A South West business owner accused of almost killing a woman when he used his car to pin her and a colleague up against the brick wall of a pub until it eventually caved in was granted bail today. Police allege Benjamin Lawrence Byrne-Quinn, 33, was drinking with a co-worker at the Crown Hotel in Collie on October 15 and was involved in a minor altercation with another man, before taking part in verbal and physical altercations outside. The man is alleged to have driven off in a Toyota Hilux ute, when he paused outside the venue and reversed into the crowd of patrons causing them to flee. Two victims, Georgia Moloney and Alexis Tate, who were unable to move in time, were struck by the car and pushed through the double brick wall. Ms Moloney is now in a stable condition and recovering in rehab while Ms Tate was taken to hospital and discharged after about a week. Mr Byrne-Queinn appeared via video link from Bunbury Regional Prison at Bunbury Magistrates Court today. Defence lawyer Jeremy Noble told the court Mr Byrne-Quinn’s first application for bail on November 6 was refused by Magistrate Michelle Pontifex. “The initial proposed bail was based out of the area of Collie where the incident occurred, he now has a Perth address which he can reside at,” Mr Noble said. “At the time, the victim’s medical condition was unknown and it was likely the victim was at risk of passing away. “However, the victim is now in a stable condition and recovering in rehab. “We have alleviated the concerns the magistrate at the time had.” Mr Noble told the court Mr Byrne-Quinn, who ran an air-conditioner business ( in Collie since 2014, would work in a fly-in-fly-out position if bail was granted. Magistrate Benjamin Tyers said Mr Byrne-Quinn had no like-offending on his record and for that reason granted him protective bail with conditions which included a $50,000 personal undertaking and $50,000 surety. “You are not to go within a 10m radius of the Collie Police Station, you are to reside in Leeming and report to the Murdoch Police Station on Monday’s and Friday’s,” Mr Tyers said. “There is to be no contact or attempt to contact Georgia Moloney, Alexis Tate or any prosecution witnesses. “You are not to consumer any alcohol or drugs and when instructed by police are required to submit random breath test. Mr Byrne-Quinn will return to the Bunbury Magistrates Court on April 19 for a committal mention.