A multi-vehicle pile up on the Hume Freeway has caused traffic to be diverted through a nearby town after hundreds of meat pies and other debris were left scattered over the road.
Police said a number of semi-trailers and a car were involved in the crash, which happened around 9pm in Baddaginnie, near Benalla, 180 kilometres north-east of Melbourne.
One of the trucks involved in the pile-up broke open, causing meat pies and other frozen foods to be strewn over the road.
The driver of the car was taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Northbound traffic on the Hume Freeway is being diverted through the town of Baddaginnie, and the road is not expected to be cleared of debris until later today.