Police are reminding motorists to take care on the road in wet conditions after a two-car crash at Benalla.By Riahn Smith
Police are investigating the cause of a two-car crash at Benalla yesterday.
Benalla police Senior Constable Steve Sartori said a white van and a small black hatchback crashed at the intersection of Benalla and Smythe Sts about 11
He said the van was travelling west on Benalla Rd and the hatchback travelling north on Smythe St at the time of the incident.
Sen Const Sartori said the driver of the van, a Benalla woman in her 40s, was assessed at the scene by paramedics for minor injuries. A Benalla woman in her 20s was uninjured.
He urged motorists to exercise caution on the roads during wet weather.
‘‘It’s been fairly wet in town and it hasn’t been very sunny,’’ he said.
‘‘Police would like to remind drivers to be extra careful when driving in these conditions.’’
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