State Highway 4 between Tohunga Junction and National Park in the central North Island has reopened after a truck rollover.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency said the road had been closed since 6am today due to the crash near Middle Road, State Highway 4.
Emergency services were notified of the incident around 11pm Tuesday.
Hato Hone St John said they were notified but did not attend as there were no injuries.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand said crews from Raetihi, Ōhakune and Whanganui attended.
No one was trapped in the vehicle, and there was no spillage of cargo on to the road.
Fire crews assisted with the road closure.
Police said the crash initially blocked both lanes of the highway and a detour was in place until early Wednesday afternoon.
Waka Kotahi reported at 1.35pm on Wednesday the road had reopened after the vehicle was removed and the site cleared.
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