A private ambulance crew who stopped at a major accident where a baby's life was in the balance claim they were abused and ordered to leave the scene.
Rian Holden chanced on a Melton crash scene where eight people were injured after their people-carrier flipped on Sunday.
He said that he and his partner stopped to help Ambulance Victoria crews, who gladly accepted.
Mr Holden said paramedics were struggling to attend to all the injured -- with both a mother and her child in a critical condition.
The private operator, who runs Event Medical Solutions, said he followed instructions of paramedics, helping move the child on to a spine board and administering first aid to others while his partner sat with an injured Muslim woman in traditional dress.