A second person has been transferred down to Melbourne following yesterday's crash in Junortoun.
A man in his 20s was sent from the Bendigo Hospital yesterday afternoon and is in a stable condition.
He was one of two occupants of a grey hatchback injured in the crash.
The other was airlifted to the Royal Melbourne in the morning, where he remains in a stable condition.
A woman and sole occupant of a red SUV remains at the Bendigo Hospital in a stable condition.
A man in his 20s has abdominal injuries and is being airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition.
One man will be air lifted to Melbourne after this morning's collision, police say.
They could not confirm the man's age.
A second man in his 20s has been taken to Bendigo Hospital with lower body injuries, Ambulance Victoria has confirmed.
A woman in her 50s has also been taken to Bendigo Hospital. She too has lower body injuries.
Police are still investigating what caused the crash but expect the road to reopen shortly, Leading Senior Constable Brendan Keegan said.
Three people are being assessed by paramedics after a two-car crash in Junortoun on Wednesday morning.
Ambulance Victoria could not confirm the condition of the patients.
A Country Fire Authority spokesperson said a woman had been trapped by the legs in one of the cars.
She was removed from the vehicle about 8.43am.
SES and police are also on the scene of the crash.
The intersection of Strickland Road and Pratts Park Road in Junortoun are closed in both directions after a car crash on Wednesday morning.
The Country Fire Authority, paramedics and police were called to the crash about 8.23am.
A red SUV and a grey hatchback have damage to their fronts.
The red SUV is off the road and stopped in a ditch.
The Country Fire Authority is responding to a car crash in Junortoun.
The CFA were called to the crash on the corner of Strickland Road and Pratts Park Road about 8.23am.
A CFA spokesperson said there may be a person trapped.
More to come.
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