Three people were hurt when a van overturned in a crash on the A90 north of Dundee on Monday.
Eyewitnesses called emergency services after witnessing the van collide with a lorry at around 11.30am. It veered off the road and flipped on to its roof.
One eyewitness said: “I saw the van go off the road, before it flipped onto its roof.
“I feared for the worst but then I saw the people in the van climb out.
“I called the police straight away.”
Another eyewitness, who assisted the men before the ambulances arrived, said: “I saw the van on its roof, so I pulled over to assist in any way I could before the ambulances arrived.”
Paul Kelly was one of the paramedics who attended the scene when ambulances arrived at around 11.45am.
“Three men were inside the van when it was flipped on the side of the road,” he said.
“Three ambulances attended the scene but no serious injuries are expected. As a precaution all the men were taken to Ninewells Hospital.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland confirmed that one lane was closed on the A90 northbound due to a two-vehicle collision.
He said: “Police attended the A90 north of Tealing in response to a collision between a heavy goods vehicle and a transit van.
“The van was on its roof and three people were reported to have minor injuries.”
The A90 was reduced to one lane as police undertook an operation to recover the vehicle. The spokesman added: “One lane was blocked and while the other remained open it was likely that would be closed when the vehicles are recovered.”
The accident occurred between the Tealing junction and Glamis junction, on the road to Forfar.