The driver of a car that collided with two parked cars, a tree and a building on Tatura’s Hogan St last Friday escaped serious injury.ALEXANDRA BOLKAS June 18, 2014 3:55am
A man escaped serious injury after a car collision in Tatura yesterday morning. Picture: Alexandra Bolkas
Tatura police Leading Senior Constable Brent Ward said a Cooma man, 64, was travelling west on Hogan St when at about 10.15 am his car crashed.
‘‘He’s collided with two parked vehicles before colliding into a tree and the (Tatura) Bulletin building,’’ Ldg Sen Const Ward said.
He said a female pedestrian, 69, from Tatura was injured during the collision.
Ldg Sen Const Ward said it was unclear what caused the crash and police were continuing to investigate.
Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said the man suffered cuts and abrasions and was taken to Shepparton’s Goulburn Valley Base Hospital in a stable condition.
He said the woman was also taken to Goulburn Valley Base Hospital with a hip injury in a stable condition.
Witnesses are urged to phone Tatura Police Station on 5824 3099.
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