The Alfred Hospital said the woman's condition had improved.
She was listed as being in a stable condition.
The Alfred Hospital said the woman was in a critical but stable condition.
A 19-year-old woman who was thrown from a moving car driven by a learner in Eaglehawk overnight suffered a serious head injury.
Police said the woman was not wearing a seat belt when she was ejected through the white Ford sedan's front passenger-side window on Napier Street about 1.15am.
The car was going past a roundabout at the intersection with Denham Street.
The woman was taken to the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, police said.
The driver, an 18-year-old man, stopped at the scene.
He was questioned about the incident and gave a breath test.
Police said they were continuing to investigate and were yet to lay charges.
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