Man hospitalised after Cranbourne crash

Crews work around the crashed car. Picture: GARY SISSONS 250478_01

By Danielle Kutchel

A man in his 20s was taken to hospital after a car crashed through a fence in Cranbourne.

Ambulance Victoria was called to reports of a traffic accident in Cranbourne at approximately 8.30pm on Sunday 12 September.

The man was treated at the scene for upper body injuries and taken to the Alfred Hospital in a stable condition.

A woman was also assessed on scene, but was not taken to hospital.

A FRV spokesperson said its crews had arrived to find that the vehicle had collided with a fence.

Crews worked quickly to free one of the occupants while the other was able to free themselves.

“The scene was brought under control at 8:37pm. Both occupants were placed into the care of Ambulance Victoria paramedics,” the spokesperson said.

Three CFA vehicles attended to support FRV and Victoria Police also provided assistance.