A person is in a critical condition in Auckland Hospital after falling off a Lime electric scooter last night.
The incident happened about 10.30pm between Bedford Street and Parnell Rise.
"A person riding an e-scooter reportedly received critical injuries after colliding with a wall," a police spokesperson told 1 NEWS.
Police say they are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the incident.
It comes as Auckland Council announced yesterday that it has renewed e-scooter licences with added conditions.
The decision comes after safety concerns around e-scooters have been raised by many.
One person died in September in an Auckland Lime e-scooter accident.
Police issued a statement on e-scooter safety after the man's death:
“While e-scooters are not classed as motor vehicles, they are classified as vehicles and are subject to the same rules which apply to other low-powered vehicles such as e-bikes.
"Police's message is always to be safe when using any kind of vehicle. With e-scooters, we ask users to be considerate of other road or footpath users, to travel at safe speeds for the conditions, don't drink and ride, and we recommend wearing a helmet for your own safety."