Firefighters cut person out of crashed car in Albany

Firefighters are cutting a moderately injured person out of the vehicle. Photo / Wayne Drought
Firefighters are cutting a moderately injured person out of the vehicle. Photo / Wayne Drought

A person has been injured in a car crash in Albany, Auckland, this morning.

Emergency services are at the scene at Tarndale Grove in Rosedale.

Northern Fire Communications spokesman Daniel Nicholson said firefighters were working to cut a person - whose gender and age are not yet known - out of the vehicle.

The patient is said to have suffered moderate injuries. It is believed only one car was involved in the crash.

Meanwhile, emergency staff in Rotorua are also at at the scene of a car accident on State Highway 33, south of Okere Rd.

One person remains trapped in the vehicle and emergency crews are working to get them out. Their condition is not yet known.

- NZ Herald

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