By Brett Lackey For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 14:32 BST, 16 October 2020 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 16 October 2020
Two young women have been rushed to hospital, one in a critical condition and the other seriously injured, after a ute slammed into a pub during a night out.
The 33-year-old driver of the ute allegedly deliberately reversed his Toyota Hilux into the pub about 11pm on Thursday night following an earlier altercation inside the venue.
The victims, 18-year-old Alexis Tate and 23-year-old Georgia Moloney, were pinned to the wall of the Crown Hotel in Collie, south of Perth in Western Australia.
Ms Moloney (pictured) was airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital where she underwent surgery on Friday morning and remains in intensive care
Ms Tate (pictured) was rushed to Bunbury Hospital with serious injuries which were treated and she was discharged on Friday
A police officer photographs the scene (pictured) where a ute driver allegedly slammed into a group of pub patrons following an earlier altercation
Police claim that after the initial dispute spilled out into the street from inside the hotel the driver allegedly got behind the wheel of his