POLICE attended a number of incidents locally and reiterated their calls for drivers to slow down and drive safely.
On Tuesday there were two serious incidents.
Just before 8pm a vehicle driven by a 19 year-old male from Yanakie crossed double lines on a bend on the Meeniyan Promontory Road at Buffalo and collided head-on with another vehicle.
A 49 year-old female driver from Berwick and the 19 year-old received serious injuries and were initially trapped, requiring road rescue crews to cut them free.
Both were airlifted to Melbourne hospitals.
Earlier on Tuesday morning, at 5am, a 48 year-old female driver received injuries to her upper body when her vehicle rolled on a bend on the Leongatha-Yarragon Road (near Dawsons Road), Hallston.
She was taken to the Latrobe Regional Hospital.
On Wednesday, February 17 a Volvo sedan lost control near the Black Spur bends and hit the embankment.
There were no injuries.
About four hours later a 19 year-old Korumburra woman ran off the road and into an embankment between Caithness Road and Minns Road on the South Gippsland Highway.
The woman’s ute rolled on to its side, at around 5.45pm.
She was conveyed to the Wonthaggi hospital with possible neck injuries, and then transferred to The Alfred Hospital for further scans.
On Monday morning police also attended an accident on the South Gippsland Highway near Toora; there were no major injuries.
Horror week on roads