Police and fire officers rushed to a country road on Wednesday after a smash involving a tractor left a van on its side in a field.
The tractor lost two wheels in the collision, which happened just after 8am on the B978 near Kirkbuddo in Angus.
Traffic was held up for almost an hour as the emergency services worked to clear the area.
Emergency services reported that one person had been hurt in the crash.
Police officers arrived at the scene first, but the fire service was called due to fears one of the vehicles could ignite.
A Police Scotland Tayside Division spokesman said: “We attended an incident involving a van and a tractor on the B978.
“It was reported at 8.11am and one unit from Forfar attended.
“The fire service attended as well because there was apparently some smoke coming from the van.
“The tractor and van had collided and I believe the van had left the road.
“One person was believed to be injured, and the ambulance service was attending.
“The roads department of Angus Council attended because there appeared to be an oil spillage on the carriageway.”
It is understood the tractor had blocked the road following the accident, but that it was reopened by about 9am.
The stretch of the B978 runs beside Tulloe’s Wood, and the crash happened just outside the entrance to South Draffin Farm. The tractor’s front wheels had been shorn off in the crash, and a forklift truck was called to shift the vehicle.
The van lay on its side in a field opposite the farm entrance.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service: “We had a report of a road collision on the B978 near South Draffin Farm.
“It was believed to have involved a van and a tractor. There were two appliances despatched, one from Forfar and one from Carnoustie.
“We had a report that no one was trapped, but there was a concern about a vehicle being on fire. We got the call from the police at 8.18am and the stop message was received at 8.37am.”
The spokeswoman added: “We were involved in making the vehicle safe and there was no fire in any vehicle.”