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THREE vehicles were travelling side by side moments before a crash which killed two people, a witness told police.
Two men, believed to be from the Bendigo area, died when their car hit a tree on the Calder Highway at Glenalbyn on Saturday.
A 35-year-old woman and 67-year-old man, who had been travelling in a separate car, were taken to hospital with serious injuries.
They remain under police guard.
THE HIT LIST
DID YOU KNOW?
The Greek national anthem has 158 verses.
If today is your big day, happy birthday!
You share a birthday with Shah Jahan, Mughal emperor who had Taj Mahal built in India for his queen (1592-1666); Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Pakistani prime minister (1928-1979); Robert Duvall, US actor (1931-); Raisa Gorbachev, wife of ex-Russian leader (1932-1999); Umberto Eco, Italian writer (1932-); King Juan Carlos I of Spain (1938-); Athol Guy, Australian musician (1940-); Peter Luck, Australian TV personality (1944-); Diane Keaton, US actress (1946-); Mike Rann, former South Australian premier (1953-); Marilyn Manson, US rock singer (1969-).
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY
1066 - Death of Edward the Confessor, king of England who was canonised in 1161.
1589 - Death of Catherine de Medici, regent of France after the death of her husband Henri II.
1802 - John Murray names Port Phillip Bay, Victoria.
1871 - Group of Chinese find a nugget at Dunolly, Victoria, called The Precious, which yields 50.418 kg of pure gold
1972 - US President Richard Nixon orders development of the space shuttle.
1975 - A ship called the Lake Illawarra hits the Tasman Bridge across Hobart's Derwent River; seven ship's crew and five motorists die.
1981 - Truck driver Peter Sutcliffe, is arrested over the Yorkshire Ripper murders of 13 women makes his first appearance in court. He is later convicted of the murders.
2011 - Radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, a fierce opponent of the United States and head of Iraq's most feared militia, comes home after nearly four years in self-imposed exile in Iran, welcomed by hundreds of cheering supporters in a return that solidifies the rise of his movement.
2012 - An apparently co-ordinated wave of bombings targeting Shi'ite Muslims kills at least 78 people in Iraq. It is the second large-scale assault by militants since US forces pulled out the previous month.
2013 - Bushfires continue to burn out of control across large areas of Tasmania, destroying homes and resulting in the evacuation of thousands of people.
JOKE OF THE DAY
I was sat watching the TV with my dad when I asked him who Sherlock's assistant was.
"I said, who is Sherlock's assistant?"
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Have a great day,