A two-car crash has sent both drivers to hospital and caused traffic diversions in Port Fairy.
Port Fairy police Leading Senior Constable Chris Carr said police were called to the scene about midday on Wednesday.
He said a Port Fairy man driving a Nissan SUV was waiting on the corner of the Princes Highway and Bank Street.
“The driver has appeared to have turned right, straight in front of a Ford wagon travelling south on the Princes Highway,” Leading Senior Constable Carr said.
“The two cars have collided, causing extensive damage to the Nissan and moderate to heavy damage to the side of the Ford.
“The two male drivers were the only occupants of the vehicles. They were both conveyed to hospital with minor injuries.”
Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Ambulance, CFA and police attended.
Leading Senior Constable Carr thanked emergency services for their support.
“CFA helped to divert traffic away from the scene until the two vehicles could be towed,” he said.
“Investigations are ongoing.”
Anyone with information should contact Port Fairy police or Crime Stoppers.
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