A middle-aged woman has been freed from a vehicle at the scene of a two-car collision in north Shepparton.RHIANNON HORRELL AND ASHLEIGH WILLIAMSON July 25, 2013 8:28pm
Shepparton Search and Rescue members are trying to free a person trapped after a two-car collision on Numurkah Rd.
The collision occurred near the Shepparton Sports Stadium, near the intersection of Numurkah Rd and Brauman St.
Ambulance paramedics, Country Fire Authority members and police are also at the scene.
One car rolled onto its side as a result of the collision.
There are delays for northbound traffic on Numurkah Rd.
A-League club Melbourne Heart is playing a Goulburn North East Football Association All-Stars side in a practice soccer match at McEwen Reserve, on Brauman St.
A middle-aged woman has been freed from a vehicle at the scene of a two-car collision in north Shepparton.
The News believes there was one person in each of the cars involved in the collision near the intersection of Numurkah Rd and Brauman St.
Emergency services and police are clearing the scene and debri from the road.
The cars are being towed from the scene.
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