An Australia Post worker has been injured following a motorbike crash involving a car in Wodonga.
Emergency service workers were called to the intersection of Melrose Drive and Melbourne Road about 8am on Thursday
The motorbike postman was injured on the ground.
He appeared to have crashed into the side of a white utility before falling onto the road.
Paramedics treated the man at the scene before transporting him to Albury hospital.
The extent of the man's injuries were unclear but did not appear to be life threatening.
The incident caused delays at the busy intersection as the scene was cleared.
The motorbike was damaged and was removed from the area.
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The intersection has been one of the worst in Wodonga for crashes and injuries.
The incident came at the start of a road safety operation across Victoria for the AFL Grand Final long weekend.
Operation Scoreboard started on Thursday morning and will run to Sunday night, with a focus on speeding and drink and drug driving.
Assistant Commissioner Glenn Weir said alcohol and drug tests would be conducted "at every opportunity".
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