Police are appealing for information after a cyclist was hit by a car.
The incident in Lochee’s Methven Street involved a blue-coloured car.
A Lochee resident, who declined to be named, said: “I just saw the police vehicles.
“We had no idea what had happened but there was a police car and a van in the street.”
Paul Grossi, from Grossi’s Lochee Dry Cleaning Centre, said: “I don’t know what happened.
“However, I’m surprised someone was knocked down as traffic is quite slow in that street. That said, though, there are not enough parking spaces since the car parks were removed. You can’t get parked in the street.
“People park in the loading bays when they shouldn’t.”
However, ex-Lochee councillor Tam Ferguson said: “The whole area is up in arms about speeding, about cars and signage and things like that.
“Methven Street is supposed to be quiet but I’m constantly getting calls about this. It is a very busy junction and residents are genuinely concerned.”
A resident, who did not wish to be named, said it was fortunate that no one has been killed .
He said: “There are problems with speeding along Tofthill, as well as cars going the wrong way up Bright Street.
“We are just waiting for a head–on collision.”
Myles McCallum, from Save Our High Street Lochee, said: “I heard about it. Methven Street is usually quite slow.
“The layout of the surrounding streets has been changed a few times over the years, going from a two–way street to one–way on the High Street, as well as changing the one–way direction, which could cause some confusion.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers attended Methven Street at about 11.40am on Thursday in response to a reported road traffic collision involving a cyclist and a blue car.
“The cyclist was taken to Ninewells Hospital for checks but was not seriously injured.
“The car and driver involved have still to be traced.”
Witnesses are asked to call 101.