A Sydney mother has been charged after allegedly running over her daughter and dragging her 100 metres under her car.
Emergency services were called to Ash Avenue in Caringbah South around 12:40am to find a 27-year-old woman trapped under a Toyota hatchback.
The mother, 58, underwent a roadside breath test which returned a positive result when she was arrested. Police say her breath test taken at Sutherland Police Station returned a reading of 0.166 - almost three-and-a-half times the legal limit.
It is understood she got behind the wheel of the car during her son's 21st birthday at the property.
Emergency services worked for more than an hour to free the 27-year old daughter before she was taken to St George Hospital in a serious condition with "significant" injuries to her arm and leg.
She underwent surgery on Sunday and remains in hospital in a stable condition.
It's thought her daughter tried to stop her from drink driving before the car allegedly hit her and dragged her for 100 metres.
Police have since charged the mother with aggravated dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm and high-range drink driving.
Her license has also been suspended and she is due to appear in court on May 5.