Two people were taken to hospital following a three-car collision at Shepparton East yesterday.DARREN LINTON January 6, 2014 4:08am
Three cars collided at the intersection of Benalla Rd and the Shepparton-Euroa Rd at Shepparton East on Saturday.
The collision occurred just before 1.30
An Ambulance Victoria spokesman said a woman in her 40s, who was a front seat passenger in one of the vehicles, was transferred to Goulburn Valley Base Hospital with a laceration to the head, bruising, abrasions, and neck and leg soreness.
The spokesman said the woman was able to remove herself from the vehicle and was initially given treatment from a bystander.
Ambulance officers treated another person at the scene, a woman in her 60s, who was taken to Goulburn Valley Base Hospital with chest soreness.
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