A man had to be rescued by firefighters this morning after the car he was travelling in overturned.
Emergency services were called to the A90, just south of Brechin, near to the Bervie Chipper following the one-car smash at about 8.30am.
The man was freed from the vehicle by firefighters before being tended to by paramedics.
It’s believed the casualty was not seriously injured.
Delays on the main Dundee to Aberdeen route were reported as the inside lane was blocked while the incident was being dealt with.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were notified by the ambulance service at 8.26am.
“It was reported that the vehicle had landed on its side.
“Firefighters removed one male casualty from the vehicle and administered first aid. He was then handed into the care of the ambulance service.
“Fire crews then made the scene safe before leaving the scene at 8.55am.
“Two appliances, one from Forfar and one from Brechin attended.”