Two brothers from Colac were fortunate to avoid injury after a crash at Baddaginnie yesterday.December 10, 2012 4:27am
Two brothers from Colac walked away unscathed after rolling their car at Baddaginnie, south-west of Benalla, on Saturday morning.
Euroa police Leading Senior Constable Simon Hutchings said a white Navara utility was travelling north on the Hume Fwy, near the Baddaginnie turn-off, when the vehicle allegedly veered onto the side of the road and struck a road sign.
Leading Sen Const Hutchings said the vehicle rolled and came to rest at the side of the road about 2
He said one of the men, 24, was picked up by a passing truck driver near the Euroa roadhouse, who drove the man to Euroa Police Station. He said the other man, 27, made his way back to Colac by train.
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