Woman’s Dog Runs Away After Two Car Crashes Flip Her Car | The standard

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Police say a Mortlake woman was lucky to escape injury after her car rolled over in Illowa on Friday. Port Fairy Police Sergeant David Walkley said the 43-year-old was heading west on Tower Hill Road at around 12.40pm. “She stopped at the stop sign with Southern Cross Road but did not see a vehicle traveling north in the 100 mph zone driven by a 66-year-old woman from Kirkstall,” he said. declared. Both were the only occupants of the cars. Sergeant Walkley said the Nissan overturned on its roof after hitting the other vehicle on the rear passenger side. The driver was briefly trapped in the vehicle, pulling out before police arrived. She was fined for failing to obey a stop sign. “It’s extremely lucky that no one was seriously injured considering it’s a 100km/h zone,” Sergeant Walkley said. Kirkstall’s wife was taken to Warrnambool Base Hospital with chest injuries. The other driver was assessed by Ambulance Victoria but refused further treatment. His black kelpie with a red bandanna flew out of the vehicle and was last seen heading west on Tower Hill Road. The CFA and the SES were also present. If anyone sees the dog, contact Port Fairy Police on 5568 1007 or Moyne Shire Ranger on 1300 656 564. N OTHER NEWS: Now just a click away with our new app: digital subscribers now have the option get news faster, at your fingertips with The Standard: Our journalists work hard to bring local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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