Three people are still in hospital following a fatal crash on the Whangamoa Saddle on Sunday.
One person was killed in the multiple-vehicle crash, which happened on the Blenheim side of the Whangamoa Saddle, near Kokorua Rd at about 3.30pm on Sunday.
A police spokeswoman said one person died at the scene, which involved up to six vehicles.
St John spokesman Gerard Campbell said there were six other people injured in the crash, with four taken to hospital.
The serious crash unit attended, and crews from the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter and Wellington’s Westpac Rescue Helicopter were dispatched, to transport a patient each to Wellington Hospital.
The Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter was first at the scene. Helicopter pilot Colby Tyrrell said they airlifted one patient, a teenage girl, who was in a critical condition.
On Monday morning, a Capital and Coast DHB spokesman said one patient was in a serious condition in ICU, with the other in a stable condition in a ward at Wellington Hospital.
Two patients with moderate injuries were also transported to Nelson Hospital by ambulance.
A Nelson Marlborough DHB spokeswoman said on Monday morning that one patient had been discharged from hospital, with the other patient transferred to a ward.
Fire and Emergency NZ spokesman Andrew Norris said four crews were sent to the crash, with initial reports of four vehicles being involved.
Norris said one person was trapped and had to be cut from vehicle. He said the crash was spread over a 30-metre stretch of road.
The road was closed from both ends for about five hours, with the road opened again by 9pm.