Two girls were taken to hospital for observation after a two-car collision on the Princes Highway at Allansford yesterday.
Senior Constable Greg Kew, of Warrnambool police, said the accident happened about 12.45pm yesterday at the intersection of Grauers Road and Princes Highway.
Senior Constable Kew said a Commodore sedan driven by an 18-year-old Mepunga man collided with a Holden utility driven by an Adelaide couple.
Two passengers in the Commodore sedan who were relatives of the driver, a 15-year-old girl and eight-year-old girl, were taken to hospital for observation.
The accident closed the Princes Highway for about 90 minutes.
Meanwhile, a driver four times over the blood-alcohol limit was arrested by police near Condah on Friday.
Heywood policeman Sergeant Jason Von Tunk said an officer spotted the man driving erratically before stopping him for a breath test at 2pm on the Henty Highway.
“The vehicle was intercepted and a subsequent breath test revealed a reading of 0.207,” Sergeant Von Tunk said.
The man was released on bail, with a summons to appear in court.