Man airlifted to hospital

A Holden Commodore allegedly lost control before colliding into two other vehicles.

By Brendan Rees

A 30-year-old man has been flown to hospital following a multi-car crash in Clyde early on Monday morning 3 August.

Emergency services were called to Ballarto Road about 6.20am to reports of a three-vehicle crash which left a man trapped in a car.

Victoria Police say it’s believed a Holden Commodore lost control before colliding into two other vehicles.


As a result of the crash, a 30-year-old Cranbourne West man was airlifted to the Alfred Hospital in a stable condition with lower body injuries.

In addition, Ambulance Victoria said a 23-year-old Pakenham man was trapped in his Holden Commodore for some time before being rescued and taken to The Alfred hospital in a stable condition with upper body injuries.

A third person, a 61-year-old Frankston man was also injured but declined to be transported to hospital.


A CFA spokesperson said four vehicles from Clyde and Langwarrin CFA fire brigades stayed on scene until just before 8am.

One Fire Rescue Victoria appliance from Cranbourne fire station was also in attendance.

Ballarto Road was blocked for about two-and-half hours with traffic diverted along Tuckers Road.

Police are investigating and urge anyone who witnessed the incident or had dash cam footage or any other information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

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