A HORSHAM woman aged in her 80s has been airlifted to Melbourne after the car she was driving was involved in a single-vehicle incident on the Wimmera Highway on Sunday evening.
Emergency services were called to the scene at 5.45pm near the highway intersection at Gladigau Road, south-west of Natimuk.
Horsham police Acting Sergeant Dana Cooper said the woman suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries.
“She was the only person in the car and there was only one car involved,” Acting Sergeant Cooper said.
Information about the car’s make or the precise nature of the incident was not available.
Emergency services listed the rescue incident scene as ‘safe’ at about 6.38pm on Sunday.
HORSHAM police are responding to two road incidents that were reported within 15 minutes of each other on Sunday evening.
In what is understood to the the more serious of the two incidents, police and the Country Fire Authority are responding to a single vehicle incident on the Wimmera Highway south-west of Natimuk, which occurred some time before 5.45pm.
No further details are currently known about that road rescue incident, which was reported to be near the highway intersection at Gladigau Road.
Emergency services were also called to Horsham-Lubeck Road in Drung at 5.57pm for what is understood to be a broken-down tractor near the East Road intersection.