All five people taken to Bendigo Hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Golden Square were in a stable condition, paramedics say.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said three men and two women were taken to hospital, all of whom were in their 20s.
"They were all transported in stable conditions with upper and lower body injuries," they said.
Paramedics were called to the scene about 2.50pm.
POLICE might have been at fault in a two-car crash at Golden Square, which saw five people headed to hospital.
Bendigo Highway Patrol Leading Senior Constable Todd Deary said police were turning right into Laurel Street when the crash happened.
It was not yet clear whether the police vehicle had lights and sirens activated.
Leading Senior Constable Deary said a preliminary investigation suggested police might have been at fault.
The crash will be subject to a further investigation.
Both of the officers involved in the crash were taken to Bendigo Hospital as a precaution.
Three people who were travelling in the second vehicle, a red Holden Commodore, were also taken to hospital.
The extent of their injuries is not yet known.
A POLICE divisional van is damaged and paramedics have removed a person from a second vehicle following a crash in Golden Square.
Traffic on High Street, near the intersection with Laurel and Wade streets, is affected as emergency services respond.
The fronts of both the divisional van and a red sedan are damaged.
Tow trucks are on scene.
The crash happened at the set of lights near the United Kingdom Hotel shortly before 3.30pm.
Paramedics have assessed the two police officers who were in the divisional van.
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