It was a busy day on the roads for emergency services on Sunday as serious crashes caused power cuts and fires.
A Police spokeswoman said that they were called to an incident at 1.55pm on after a crash on Brookfields Rd where a car had crashed into a power pole.
Three occupants were treated by St John ambulance staff on scene and transported to Hawke's Bay Hospital in moderate conditions.
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They were being assessed by hospital staff, but a Hawke's Bay DHB spokeswoman was able to confirm the occupants were a male in his 50s and two children under 10.
Fire and Emergency were called to deal with a grass fire that started due to the crash in a nearby field.
Power was also out to around 130 homes in the area, according to Unison's website, but it was later restored to majority of the homes within a matter of hours.
Diversions were also in place as the area was cleared but were reopened within an hour of the crash occurring.
Police were also called out shortly before the Brookfields Rd crash to another on Kennedy Rd where a person was trapped.
Police said they were notified of a two vehicle crash on the intersection of Tait Dr and Kennedy Rd at 1pm on Sunday.
Fire and Emergency were on the scene with two appliances and assisted to extricate the person from one of the vehicles.
St John ambulance also attended and sent a female in her teens to Hawke's Bay Hospital in a moderate condition.