Camillo woman to face court over kid on auto roof

Police are considering laying charges

Police are considering laying charges

It's believed that the 36-year-old mother was unaware that the child was on top of the moving auto.

It is not clear if the driver knew the child was on top of the auto.

A Perth woman is facing a charge of risky driving after a child was seen riding on a auto roof.

It is understood she didn't know the child was on the roof.

"The child seemed fine and looked like he was enjoying himself", a witness told Nine News.

Police are now investigating the incident which left witnesses stunned.

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A representative of the Indian Embassy is understood to have visited Co Clare yesterday and travelled to the scene of the tragedy. The body was transported the short distance to the Coast Guard station where a doctor was also requested to attend.

Another said they felt "sick to the stomach" when they saw the child on the vehicle.

After motorists managed to get the child's attention, the driver stopped and placed the boy in the vehicle, next to two other children who were already restrained inside, before driving away from the scene.

Further footage shows police speaking to the mother after she stopped at a petrol station.

The four-year-old child was filmed on the roof of a Holden Captiva on Friday near Camillo.

A 36-year-old woman is now assisting police with their inquiries.

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