Emergency services responded to a three-vehicle collision on Mount Dandenong Tourist Road in Olinda on the morning of Friday 17 November.
An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said paramedics were called to an incident at about 7.25am.
“A woman believed to be in her 50s was transported by road to Maroondah Hospital in a stable condition with minor upper body injuries,” the spokesperson said.
“A teenage male was transported by road to Maroondah Hospital in a stable condition with minor upper body injuries.”
Police are investigating the collision, a Victoria Police spokesperson confirmed.
“It is understood a male driver in a silver Subaru Liberty station wagon was travelling along Mt Dandenong Road when he collided with two vehicles about 7.30am,” the spokesperson said.
“The 19-year-old Mt Dandenong teenager sustained minor injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.
“The driver of a silver Skoda Octavia station wagon, a 51-year-old Olinda woman, sustained minor injuries and did not require treatment.”
A 53-year-old Cheltenham woman, the driver of a white Hyundai i40 station wagon, sustained non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment the spokesperson said.
“The exact cause of the collision is yet to be determined and investigations are ongoing.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at crimestoppersvic.com.au
A CFA spokesperson said five CFA units from Sassafras, Monbulk and Olinda responded to the accident.
“The incident was under control at 7.50am and deemed safe at 8.01am,” the CFA spokesperson said.