A COLAC driver in his 40s has been taken to hospital after running into two parked cars in Colac's main street.
The driver was heading east in a white older model Holden Astra when he collided with a Kia and Mazda sedans in Murray Street at 9.30am on Monday.
The impact was so great that one of the cars ended up on the footpath.
Damage to all the vehicles was extensive, they had to be towed from the scene and the Kia was described as an insurance write-off.
The driver was taken to Colac hospital with a head injury as the older model Astra did not have an air bag and he hit his head on the steering wheel.
A police spokeswoman said it was extremely fortunate that no one was in the parked vehicles at the time of the collision.
Police investigation into the cause of the accident are continuing although it was suggested the driver may have fallen asleep.
It is standard practice for a blood sample to be taken from driver when they attend at hospital after being involved in an accident.