seriously injured.
Photos released by police show the front of her vehicle suffered significant damage in the crash.
"Busy weekend in Leyland with our officers dealing with a variety of incidents, and this photograph shows the outcome from a female arrested and charged for driving over the prescribed limit with alcohol at Leyland Train Station," Sgt Atkinson said.
"Great teamworking by Lancashire police, British Transport Police and Lancashire Fire and rescue service to ensure the vehicle and location was made safe.
"Although we want our communities to enjoy the good weather we do want people to be safe and cannot stress enough the importance of not using a vehicle when you are intoxicated or planning your outings by using taxis if you want to drink."
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