Emergency services rushed to a Sebastopol home after a car crashed through a fence and into a shed last night.
Firefighters rushed to the scene on Hertford Street about 6.30pm, originally to reports of a car into a house.
Upon arrival, they discovered the car had crashed through a metal sheeting fence and damaged part of the property's shed.
Nobody was trapped.
The scene was declared to be under control about 6.37pm.
The Country Fire Authority was assisted on scene by Fire Rescue Victoria, police and the State Emergency Service.
A police spokeswoman said the female driver was located nearby and was taken to hospital for assessment.
The scene was declared safe just before 8pm, when the car was loaded on to a tow truck.
SES crews assessed the structural integrity of the shed.
Police confirmed no charges have been laid.
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