Two people have been airlifted to hospital - one with life-threatening injuries - following a series of crashes on central Victorian roads on Tuesday.
A man in his 60s was flown to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in what appeared to be a serious condition with upper and lower body injuries after a cement truck rolled at Buckrabanyule on Tuesday morning.
Earlier, a man in his 50s was left in a critical condition after a car hit a tree on the Sunraysia Highway at Avoca.
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He was airlifted to The Alfred with upper and lower body injuries.
Another man in his 60s was taken to Goulburn Valley Health in Shepparton in a serious but stable condition following a crash at Girgarre.
He sustained upper body injuries.
Meanwhile, a woman in her 20s suffered minor injuries in a crash at Leichardt, near Marong.
She was taken to Bendigo Health.
SES crews have freed a man who was trapped in a cement truck after it rolled at Buckrabanyule.
Emergency services were called to the scene on Burton Road at 9.37am, and the man was released from the truck at 10.51am.
He has been handed over to paramedics for care.
A man is believed to be in a serious condition following a truck rollover at Buckrabanyule, near Charlton on Tuesday morning.
Paramedics are assessing the man for suspected upper and lower body injuries at the scene.
The air ambulance has been dispatched.
Emergency services are at the scene of a truck crash at Buckrabanyule, east of Charlton.
The CFA received a call to attend the scene at 9.37am on Tuesday.
It is understood the driver is trapped in the cement truck.
The SES, paramedics and police are also on scene.
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