Two cars collide at intersection of High St and Main St in Cobram.February 1, 2013 4:25pm
A Holden Cruise and a van collided in Cobram at the intersection of High and Main Sts in Cobram this afternoon.
Cobram police Senior Constable Trent Taylor said it was lucky no-one was injured in the crash at 3.30pm.
‘‘There were two vehicles involved one travelling north and the other travelling south (on High Street),’’ he said.
Police said one vehicle failed to giveway to the other.
A woman and a 23-year-old man in the cars were not injured.
‘‘This may result in an infringement notice being issued for failing to give way," Sen Const Taylor.
‘‘This time of year there is a lot of traffic and it is imperative that drivers remain vigilant.’’
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