Paramedics, Ambulance attend multi-vehicle crash on Heathcote-Nagambie Road

UPDATE Saturday 12:00PM: Police have confirmed a 55-year-old female from Heathcote died at the scene of a crash in Graytown on Friday night.

Three occupants in an SUV were travelling toward Nagambie when it appears a ute travelling in the opposite direction has come around a corner and veered onto the wrong side of the road.

A female occupant of the SUV died at the scene, the two other female occupants are being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

The two female occupants remain in a stable condition in hospital, Bendigo Health confirmed.

UPDATE 6.40pm: Police are currently at the scene of a head on collision in Graytown, near Heathcote.

The collision took place on Heathcote-Nagambie Road about 2.30pm.

Three occupants in an SUV were travelling toward Nagambie when it appears a ute travelling in the opposite direction has come around a corner and veered onto the wrong side of the road.

A female occupant of the SUV died at the scene, the two other female occupants are being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

The male driver and only occupant of the ute is being treated for serious but non-life threatening injuries.

The exact cause of the collision is yet to be determined and is being investigated by Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives.

Anyone who witnessed the crash should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

UPDATE 3.43PM

One fatality has been confirmed in a multi-vehicle collision on the Heathcote-Nagambie Road near Graytown this afternoon.

Emergency services were called to the scene at approximately 3:30PM. Four people appear to have been involved.

An investigation is underway into the cause of the crash.

3.20PM

Emergency services were called to the scene of a multi-vehicle collision on the Healthcote-Nagambie Road at approximately 2:30PM.

Four people appear to have been involved in the crash.

Paramedics are currently assessing two women in their 30s at the scene for injuries to the chest and legs. Both women are in a stable condition. 

A man in his 40s or 50s is also being assessed at the scene for injuries to his legs. He is also in a stable condition.

More to come.