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June 01, 2016

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A confronting scene of shattered glass and smashed car parts was left strewn across the road after a three-car crash at Lilliput on Wednesday morning. Police had greatest fears for a 23-year-old Rutherglen woman, who was left in a critical condition with a serious head injury and two broken legs. State Emergency Service volunteers worked for about an hour to free her from her two-door Nissan sports car, eventually cutting off the roof of the car, before she could be flown to Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital. Police believe a P-plater in a BMW sedan was heading home from work towards Rutherglen when he drifted onto the wrong side of Rutherglen-Springhurst Road about 6.30am. A woman in a Ford Falcon tried to evade the car, just clipping it before careering 200 metres off the road and through a fence. The car came to rest safely in a paddock and she was not seriously injured. The 23-year-old was not so lucky and collided head-on with the BMW. Her car skidded off the side of the road following the impact. The 19-year-old driver of the BMW was also trapped for more than 90 minutes and was taken to Wangaratta Hospital by ambulance with serious face and leg injuries.

Credit: Prizm

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