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Australia Woman and elderly aunt lucky to escape Melbourne car crash

10:56  03 december  2019
10:56  03 december  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Emergency services were called to Manchester Road in Mooroolbark just after 11am today following reports of a multi-vehicle crash.

Leslie Van Koll was driving her 81-year-old aunt when a Mercedes, which witnesses say was speeding, crashed into their 4WD.

a car parked on the side of a road: A woman and her elderly aunt are lucky to be alive after an allegedly drug affected driver crashed into their car in Melbourne's east.© 9News A woman and her elderly aunt are lucky to be alive after an allegedly drug affected driver crashed into their car in Melbourne's east. a group of people in a car: Leslie Van Koll was driving her 81-year-old aunt when a Mercedes, which witnesses say was speeding, crashed into their 4WD.© 9News Leslie Van Koll was driving her 81-year-old aunt when a Mercedes, which witnesses say was speeding, crashed into their 4WD.

It pushed it into a parked car which then went through a massage parlour window.

Ms Van Koll, 53, and her aunt had to be cut from the wreckage and were rushed to Maroondah Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Attending police performed a drug and alcohol test on the Mercedes driver which allegedly returned a positive reading.

The 25-year-old was taken to hospital for further tests.

"It's absolutely bloody disgusting there's that many speedsters on the road," witness Rodney Hickey told 9News.

"Get all these maniacs off the road."

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