A TAMWORTH woman is in custody still after allegedly crashing her car and blowing more than seven times the legal limit.
The 47-year-old - who police allege has never held a driver's licence - is due to front court in Tamworth on Monday after crashing her car on Friday afternoon.
Police were called to the Anthony Road home shortly after 4.30pm after reports a car had hit a house.
The woman was allegedly behind the wheel of the Ford Falcon when it lost control.
It's the police case that the woman reversed harshly out of the driveway across Anthony Road before mounting the gutter and crashing into the house.
Police said it was miraculous that no one was injured with several children in the street who were playing on the roadway at the time.
Ambulance paramedics were called to assess the woman but she wasn't injured.
She failed a roadside breath test and was arrested and taken to Tamworth police station. It's there that police allege she recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.369 - more than seven times the legal blood alcohol limit.
She was charged with driving with a high-range PCA and driver never licensed.
The woman was refused bail by police and spent the night in custody before she was subsequently refused bail in an out-of-sessions hearing in Tamworth Local Court.
She spent the weekend in custody and is due to appear in the same court before a magistrate on Monday.