Emergency services have been to multiple crashes in the region.
Power is out to some Lake Ōkareka residents after a car crashed into a power pole about 11.25am.
Unison spokesman Danny Gough said they had a large number of crews out at the site and 66 customers would be without power until 6pm tonight.
On top of this, 550 customers would be without power for around 15 minutes this afternoon then for 15 more minutes tonight.
Gough said damage to the pole was extensive and crews had to cut off power to dig it out and replace it.
A police spokeswoman said there were no injuries in the crash.
A pedestrian was lucky to escape with no injuries after being hit by a car in Taupō this morning.
A police spokeswoman said the person was hit on Titiraupenga St about 11.45am.
There were no injuries, but one person was in a state of shock, she said.
Ambulance also attended.
Half an hour before, a car crashed into two parked cars in Taupō.
A police spokeswoman said the crash happened about 11.10am on Rokino Rd and a lane was blocked.
There were no injuries.
A person was trapped after their car rolled on Galatea Rd between Galatea Lookout and Black Rds just before 10am.
A police spokeswoman said police, fire crews and ambulance responded to the incident and both lanes were blocked.
A St John spokeswoman said one person was taken to Whakatāne Hospital with minor injuries.
Meanwhile, a truck rolled on Tirohanga Rd near Taupō about 10.10am just south of Tirohanga School and police, ambulance, and fire services attended the scene.
A police spokeswoman said one person was initially trapped but was now out.
A St John spokeswoman said the person received minor injuries but did not need to be taken to hospital.
Police have also responded to a car off the road on State Highway 30.
A police spokeswoman said the crash happened near the Rotoiti Rugby Club about 10.20am.
A St John spokeswoman said a person had moderate injuries but it was not clear whether they were being taken to hospital at this stage.