Police are awaiting blood test results after a woman was found to be so heavily drunk behind the wheel, she needed immediate hospital treatment.
Officers were alerted to the woman's driving by members of the public on Sunday morning.
Triple-0 calls were made amid concerns about her behaviour in the Thurgoona area.
Police located her green Mazda sedan and spoke to the 53-year-old, and immediately became worried for her safety due to her alcohol intake.
Sergeant Steve Schausinger said an ambulance was called.
"The driver was seriously affected by alcohol," he said.
"Paramedics were required to make an assessment and she was then taken to Albury Base Hospital for treatment.
"Police are awaiting the results of a blood sample analysis."
A second drink driver was also arrested in dramatic fashion later that day.
Police stopped a vehicle in the Coles car park at Lavington about 7.10pm due erratic driving.
A 24-year-old Lavington resident was spoken to and gave a roadside breath test.
The test showed a positive result and when she was told she was under arrest, the woman began swearing and had to be restrained.
She tried to punch and kick the police officer but was eventually handcuffed and taken to Albury Police Station for a second test.
Sergeant Schausinger said the woman returned a reading of 0.174.
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"Her driving privileges in NSW were suspended," he said.
"She was issued with a court attendance notice to appear at Albury Local Court."
The woman is facing charges of assaulting and resisting police, as well as high-range drink driving.
Sergeant Schausinger said multiple motorists had been issued with defect and infringement notices in recent weeks.
He recently raised concerns about gatherings being organised using secret social media pages.
"We're very appreciate of the information we've received from community members," he said.
"Some of this information includes video and photographic information, which gives us further leads to follow up.
"People who do these silly things, there's a good chance they will get a knock on their door."
Police are concerned about burnouts, speeding, and unroadworthy vehicles.