Woman injured at Illowa still in serious condition

The collision between the silver Toyota, front, and the red utility spun the red utility to rest against the front of a vehicle waiting at the intersection. Picture: Rob Gunstone

The collision between the silver Toyota, front, and the red utility spun the red utility to rest against the front of a vehicle waiting at the intersection. Picture: Rob Gunstone

An elderly Chinese grandmother injured in a two-car collision at Illowa on Monday is still in a serious in Melbourne’s Alfred hospital.

The woman was part of a Chinese family that was involved in a two-car collision at the intersection of Southern Cross and Tower Hill roads on Monday afternoon.

A spokeswoman for the Alfred hospital said this morning the woman was still in a serious but stable condition.

At least three other people in the Chinese family were injured along with a man in the other vehicle involved in the collision.

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