A toddler has been found in a street racing car after police catch teenage P-platers.
ABC reports two teen P-plate drivers have been charged over street racing in Sydney’s west after a one-year-old baby was found in one of the cars.
Both drivers aged 19, clocked up speeds of 150 kilometres per hour (kph) in a 80kph zone on the Great Western Highway at Eastern Creek about 5:15pm on Wednesday, police said.
Traffic and Highway Patrol Command stopped the two cars while they were racing, a police statement said.
Police said the passengers in one of the cars, driven by the woman, included two adults and a baby boy.
The Department of Family and Community Services were informed of the incident.
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