Adelaide motorist to face dangerous driving charge after CBD crash

An Adelaide driver will face charges over a crash at a busy CBD intersection which injured four pedestrians.

The car left the road, hitting four women and a light pole, just after 4.00pm on 2 December 2017.

The incident occurred at the corner of Rundle and Pulteney streets, at the northern end of the CBD.

The driver of the BMW sedan, a 40-year-old man from Hampstead Gardens, was taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment before being arrested by police at the hospital.

The usually busy intersection remained closed for several hours while police investigated the scene and removed the wreckage.

Officers spoke to a number of people at the scene, but are still appealing for witnesses to come forward.

The crash is not being treated as a deliberate act.