Two teenage girls were taken to Albury Base Hospital after a car and truck crash on the Murray Valley Highway, near Bandiana.
An Ambulance Victorian spokeswoman said the pair both suffered minor upper body injuries but were transferred in a stable condition.
Police and paramedics were called to the highway about 3.30pm after a crash between a car and a truck.
Traffic was backed up for about two kilometres at the time of the crash but has eased.
A woman has been taken to Albury Base Hospital by ambulance after a crash on the Murray Valley Highway, near Bandiana.
An Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman said she is not believed to be in a critical condition.
Paramedics, police and emergency services remain on scene.
Two people have been injured in a crash on the Murray Valley Highway near Bandiana.
Emergency services are on scene.
Witnesses at the scene told The Border Mail the crash involved a truck and a car driven by a P-plater.
Traffic is backed up for about two kilometres around the crash site.
An Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman said two people had been injured in the crash and would likely be transported to hospital.
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Details are scant but the spokeswoman said one of the injured parties was a woman.
Paramedics and police were called to the scene at about 3.30pm.
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