POLICE are investigating after a bus and a four-wheel-drive collided at an intersection south-west of Kyneton this morning.
First Constable Gary Scutt, of Kyneton police, said the bus crashed into the rear of the four-wheel-drive.
Both of the occupants of the four-wheel-drive - a man and a woman aged in their 60s - were taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital for observation.
First Constable Scutt said traffic was disrupted for about one-and-a-half hours.
The driver was the only person aboard the bus and appeared to be uninjured.
First Constable Scutt did not believe either of the occupants of the four-wheel-drive were seriously injured.
A WOMAN has been taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital after a crash south-west of Kyneton this morning.
Paramedics were called to the intersection of Daylesford-Malmsbury and Springhill roads in Denver abut 9.40am.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said two people were assessed at the scene.
A road ambulance took a woman aged in her 60s to the Royal Melbourne Hospital for injuries to her upper and lower body.
The woman was taken to hospital in a stable condition.
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