Pensioner charged with drink-driving after hitting woman, 85, with mobility scooter
A PENSIONER was charged with drink-driving after he collided with an 85-year-old woman in his mobility scooter.
The elderly woman suffered a deep cut to her left leg which required hospital treatment after she was hit outside West Kirby railway station.
The driver, 66, was arrested after the crash at 3.15pm on Saturday.
He was taken to Birkenhead police station, where he was breathalysed and charged with driving a mechanically propelled vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He will appear in court at a later date.