A motorist is to be reported for careless driving after a car left the A90 and crashed into a house.
Three people were taken to hospital following the two-car accident on the busy Perth to Dundee commuter route on Tuesday.
Emergency crews raced to the scene, about half-a-mile east of Glendoick, between Perth and Dundee, around 1.30pm.
Police said that one of the drivers involved in the collision will be reported to the procurator fiscal.
The accident involved a Volkswagen Tiguan and a white Kia Picanto.
The Tiguan — which collided with the house and came to rest at the side of the road — was badly damaged.
No one was inside the building at the time of the crash, according to firefighters.
Police Scotland initially said that no one had suffered any serious injuries.
However, three casualties were taken by ambulance to Ninewells Hospital for treatment.
The Tele understands they are not believed to have been seriously hurt.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received a call to attend an incident on the A90 at the Errol Station Road junction.
“We dispatched three ambulances, two special operations response teams and a manager to the scene.
“Three patients were transported to Ninewells Hospital.”
Specialist firefighters were called to the house to carry out a structural survey to ensure the building was safe.
Another fire appliance was on standby at the scene.
Dramatic pictures of the incident on social media showed severe damage to the gable end of the property.
Motorists reported delays of up to 45 minutes, with long tailbacks on the road.
One lane of the southbound carriageway was kept open as emergency services dealt with the incident.
Traffic Scotland urged drivers to allow extra time for their journeys and to approach with caution.