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A young Flinders woman has broken down upon being sentenced over her "dangerous" and "extreme" driving while on her P-plates. : Bulli man disqualified from driving after fleeing crash scene. Documents tendered to court said Pousderkos was driving a Hyundai Sonata sedan in a southerly direction on the Princes Highway at Termeil, in the Shoalhaven, on the afternoon of January 17 this year. Police saw Pousderkos on the wrong side of the double unbroken dividing lines overtaking a line of other cars.
Police pursued the car, under lights and sirens, and upon approaching Bawley Point Road they saw a large cloud of dust as Pousderkos turned the corner. Pousderkos continued travelling at speed and police had to overtake three cars before catching up with her. As a way of an explanation for driving so fast she said her friends were near Bawley Point and she wanted to get to them.
Pousderkos confirmed she cut the corner as she turned off the Princes Highway, drove through an unsealed roadway and overtook three vehicles on Bawley Point Road before pulling over. Pousderkos was issued with a future court attendance notice and was disqualified from driving for 14 days. Police noted Pousderkos cried while they spoke to her and was remorseful for actions, acknowledging the danger her driving posed to herself and other road users. In court on Tuesday, police prosecutor Tanya Pavlin said Pousderkos' actions were "extreme" and she had "no reason" to drive the way she did.
Magistrate Gabriel Fleming said Pousderkos' speed was "so dangerous" and she was "lucky" her parents still had their daughter alive.
Magistrate Fleming said she hoped Pousderkos learnt from being through the court process and that her actions had consequences. She also said if Pousderkos has killed someone then she would be in a "green tracksuit" being led to and from a prison cell.
Magistrate Fleming took into Pousderkos' age, that she had no criminal history, she was a person of good character and had made a "bad judgement" on that day. Magistrate Fleming also acknowledged Pousderkos' apology to the court where she said she was remorseful for her driving, understood the impact of unsafe driving and that she was "dangerously selfish" that day. We depend on subscription revenue to support our journalism. If you are able, please subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support. Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe.
Illawarra Mercury's trusted source for property. Home News Latest News. : Bulli man disqualified from driving after fleeing crash scene Documents tendered to court said Pousderkos was driving a Hyundai Sonata sedan in a southerly direction on the Princes Highway at Termeil, in the Shoalhaven, on the afternoon of January 17 this year. The officers saw Pousderkos return to the correct lane but she did not reduce her speed.
She eventually pulled over and was spoken to by police officers. She said she "panicked" and was scared as police caught up to her.
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