A casualty had to be cut free from a vehicle following a serious crash on a Tayside road.
Emergency services were called to the A9, at the House of Bruar, following a head-on collision at around 9am today.
Two cars collided leaving one person trapped. Firefighters used hydraulic cutting gear to free the individual, believed to have sustained leg injuries.
Another person was hurt, with chest injuries, but they were not trapped in the wreckage.
The severity of the injuries to both casualties is not yet known. They were both taken to Ninewells Hospital for treatment.
The stretch of road remains closed due to the incident.
A statement from Police Scotland read: “Along with other emergencies services, we are in attendance on the A9 near to House of Bruar after a road traffic collision involving two vehicles.
“Both lanes are currently closed and diversions are being put in place.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 9.03am to attend a road traffic collision on the A9 in the House of Bruar.
“We dispatched two ambulances and an air ambulance to the scene.”