myrniong accident

Myrniong Accident: A significant accident including in excess of 20 vehicles has caused traffic mayhem north-west of Melbourne and left one individual battling forever. The multi-vehicle impact on the Western Turnpike at Myrniong close to Bacchus Bog happened not long before 4pm on Monday. Victorian Police expressed in excess of 20 vehicles were associated with the accident that occurred with weighty mist nearby.

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One individual was taken to Illustrious Melbourne Emergency clinic in a basic condition, while one more 19 individuals, all in stable condition, were taken to medical clinics including the Imperial Melbourne, Ballarat Base Medical clinic, Daylight Emergency clinic and Footscray Medical clinic. The Western Turnpike is shut in the two bearings between Bacchus Swamp and Ballan with drivers heading towards Ballarat being shipped off the expressway at Bacchus Bog. Those heading towards Melbourne will be shipped off the turnpike at Greendale-Myrniong Street to take the Old Western Parkway and Pentland Slopes Street.

For drivers leaving Melbourne, more extensive diversions ought to be considered including the Rulers Interstate to Geelong then the Midland Roadway to Ballarat. Traveling north on the Calder Turnpike to Kyneton then, at that point, redirecting through Daylesford is another choice. There are reports of broad haze covering portions of the Western Expressway. Drivers ought to dial back, drive to the circumstances and have their headlights on to be better seen. The turnpike will be shut until Victoria Police consider it protected to be re-opened.