Driver, aged 88, fails to give way

UPDATE 11.24AM:

A DRIVER failing to give way was the cause of a two-car collision in Long Gully on Sunday morning. 

Bendigo Highway Patrol leading senior constable Niall King said an 88-year-old driver was exiting Arms Street into Creeth Street when he collided with a vehicle about 9.20am. 

He said the 32-year-old driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries. 

There were two children, aged 1 and 6, in the backseat of the car, neither sustained any injuries. 

Leading senior constable King said the 88-year-old man would be issued a ticket for failing to give way and have his licence reviewed by VicRoads. 

CFA crews were called to the scene. 

EARLIER: 

THREE people are in shock after a two-car collision in Long Gully on Sunday. 

Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said two children aged about 3 and 6, and a man in his 80s were suffering from shock. 

He said an ambulance was transporting one of the patients to hospital. 

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