Moe death not suspicious

The death of a 40 year-old man, whose body was found in a Moe house last week, is not being treated as suspicious.

His body was found about 11am on Wednesday inside a house on Scott Avenue, with the Homicide Squad called to investigate.

But following a post-mortem examination, police reported the death was not suspicious.

A report will be prepared for the coroner.

Call for witnesses

Police are investigating the cause of a head-on collision along the Princes Highway last week, which left a Traralgon woman in her 20s with serious injuries.

Latrobe Highway Patrol Leading Senior Constable Bronley Llewellyn said at 6.11pm on Thursday night, a car carrying two people was travelling west on Argyle Street in Traralgon and left its lane, travelling over the centre median strip near the Peterkin Street intersection and collided head-on with a car heading in the opposite direction, carrying seven people.

Two adults from the east-bound car were taken to Latrobe Regional Hospital with minor injuries , while a Traralgon woman in her 20s from the west-bound car was taken to the Alfred Hospital with life-threatening injures.

On Friday afternoon, her condition was serious but stable.

Police interviewed the driver of the west-bound car, a 23 year-old Traralgon man in relation to the incident.

No charges have been laid.

Ldg Snr Const Llewellyn appealed for witnesses who had not yet spoken to police, to come forward, by phoning the Latrobe Highway Patrol on 

5128 1100 or Crime Stoppers on 

1800 333 000.