A witness has spoken of the aftermath of a 12-year-old girl being struck by a car outside a Dundee school.
A Police Scotland spokesman said the girl was taken to Ninewells Hospital but her injuries were not thought to be serious or life-threatening.
Traffic was backed up as commuters heading home for the weekend slowly passed the scene of the accident.
A passer-by who witnessed the aftermath said the blue lights and sirens of the emergency services could be seen and heard from outside the Dundee and Angus College campus in nearby Old Glamis Road.
He added: “There were at least two police cars and one van.
“There were about 20 students beside a bus stop being interviewed by a police officer. They looked shocked.
“The girl was inside the ambulance and there were some staff outside the school looking concerned. I couldn’t see a car at the scene.
“I hope the girl is OK.”
The police spokesman confirmed that no one had been arrested in connection with the accident.