Police have been told a 38-year-old Sunbury woman was driving through the 40km/h school zone on Charter Road about 4.30pm when she struck at least four cars.
The woman, who had her teenage daughter in the vehicle at the time, didn’t stop and a number of witnesses contacted police.
She was located by police at a nearby panel beaters on Vineyard Road.
Sunbury police approached the woman and a physical altercation ensued.
She was eventually arrested and taken back to Broadmeadows police station for interview.
The woman underwent an evidentiary breath test and recorded a BAC reading of 0.117%...
A learner driver with two young children in her car is expected to face criminal charges after allegedly returning a blood-alcohol reading of 0.324 in a breath-test in Melbourne's west.
Werribee police, who were responding to reports of a minor crash in a supermarket car park, breath-tested the woman soon after midday on Thursday.
The woman, 39, of Cairnlea, allegedly returned a blood-alcohol reading of 0.324.
Fully licensed drivers must have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05 per cent or lower, however learner drivers must drive with a blood alcohol concentration of zero.
The woman also had a young boy and a young girl in the car with her, one of whom was not restrained with a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Investigators expect the woman to face multiple charges.
"Her licence was immediately suspended and her vehicle was impounded," a police spokeswoman said.
"She is expected to be charged on summons with drink driving, careless driving, [driving with an] unrestrained child and being an unaccompanied learner driver."
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