A woman in her 40s was also taken to hospital following a crash on Thursday.
Paramedics were called to a crash at Kerang just before 9.30am.
The woman was airlifted to The Alfred in a serious condition with upper body injuries.
Meanwhile, a man aged in his 50s who was injured in a crash at nearby Appin South on Thursday afternoon was in a serious but stable condition with upper body injuries.
An 86-year-old man sustained minor injuries in a crash at Axe Creek on Thursday afternoon.
The man was travelling along Myrtle Creek Road when he collided with a boat trailer being towed by a ute on Axe Creek Road.
Leading Senior Constable Peter Dyer, from Bendigo Highway Patrol, said the collision occurred because of a failure to give way, but it appeared a medical condition was a factor.
He said a review of the man's licence would be undertaken to ensure it was safe for him to drive.
The 51-year-old driver of the ute was uninjured.
Two men have been taken to Bendigo Health following two separate crashes in central Victoria on Thursday afternoon.
A man suffered suspected upper body injuries after a crash at Appin South, near Kerang, about noon.
He was taken to hospital in what appeared to be a serious condition.
Meanwhile, another man was involved in a crash with a trailer carrying a boat at Axe Creek, about 12.40pm.
His injuries have not yet been released.
Emergency services are at the scene of two crashes in central Victoria.
One occurred early Thursday afternoon at Appin South, near Kerang, while the other was at the intersection of Axe Creek Road and Myrtle Creek Road, in Axe Creek.
It is understood a person involved in the first crash is yet to be removed from the vehicle, but the person involved in the latter incident is out of their vehicle, and is conscious and breathing.
More to come.
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