A witness has today described seeing a caravan flip over in a one-vehicle heading for Dundee.
The crash occurred on the A90 just south of the Peterden turn off, about seven miles from Forfar, on the southbound carriageway.
No one was injured but those involved, including the elderly couple towing the caravan, were badly shaken.
Karen Adam was driving from her home in Brechin into Dundee with husband Lee when they witnessed the caravan — being towed by a Volkswagen Passat — turn over on the A92 on Friday after 8pm.
She said: “We were following the lorry and the car towing the caravan for about three miles, and the car had been trying to overtake the lorry, and sat like that for a good couple of miles, in the outside lane.
“It was going downhill and the car went past the lorry and the caravan just went – it started snaking and then it flipped. I think the wind must have taken it.
“Everyone seems to be fine, they’re shaken but OK, which is the main thing.”
Traffic was still down to one lane three hours later as police and other services continued clearing up the wreckage.