Three motorists have been fined after crashing on Great Southern roads while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. All three drivers appeared in Albany Magistrates Court on Tuesday last week. Aaron Lewis Drage, 46, was fined $300 after an early morning crash on May 16 when his vehicle crossed on to the wrong side of Muir Highway, left the road and struck trees. Police prosecutor Sergeant Alan Dean said Drage was trapped in the vehicle and had to be cut free by emergency services. He was flown to Perth for medical treatment. Sgt Dean said a drug test came back positive for methamphetamine and cannabis. Glen Stephen John Edwards, 43, was under the influence of methamphetamine when his truck rolled near the intersection of South Coast Highway and Thomas Road in Kronkup. Sgt Dean said Edwards lost control of the vehicle about 10:25am on June 17 when he “reached over to grab a sandwich”. Edwards was fined $500 and lost his license for six months. Ms Scaddan said it was another example of a “fortunate outcome”. A 25-year-old woman was convicted of a second high-range drink-driving offence when she crashed her vehicle on Millbrook Road. Sgt Dean said Greta Gwendoline Evans’ vehicle crashed into bushes on the side of the road about 12:40am on August 14. Evans called emergency services and was taken to Albany Health Campus for treatment. She recorded a blood alcohol level of 0.135. “This is another vehicle accident where it’s fortunate no one was seriously injured,” Ms Scaddan said. Evans was fined $2400 and disqualified from driving for 18 months.