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Four young children are taken to hospital with one fighting for his life after head-on collision 

Four young children are taken to hospital with one fighting for his life after a nasty collision in Melbourne

  • Two cars collided on Barry Road in Dallas at around 5.15pm on Wednesday  
  • A four-year-old boy in one car has been taken to hospital in a critical condition 
  • Three other young boys involved in the accident have suffered minor injuries 
  • Both female drivers, 36 and 26 years old, were uninjured and are assisting police

Four young boys have been taken to hospital, one in a critical condition, after two cars collided on a road in Melbourne’s north. 

Two cars travelling east on Barry Road in Dallas collided at around 5.15pm on Wednesday. 

A four-year-old boy from Broadmeadows inside one of the vehicles has been taken to hospital in a critical condition. 

Another boy, seven, in the same vehicle has been taken to hospital for observation while the driver, a 36-year-old woman, was uninjured in the collision.  

Two cars travelling east on Barry Road in Dallas collided at around 5.15pm on Wednesday. A four-year-old boy from Broadmeadows inside one of the vehicles has been taken to hospital in a critical condition

Two four-year-old boys from Craigieburn in the second car are being treated for minor injuries. 

The woman driving the second car, 26, was uninjured and is assisting police.   

Investigators have spoken with several people who were in the area at the time and witnessed the collision.

The investigation remains ongoing.

Another boy, seven, in the same vehicle has been taken to hospital for observation while the driver, a 36-year-old woman, was uninjured in the collision. Two four-year-old boys from Craigieburn within the second car are being treated for minor injuries

Another boy, seven, in the same vehicle has been taken to hospital for observation while the driver, a 36-year-old woman, was uninjured in the collision. Two four-year-old boys from Craigieburn within the second car are being treated for minor injuries

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