A MAN in his 20s and a woman in her 50s have been 'very lucky' to walk away from a two-car crash at Maiden Gully, police say.
A grey ute flipped on its side in a culvert at the intersection of the Calder Highway and Schumakers Lane after clipping the back of a Holden sedan.
The sedan had been stopped at the intersection, seeking to turn right into Beckhams Road.
Bendigo Sergeant Tony Kekich said the ute's driver, a man aged in his 20s, managed to get out of it ok.
The sedan's driver, a woman in her 50s, also appeared to have been unharmed.
"At this stage we're thinking no injuries," Sergeant Kekich said.
He said paramedics assessed the drivers of both vehicles at the scene.
"What we're going to be doing is compiling a report as to any fault," the sergeant said.
He said there was no suggestion of alcohol or drugs involved.
Sergeant Kekich said the ute itself might have been part of the driver's luck.
"The thing is he's driving a really safe vehicle. If you're driving a decent vehicle and an accident does occur you're more than likely to come out of it without any injuries or very little," he said.
No emergency paramedic care was needed, an Ambulance Victoria spokesperson has confirmed.
A CAR has flipped onto its side in Maiden Gully.
Fire fighters, SES police and paramedics are on scene. The car is in a ditch.
Paramedics were called to reports of a two-car accident and are currently assessing the scene, an Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said.
The incident is taking place at the corner of the Calder Highway and Schumakers Lane, according to the VicEmergency website.
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