A motorist has copped two infringement notices after triggering a four-car pile-up on the Midland Highway at Epsom on Tuesday afternoon.
A Nissan Patrol ran into a Nissan X-Trail, which was pushed into a Holden Commodore, and it subsequently hit a Hyundai hatchback.
Emergency services were called to the scene on the highway, near Centenary Court, about 3.40pm.
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It is understood two people were taken to hospital, but suffered only minor injuries.
The offending motorist, the driver of the Patrol, was fined for following too close and failing to wear a seatbelt.
The four drivers were tested at the scene for drugs and alcohol, but all were clear.
Two vehicles were towed from the scene.
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