Two women have been taken to hospital with minor injuries following a two-car crash at Stonyford on Monday.
Senior Constable Simon Redford, of the Colac Police highway patrol unit, said a female P-plater from Echuca was driving a Kia on the Cobden-Stonyford Road at Stonyford about 12pm.
He said the driver failed to giveway and collided with a Holden Commodore heading west on the Princes Highway.
"The Kia suffered moderate damage and the Holden Commodore was extensively damaged," Senior Constable Redford said.
Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Senior Constable Redford said the P-plater suffered whiplash injuries to her neck and upper shoulders and was transported to hospital by ambulance.
He said the Commodore driver, a Colac woman aged in her 50s, was also transported to hospital with minor injuries.
Senior Constable Redford said road conditions were wet and it was raining heavily at the time of the accident.
"It is likely the (P-plater) driver will be charged but investigations are ongoing," he said.
"It was raining at the time of the accident and the road surface was very wet."
The accident occurred about an hour after a vehicle was extensively damaged in a single-car crash in Colac East.
Drivers are being reminded to drive to the conditions.
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