Traffic was slowed in both directions on the Northern Hwy, Echuca, after an accident about 8.30am.April 22, 2014 8:41am
An Echuca man in his 20s will receive an infringement notice after an accident about 8.30am on the Northern Hwy, Echuca.
The two cars involved in the accident were travelling north toward Echuca, when the driver of a Holden Torana failed to see the driver in front slow down.
The Torana hit the back end of a Toyota Rav 4.
Leading Senior Constable Darren George of Echuca police said the man would be issued with an infringement notice for driving in a careless manner.
No-one was injured in the accident, but the Torana was towed from the scene.
Traffic was slowed to a crawl in both directions.
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