A man has died after a two car crash at Daisy Hill on Sunday morning.
The crash happened on the Ballarat-Maryborough Road when a north-bound Holden sedan veered onto the wrong side of the road, and crashed into a Ford station wagon at 10.45am.
The driver of the sedan, a man in his 70s, died at the scene.
Read more: Two Kyneton men dead after Lancefield crash
The driver of the south-bound station wagon is being assessed by Ambulance Victoria and is expected to be airlifted to a Melbourne hospital.
A female passenger in the station wagon was uninjured.
A total of 69 people have died on Victorian roads this year, 21 more than at the same time in 2018.
It follows the death of two Kyneton men in a crash at Lancefield on Saturday night.
A man in his 80s has been loaded into the Air Ambulance following a crash in Daisy Hill, near Maryborough.
Paramedics are still assessing a woman in her 80s with cuts, abrasion and bruising.
Three people appear to have been involved in the crash.
Paramedics are assessing three patients at the scene of a two car crash in Daisy Hill.
One person is in a critical condition, while two others are in a serious condition.
An elderly male with chest injuries is trapped in one of the cars.
An Air Ambulance has been called to the scene.
The crash took place at about 10.45am, on the intersection of the Ballarat-Maryborough Road and Elma Court.
More to come.
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