Police have issued a warning after a car driven by a woman in her mid-20s rolled and landed on its roof in foggy conditions at about 7am this morning.
Mortlake sergeant Matthew Laxton said the woman was on her way to work when she lost control of the vehicle and ended up going down a two-metre embankment, through a fence and landing on the car’s roof in a paddock.
He said the woman got herself out of the car.
Sergeant Laxton said the woman would be issued a penalty notice for careless driving.
He said the incident was a reminder about the importance of fatigue management, particularly in foggy conditions.