A man was airlifted to The Alfred while his 0son was also injured in the crash and was taken to hospital for treatment.A MAN was yesterday airlifted to The Alfred hospital in Melbourne with head and internal injuries after his vehicle ran off the Princes Highway west of Tyrendarra and hit a tree.
Leading Senior Constable Andrew Payne of Portland police said the man’s son was also injured in the crash and was taken to hospital for treatment.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesman said the man, who was aged in his forties, suffered facial, arm and neck injuries and was in a serious but stable condition.
The spokesman said the school-aged child suffered cuts and abrasions and was taken to Portland hospital in a stable condition.
Leading Senior Constable Payne said the father was believed to be from the south-west.
He said no other vehicle was involved in the accident and police were investigating whether the father suffered a medical condition before the crash.
The accident happened as the man was travelling east between the Tyrendarra-Ettrick and Mount Clay roads shortly before 2.30pm yesterday.
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