Firefighters had to free a casualty from a car after a serious crash at a Dundee roundabout.
Emergency crews were called to the Struans roundabout on the A90 Forfar Road after the collision around 12pm.
One person was trapped in the car and had to be freed by firefighters using hydraulic cutting gear.
Two cars and a lorry are said to have been involved.
One car was left extensively damaged at the side of the road.
The condition of the casualty is not known but it is understood the person was being treated in an ambulance at the scene by paramedics.
A spokesman for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “One person was trapped in a car at the scene following the accident involving two cars and an articulated lorry.
“Fire officers using hydraulic cutting equipment took 20 minutes to free the person trapped.
“The person was then transferred to a waiting ambulance where they were treated by paramedics.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We received a call from the Scottish Ambulance Service at noon to attend a three vehicle collision where one person was trapped in their vehicle.”