A furious driver has hit out after police failed to charge a motorist who caused a three-car collision.
Alan Anderson, 60, had to hurl himself on to the passenger seat of his Honda Jazz to avoid being hurt as a Peugeot crashed into him.
The Peugeot had just clipped a Toyota Yaris at the junction of Lochee High Street and the Lochee bypass last Wednesday afternoon.
Alan, of Kenmore Terrace, suffered a damaged hip in the accident and said: “All my air bags were deployed and my car’s a write-off.
“The Peugeot driver was driving at speed. He came through a red light and later admitted he was liable.
“Nobody in any of the three cars was seriously injured and we swapped insurance details.
“But I cannot understand why the police have not prosecuted him.
“He admitted liability but the police have told me he was not charged.
“He hit me at a ‘give way’ sign and there were two independent witnesses to it all.
“The Peugeot first hit the Toyota Yaris which was a bit too far out into the dual carriageway, then it spun right into the side of me and I managed to throw myself across to the passenger side.
“But I am a bit sore and I have been a bit stressed out by the whole thing and find it difficult to sleep with all the hassle.”
Alan added: “I have been driving for 40 years and never had anything like this.
“I just find it strange he could go through a red light unless he was on a mobile phone or playing with the dog that was in the car.
“I am just annoyed that he has not been charged after causing an accident. I am going to make a complaint against the police.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers attended a three-car road traffic collision on the Lochee bypass on Wednesday February 13.
“Fortunately there were no serious injuries.”