A MAN and three boys have been airlifted to hospital after their van rolled into a dam in a horror crash in western Victoria.
Police said a Mercedes van, driven by a 49-year-old man, was travelling west on the Glenelg Highway in Wickcliffe when it lost control, hitting a fence before rolling into a dam around 2pm.
The man and his passengers - three boys, aged 12, 13 and 17 - were all ejected from the vehicle on impact.
All four are from Noble Park.
Three ambulance helicopters and emergency service road crews were sent to the scene.
The eldest boy was airlifted to The Alfred hospital with spinal and pelvic injuries, while the driver was flown in a second helicopter to the same hospital with spinal and lower limb injuries.
The 12 and 14-year-old boy were taken in the third helicopter to the Royal Children’s Hospital with spinal injuries.
All patients are said to be in a critical condition.
Police are investigating the circumstances of the crash and appealing for witnesses.
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