06 March 2016

An Adelaide woman has been reported after she crashed her car into a service station.

Police said they were called to a service station on Goodwood Road at Daw Park at 3:30am after receiving reports a vehicle had crashed into a service station shopfront.

When police arrived they found a car wedged on top of a bollard.

The occupants had left the scene.

Police searched the area and found the driver and three passengers in the nearby suburb of Colonel Light Gardens.

The woman allegedly had a blood alcohol reading of 0.076.

The 26-year-old was reported for reckless driving and property damage and was issued with an expiation notice for exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol.

She will be summonsed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court at a later date.

Extracted in full from ABC News.