A HAMILTON woman remains in a critical condition and on life support at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne after a single-vehicle accident in Hamilton on Thursday.
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Investigators believe a pink Holden ute was travelling north-east on Alexandra Parade before it left the road and then struck a tree near Garton Street just after noon.

Sergeant Mark James, of Hamilton police, said the Holden Crewman utility left the road and travelled on a wide centre median strip of grass between the divided section of Alexandra Parade.

“The utility has left the road near Millman Street and travelled a couple hundred metres on the grass median strip before colliding with a tree just before the intersection of Garton Street,” he said. “Investigations are continuing in relation to cause of the accident.

“The 26-year-old Hamilton woman remains in a critical condition in hospital after being airlifted to The Alfred hospital in Melbourne early in the afternoon.”

Sergeant James said investigating police officers wanted anyone who saw the pink utility about noon on Thursday to contact police.

“It’s a very distinctive pink Crewman ute,” he said.

“Anyone with information about the crash or who saw the utility before it was involved in the single-vehicle accident is urged to contact the Hamilton police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” he said.

Meanwhile, a Portland woman will be charged on summons with drink-driving after recording an alcohol reading of .158 on Thursday night.

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