Greenacre crash: driver who crashed into hijab store faces courtroom | Australia information

The 51-year-old man who crashed right into a hijab store in Greenacre, in western Sydney, will face courtroom on Saturday after being charged with a string of driving offences.

NSW police stated the Greenacre man was re-arrested on Friday and charged with a variety of offences associated to Thursday’s crash which injured 14 individuals.

He has been charged with driving furiously in a motorized vehicle inflicting bodily hurt, reckless driving, negligent driving, continuing via a pink site visitors mild and failing to inform authorities of a change of residential handle.

He was additionally charged with driving recklessly and never giving his particulars to a different driver in relation to an unrelated site visitors incident at Lakemba on 14 January.

He has been refused bail and is because of seem in Parramatta bail courtroom on Saturday.

At the least two individuals inside Hijab Home store suffered damaged bones. Fourteen individuals, together with a 13-year-old lady, have been handled on the scene.

Movies posted to social media confirmed the person’s dark-coloured SUV pushing a white sedan which was stopped at a pink site visitors mild.

Smoke billowed from the again of the sedan earlier than it was pushed out of the way in which and the SUV continued throughout the intersection and crashed via the shop’s entrance door.

The person was taken to Liverpool hospital and underwent obligatory testing earlier than being taken to Bankstown police station, the place he was interviewed and later launched.