A woman has been be flown to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee following a crash on the A9.
Emergency services were called to the scene between Bankfoot and Luncarty in Perthshire following the collision between a Honda car and a Citreon C3 at about 2.20pm.
Fire crews were called to the scene after reports of one person trapped in one of the vehicles. The woman, the sole occupant of the Honda, was freed by firefighters who cut her out of the vehicle with hydraulic cutting gear.
She was then taken to hospital by the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance.
The extent of her injuries is not known but are not thought to be life-threatening.
A man and a woman, who were in the Citreon C3, were taken to Perth Royal Infirmary with minor injuries.
The incident happened on the southbound carriageway. The road was closed completely by police while the incident was being dealt with.
The stretch of the A9 was reopened nearly three hours later.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “Two appliances attended and firefighters used hydraulic cutting gear to free a casualty from one of the vehicles.
“She was then handed into the care of paramedics and was then airlifted to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
Firefighter remained on seen an hour later to make sure the scene was safe.