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Three-vehicle collision

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June 14, 2018

A car was T-boned in a three-vehicle collision in Echuca South.

SEVEN people were lucky to escape injury after a three-vehicle collision this morning.
Emergency services were called to Echuca South about 8.45am after a Commodore failed to give way on Crossen St and T-boned a Volkswagon Golf travelling east on Ogilvie Ave, pushing it into a stationary vehicle that was turning left into Ogilvie.
A mother and her two high school-aged children in the Commodore, a couple with their two-year-old grandson in the Golf and a woman in her 70s in the other car were not injured.
‘‘The older woman suffered a bit of shock,’’ Echuca’s Senior Constable Simon O’Toole said.
‘‘All cars were extensively damaged and undriveable. They had to be towed.’’
Police, CFA and ambulance attended, with traffic delayed for almost an hour.
It is the third accident on that corner in a week.

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