Car and campervan in crash

SARAH-JANE O'CONNOR
Last updated 16:04 21/01/2014

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An accident between a car and a campervan near Woodend this afternoon resulted in no serious injuries.

A St John spokeswoman said two people were being transported to hospital as a precaution, but their injuries were "very minor". 

It is believed there were another six people involved in the accident that occurred about 3pm, but they were all uninjured.

A man has also been taken to hospital after a truck tipped over at Isaac Quarry near McLeans Island about 2.30pm. 

A St John spokeswoman said he had been taken to hospital as a precaution, though it is believe he only suffered grazing to his legs.

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