A female driver has been charged with careless driving after a car flipped down a bank in Havelock North on Tuesday night.
Emergency services were called to the single-car crash on Te Mata Peak Rd, Havelock North, about 10.15pm on Tuesday.
A Fire and Emergency New Zealand spokeswoman said a car went over a bank, but everybody was able to get out of the vehicle.
A St John Ambulance spokeswoman said two people sustained moderate injuries.
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Police said the driver from the crash is due to appear at Hastings District Court on 14 December, charged with careless driving after the car had flipped and went down a bank.
A police spokeswoman said the location of the crash is described as being before the first car park.
Three fire trucks attended the scene.
Less than half an hour later, emergency services were called to another crash on in Bluff Hill, Napier.
Two fire trucks attended the single-vehicle crash on Shakespeare Rd about 10.33pm.
A Fire and Emergency New Zealand spokeswoman said nobody was trapped, but one person sustained minor injuries.
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