Police are investigating whether fatigue could be a factor in this morning's single-vehicle crash near Kyabram.
Kyabram Acting Sergeant Bill Semple said the white dual-cab ute had been travelling east along Graham Road when it veered off and hit a sign marking the intersection with Curr Road.
The crash caused the ute to roll.
The driver was the sole occupant of the vehicle.
Traffic on Graham Road was interrupted for almost an hour after the crash.
Acting Sergeant Semple said the ute was significantly damaged.
Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.
Anyone with information or dash cam footage is urged to call the Kyabram Police Station on 5853 1777 or the Echuca Police Station on 5483 1500.
Paramedics say a teenage male injured in a crash in the state's north sustained injuries to his upper body.
He was taken to Echuca hospital in a stable condition.
A MAN has been taken to hospital after a crash in the state's north.
Emergency services were called to what's believed to have been a single-vehicle crash near Graham and Curr roads, near Kyabram, about 8.15am on Thursday.
The man is not believed to have been critically injured.
He was taken to Echuca hospital by paramedics.
Members from Tongala, Girgarre and Kyabram fire brigades responded. SES volunteers also assisted.
More to come.
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