By Jessica Anstice
Several vehicles were involved in a serious T-bone collision on the Princes Highway in Bunyip on Monday 30 November.
Emergency service crews, including Victoria Police, Pakenham SES, Country Fire Authority (CFA) units from Nar Nar Goon, Bunyip and Longwarry, Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) and Ambulance Victoria rushed to the crash scene about 4.30pm.
It’s understood at least three vehicles collided at the Princes Highway and Hope Street intersection, while travelling at about 100km/h.
Two of the cars involved rolled, including a red Toyota utility which landed upside-down and a black Toyota Trailblazer which landed on its side, just off the highway.
A primary school aged child was flown by an air ambulance helicopter to The Royal Children’s Hospital in a stable condition with upper body injuries.
A woman in her 30s was also flown by air ambulance to The Royal Melbourne Hospital also in a stable condition with upper body injuries.
Two were taken to hospitals via road ambulance including another primary school aged child who was taken to Monash Medical Centre in a stable condition with upper and lower body injures and a man in his 30s to Dandenong Hospital in a serious but stable condition with upper and lower body injuries.