Emergency services rushed to a crash in rural Tayside today that saw a woman rushed to hospital.
Fire crews worked to cut a victim from the wreckage after a car smashed into a wall on the A92 at Inverkeillor.
Police closed the road for more than an hour after the accident, which happened at 10.15am
The female driver was taken to Ninewells by ambulance as soon as she was freed.
The extent of her injuries was unclear, but a passenger in the black Peugeot 207 was believed to be “walking wounded”, according to police.
The wall was heavily damaged, while the car had crumpled at the front.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “There was a one-car collision on the A92 at 10.15am.
“The road was closed, and was still closed at 12pm.
“A female driver was taken to hospital.”
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “The call came in at 10.23am, from the police.
“There was a one-car collision, and two appliances attended, one from Montrose and one from Arbroath.“A female was trapped in the driver’s seat, and crews were working alongside the Ambulance Service to stabilise the car.
“They then used hydraulic cutting gear to release the female, and she was taken to hospital.“They made the scene safe and the last appliance left at 11.21am.”