CASTLEMAINE police are still investigating the cause of the Calder Freeway crash.
A man in his 30s was taken to Bendigo hospital in a stable condition after a truck collided into a wire barrier near the Victoria Road exit in Harcourt.
Police are still making enquires into what caused the rollover.
THE truck has been cleared from the scene at the Calder Freeway.
VicRoads is no longer reporting any closures or delays for motorists.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson confirmed paramedics were called to the collision near the Victoria Road exit before 9am this morning.
Paramedics treated a man in his 30s at the scene for minor injuries. He was transported to hospital in Bendigo in a stable condition.
NORTH-BOUND lanes on the Calder Freeway are closed after a truck rollover.
Emergency services are on scene removing the truck after it collided with a wire barrier near the Victoria Road exit.
VicRoads is advising motorists to allow for extra time and seek an alternative route until the scene is clear.
EMERGENCY services are responding to a truck rollover on the Calder Freeway.
Crews were called to the incident in Harcourt, about 400 metres from the Victoria Road exit, at 8.50am on Saturday.
There is no one trapped in the vehicle.
There are reports the smaller truck collided with a wire barrier on the north-bound lane of the freeway.
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