Emergency services remain on the scene of a crash involving a car and truck carrying molasses.
A woman in her teens was trapped for more than half an hour after a car and truck collided in Darley this morning.
An Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman confirmed paramedics were called to the scene of the crash at 8.30am.
After SES crews had freed the woman she was treated for leg injuries. SES Bacchus Marsh deputy commander Bill Robson said four SES units attended the scene.
“We had four vehicles respond with approximately 12 volunteers,” Mr Robson said.
“The car had impacted with a truck and we went about removing the driver’s side doors and worked with paramedics to get the patient onto the spine board.”
Mr Robson said fire crews worked to clear up the molasses, which was largely contained.
She was transported to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition.
Mr Robson said fire crews worked to clear up the thick treacle-like syrup which was largely contained.
Bacchus Marsh police confirmed units were still at the scene and traffic diversions remain in place.
CFA crews have extracted a person who became trapped after a multi-vehicle collision involving a car and a truck.
Peak hour traffic near Darley has been thrown into chaos after reports of a truck and car colliding near the Grey Street roundabout in Darley.
A CFA media spokeswoman said three fire trucks had attended the scene and crews were extracting one person from a vehicle.
SES and police are also one scene.
More to come.
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