Emergency services are at the scene of what is understood to be a workplace accident at a construction site in downtown Auckland.

Two fire trucks and an ambulance are outside a Fletcher Construction site on Customs Street West, near lower Albert St.

A police spokeswoman confirmed authorities had received a report of a "workplace accident'' at 11.19am.

A reporter at the scene said an ambulance was parked directly under a crane at the site, which has a large "Fletcher'' banner hanging from the side.

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St John said they were called to the scene at 11.16am.

They sent an ambulance and a rapid response vehicle to the site.

A spokeswoman said the person injured had minor injuries.

Two fire trucks and an ambulance are outside a Fletcher Construction site on Customs Street West, near lower Albert St. Photo / Dubby Henry
Two fire trucks and an ambulance are outside a Fletcher Construction site on Customs Street West, near lower Albert St. Photo / Dubby Henry

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A construction worker's leg has been crushed in downtown Auckland. Photo / Dubby Henry
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