A man has had a lucky escape from serious injury after losing control, driving across the wrong side of the road and flipping his car.
The 61-year-old, who was travelling south along Colac-Ballarat Road, has been taken to hospital with lower back and arm injuries.
He is understood to be in a stable condition after the crash near Enfield at about 12.15pm.
At the crash scene, Leading Senior Constable Tony Walker from Linton Police told The Courier the man was very lucky to escape without serious injuries or even death.
The car had travelled up an embankment on the wrong side of the road, before it flipped and came to rest on its roof.
He was the only occupant in the car at the time of the crash.
The roads is zoned 100km/h in the area of the crash.
Police will continue to investigate how it occurred.
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