Bystanders pulled a motorist from a blue SUV after it rolled multiple times on Pomonal Road, near the Stawell Racecourse on Thursday about 4.30pm.
Stawell State Emergency Service unit controller Alan Blight said there were no persons inside the vehicle when they arrived.
“Bystanders have taken the male driver out and taken him to hospital in a private vehicle,” he said.
“It is nice of them to help but people need to remember the mechanisms of a collision.
“The care has rolled more than once and there could be every possibility of neck and joint injuries, so an Ambulance must be called in this instance.”
It is not yet known what the vehicle collided with.
There were no other injured persons.
Emergency services are responding to a road incident on Pomonal Road, near the Stawell Racecourse.
Stawell Country Fire Authority brigades were called to the scene, while Stawell State Emergency Service unit controller Alan Blight also confirmed their vehicle was en-route.
A Stawell resident who wished to remain anonymous said they had passed the scene of the incident.
“I saw a Blue SUV on its side on the inside of the road heading out about 10 minutes ago,” the motorist said.
The Vic Emergency app has listed the incident as a Rescue Road Trap.
People in the area should take care.
More to come.