A four-wheel-drive crashed into a shop in Eaglehawk Road after being run off the road by another car.
The vehicle was lodged in the front of the vacant shop for more than two hours Saturday morning.
Traffic was blocked in one lane as emergency services worked to clear the area.
The crash came about 9.20am.
The four-wheel-drive was hit by a car that tried to merge into the left lane of traffic.
The car had four people inside, including two children.
A female passenger from the car was treated for minor injuries to her foot.
SES crews were called to a reported rescue but occupants from both cars were able to escape without assistance.
Driver of the four-wheel-drive Paul Kavanagh said he was glad the crash wasn’t worse.
He said he was concerned about the passengers in the other car.
“I jumped out and saw there was a ‘baby on board’ sticker so I was pretty worried a baby was in there.”
“But it wasn’t too bad in the end. For a pretty unfortunate situation, it couldn’t have gone any better.”
Leading Senior Constable Kevyn Hume-Cook said the four-wheel-drive was pushed into the shop when the driver of the other car failed to look before merging.
“The driver hasn’t seen the four-wheel-drive in his blind spot,” he said.
“It reinforces the importance of doing a proper head check before moving across.”
Powercor were called to shut off the electricity from a power box that was damaged in the crash.
The property is a former shop that is now used for storage.
CFA and SES crews assisted in the clean up.