POLICE believe a Rainbow teenager who sustained serious head injuries jumped from a moving car on Saturday.
The woman, 19, was in a serious condition in the Royal Melbourne Hospital yesterday after earlier being admitted as critical.
The woman was a front seat passenger in a car being driven by a second Rainbow woman whose three children were rear seat passengers.
The car was travelling from Yaapeet towards Hopetoun when it approached the Hopetoun-Yaapeet and South roads intersection on Saturday before 9am.
The driver was turning right into Hopetoun-Yaapeet Road at 30 kilometres an hour when the front seat passenger wanted to leave the car.
Hopetoun Senior Constable Irene Guest said the woman decided to jump out of the moving car. She said the incident was not a car crash.
An ambulance crew drove the woman in a critical condition to Rainbow Hospital where she was put into an induced coma before being airlifted to Melbourne.
The car’s other occupants were uninjured.
The female driver was 38 and her three children, two girls and a boy, were aged between 11 and 13.
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