Police are appealing for public information following a two car collision that saw four people, including a young child, taken to hospital.
Warrnambool police Leading Senior Constable Greg Kew said the accident occurred at the intersection of Warrnambool's Jamieson Street and Raglan Parade about 9.30pm on Sunday.
"An older model white Ford sedan was travelling west on Raglan Parade and collided with a 12-month old maroon Mazda 3 travelling south on Jamieson Street," he said.
"The collision occurred just outside Macey's Hotel."
Leading Senior Constable Kew said the Mazda rolled before landing on its roof.
"Fortunately the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was able to free himself," he said.
"He was taken to hospital for observation."
The sedan's three occupants, including an 18-month child, were also taken to hospital for observation.
All four people were released that night.
Leading Senior Constable Kew said the child was secured in a properly fastened restraint and it was fortunate no-one was seriously injured.
He said both vehicles were extensively damaged and towed from the scene.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Leading Senior Constable Greg Kew at the Warrnambool police station on 5560 1333.
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