Fatal crash

A MAN died after a single car collision in Tarwin Lower on Saturday night.

The 66 year old Wyndham Vale man died after the vehicle he was driving on Walkerville Road, Tarwin Lower left the road and collided with a tree shortly after 10pm.

Investigators believe the driver of the south-bound car failed to negotiate a left hand bend, causing his vehicle to cross to the incorrect side of the road and crash into trees.

He died at the scene.

Emergency services including ambulance, police, Tarwin Lower and Pound Creek CFA, and Fish Creek CFA road rescue unit attended.

Police at Bass Coast Highway Patrol would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the collision or saw the vehicle before the collision.

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=23308

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