A man’s been charged after crashing his car onto a train line at Dora Creek overnight.
It’s believed the Toyota Landcruiser was travelling along Main Road at around 7:15pm, when it crashed through a fence and landed on it’s roof on the tracks.
The man then allegedly fled the scene on foot but was found by police in a nearby street shortly after.
The 36-year-old Balcolyn man reportedly returned a breath-test reading of 0.153.
He’s been charged with a raft of offences and had his licence suspended on the spot.
The vehicle blocked the Sydney-Newcastle train line for an hour.
He’ll front Toronto Local Court on 12th of March.
Image: Dora Creek Rural Fire Brigade