A woman’s been charged following a fatal crash in St Marys last month that killed a beloved grandmother.
Just after 5.20am on Saturday, October 8, emergency services were called to a home on Monfarville Street, St Marys, after reports a car had crashed into it.
An occupant of the home – 62-year-old Robyn Figg – was treated by police and NSW Ambulance paramedics, however died at the scene.
The three other occupants of the home were uninjured.
A woman and baby were stopped by police nearby shortly after the crash occurred.
They were uninjured, and the woman was arrested and taken to Nepean Hospital for mandatory testing.
A crime scene was established by officers from Nepean Police Area Command, which was subsequently examined by specialist police from the Crash Investigation Unit.
Following extensive inquiries, a 29-year-old woman attended Penrith Police Station about 11am last Friday, November 11.
She has since been charged with ‘Aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death- speed more than 45 over limit’, ‘Dangerous driving occasioning death-drive speed dangerous’, ‘Fail to stop and assist after vehicle impact causing death’, and Negligent driving (occasioning death) – 1st offence’.
The Colyton woman was refused bail and appeared at Penrith Local Court that day, where she was granted conditional bail to appear at the same court on Friday, January 27, 2023.