RESCUE: SES and CFA members winch the woman to safety from the Beechworth Gorge last August after her Holden Commodore travelled into the ravine.
A WOMAN who drove her car off the Beechworth Gorge last yearhas allegedly been caught drink-driving, returning a reading nearly five times the legal limit.
Police had been amazed that no-one had died when the 50-year-old’sHolden Commodore plunged 100 metres into the gorge on August 18.
Her passenger climbed safely to the top of the gorge and thewoman had to be winchedout on a stretcher.
The former Myrtleford woman was charged with reckless conduct endangering life over last year’s incident, and will return to court next month.
But the woman is in further strife after allegedly being caught drink-driving with a reading of 0.233in central Beechworth on Sunday night.
She will receive a summons over the latest incident.
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