A woman is still in intensive care after being critically injured after she was hit by a vehicle in Rotorua on Monday night.
Police said they were called to Old Taupo Rd outside Bunnings Warehouse about 7.15pm Monday night after the pedestrian was hit.
The woman was transferred from Rotorua Hospital to Waikato Hospital.
She was in intensive care but is in a stable condition, a Waikato Hospital media spokeswoman said.
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Traffic was being diverted from Fairy Springs Rd down Lake Rd and motorists were asked to avoid the area while the serious crash unit examined the scene.
A police media spokeswoman said the road reopened by 12.20am on Tuesday morning.
It was the third incident in less than two weeks where a pedestrian has been hit in Rotorua.
Oceana Cameron, 16, has been told she will not walk again unassisted after she suffered a severed spinal cord when hit by a car about 6.35pm on April 16 on Te Ngae Rd.
Eight days later, a pedestrian was injured soon after 6.30pm in a collision with a vehicle on the same road near the intersection with Sunrise Ave.