POLICE claim a black Saab, driven by a Port Kennedy woman, sped through a crash site in Oldbury yesterday morning and officers had to move off the road to avoid being hit.
Emergency services responded to a serious traffic crash involving an ambulance and Nissan utility on Mundijong Road on Monday, October 10 about 4.45am.
Roadblocks were in place where the crash occurred while Major Crash investigators assessed the scene.
It will be alleged a female driving a black Saab travelled through the crash site at speed about 8.20am.
Police officers had to get out of the way of the vehicle and she disturbed crash debris.
The woman was told to stop by police but they claim she continued to travel in an easterly direction on Mundijong Road.
Later that day, about 4.15pm, the vehicle was stopped on Cantonment Street in Fremantle.
It will be alleged during a search of the vehicle prohibited drugs were found.
The vehicle was impounded for 28 days.
A 42-year-old woman from Port Kennedy has been charged with reckless driving, unauthorised entry into a police forensic area (PFA), the unauthorised disturbance of items in a PFA, failure to obey order by a police officer and possession of prohibited drugs.
She will appear at Fremantle Magistrates Court on November 7.