Baby found in car after police catch teens street racing

TWO teen P-plate drivers have been charged over street racing in Sydney, with a one-year-old child found in one of the vehicles.

NSW Police say the pair was caught allegedly travelling more than 45kmh over the speed limit, 

Yesterday afternoon officers attached to Traffic and Highway Patrol Command stopped two vehicles travelling along the Great Western Highway allegedly clocking 150kmh in an 80kmh  zone.

Further checks revealed the two drivers, a man and a woman aged 19, were the holders of NSW Provisional licences.

The passengers in the car driven by the woman, included two adults and a one-year-old baby boy.

Both drivers were issued Field Court Attendance Notices for speed dangerous, exceed speed limit by more than 45kmh, and street racing.

They will appear at Blacktown Local Court on  April 5.

The Department of Family and Community Services has been notified of the incident, police said.



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