A person has been seriously injured after an excavator overturned in Central Otago.
A St John spokesman said they were notified of the incident on Stout Tce, Cromwell, about 2pm on Tuesday.
The person was taken to Dunstan Hospital in Clyde.
Worksafe has been notified.
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The "stink" from a landfill that greets visitors to Queenstown will be eradicated as part of a $7.8 million cleanup plan.
The Victoria Flats Landfill at Gibbston, 27 kilometres from Queenstown, has long been the subject of complaints by travellers on State Highway 6, commuters from Cromwell, and some Gibbston residents