TWO more locals have died following accidents in Central Victorian roads, bringing the local road toll to six in less than a month.
A 19 year old Axedale woman died this morning (Thursday) after a collision on the McIvor Highway near Longlea.
The two car collision occurred at the intersection of Bowles Road and the McIvor Highway at about 8.10am.
The woman was transported to Bendigo
Hospital where she died a short time later.
The 51-year-old female driver of the second vehicle and her five-year-old passenger were not injured.
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Police are also investigating the circumstances surrounding a separate fatal collision which occurred in Axedale on Tuesday afternoon.Investigators believe that a Mitsubishi sedan was travelling south west along the Axedale-Toolleen Road.
The driver lost control of the car, crossed over onto the other side of the road and collided with Ford coupe.
The Ford ran off the road and collided with a tree.
An 84-year-old Toolleen woman was travelling as the front passenger in the Ford.
She was taken to the Bendigo Hospital but died as a result of her injuries around 2.45pm today.
The driver of the Mitsubishi, a 28-year-old woman from Strathfieldsaye, has been assisting police with their investigation.
Last Thursday a Wedderburn man in his 50s died near Leichardt when his ute hit an oncoming truck.
In late May two young men died when their car hit a tree in Lucan Street.
That same week a man died at Lockwood after his car hit a tree.