A person has been seriously injured after a crash in Te Puke.
A police spokeswoman said a car with three people in it rolled on the No 1 Rd about 10.30pm yesterday.
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One person was reported to be seriously injured, she said.
A Fire and Emergency NZ spokesman said nobody was trapped in the car, but fire crews helped one female with first aid before the ambulance arrived.
A St John spokeswoman said officers treated one person with serious injuries and two others with minor injuries.
A 26-year-old female from Te Puke was treated and discharged this morning.
This followed another serious crash in Te Puke yesterday where three people were injured, one seriously, after a car and a truck collided on the Te Puke Highway about 8am.
A St John spokeswoman said one person with serious injuries and two people with moderate injuries were taken to Tauranga Hospital.