A woman has been charged with murder after she allegedly hit a man with her car in rural Victoria.
The 70-year-old victim was struck at a Fyans Creek Road property, about 13 kilometres from the Grampians National Park, at 12.50pm on Monday afternoon.
Paramedics worked to revive the man, but he died at the scene.
Homicide detectives arrested a Fyans Creek woman, 66, who was allegedly driving the car and knew the victim.
Police charged the woman with one count of murder more than 24 hours after the incident.
She will be remanded for an out-of-sessions court hearing on Tuesday night and will face the Horsham Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Homicide Squad detectives are investigating a fatal vehicle incident that occured on private property at Fyans Creek on Monday afternoon.
“Homicide Squad detectives with the assistance of the Major Collision Investigation Unit are investigating following the death of a man in Fyans Creek,” a police statement said.
“Emergency services were called to a Fyans Creek Road property following reports a man had been struck by a car about 12.50pm.
“The man was treated at the scene but could not be revived. Police arrested a woman at the scene.
“She remains in custody and is assisting police with their enquiries.
“All parties are believed to be known to each other.”
Police are investigating after a man died as a result of a vehicle incident on private property at Fyans Creek on Monday afternoon.
A police spokesperson said it was believed the man was struck by a car at a private residence about 12.50pm.
“A female, who police believe is known to the man, is assisting police with enquiries,” the spokesperson said.
Police would not release further information as of Monday evening.
Emergency services are responding to a road accident on Fyans Creek Road at Halls Gap.
Two Stawell State Emergency Services vehicles were spotted leaving their headquarters on Sloane Street, while Country Fire Authority and police were also called.
The incident was listed as a rescue road trap on the CFA Vic Emergency app.
More to come.