A man has been airlifted to hospital following a crash in the Indigo Valley.
The 28-year-old man's crashed Ford Ranger was discovered by passersby about 10.10pm on Thursday.
Those at the scene of the Indigo Creek Road crash provided first aid and contacted emergency services.
The Wirlinga man was removed from the vehicle after about two hours before being flown to the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
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Sergeant Mal Clarke said the man had serious injuries.
"Police are investigating the cause of the collision," he said.
"We'd just urge people to drive to the conditions and be mindful of the weather at all times."
The cause of the crash is unclear.
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