An Echuca man, 55, was injured in a two-vehicle accident in High St, Echuca, yesterday afternoon.By Geordie Cowan
A 55-year-old Echuca man was taken to Echuca hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries after a collision yesterday afternoon.
The man, riding a motorbike, collided with a Mitsubishi Grandis on the corner of Service and High streets, Echuca, about 4.55pm.
The motorbike was travelling south in the right-hand lane on High St.
Traffic was blocked up from the traffic lights and cars had been letting other vehicles turn right from High St on to Service St.
The car driver did not see the motorbike coming and turned, resulting in the two vehicles colliding.
The 71-year-old woman van driver did not suffer any injuries.
South-bound traffic between Eyre and Service streets was affected for about half an hour.
Echuca police Sergeant David O’Dea said police would get full details from a couple of witnesses as part of their inquiries.
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