A postie has been taken to hospital after his bike hit a dog in Rochester this morning.ELAINE COONEY January 16, 2014 9:11am
Update Jan 17 11:44am: The man is now out of hospital and is recovering from the incident.
He escaped with a few scratches, a grazed arm and general soreness.
Update Jan 16 12.03pm: Police have confirmed the postie is a man in his 40s.
Police said the man was taken to Echuca hospital suffering from rib soreness and abrasions.
More in Tuesday's Campaspe News.
Jan 16 9:11am:
A postie who came off his bike after hitting a dog on Rochester-Kyabram Rd near High St in Rochester has been taken to Echuca hospital.
Rochester police Sergeant Dale Simm confirmed a person was taken to Echuca Regional Health following the accident at 7.50am this morning.
More to come.
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