Emergency services were called to a two-car smash at a busy junction which left one of the vehicles a “write-off”.
The incident happened on Lochee Road, near the junction with Cleghorn Street, shortly after 6.30pm on Thursday.
Police and the ambulance service were in attendance.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said there were no reports of injuries.
The driver of a Mercedes which was involved in the accident was issued with a fixed penalty notice.
A witness who drove past the incident said one of the vehicles was a “total write-off”.
He said: “I was driving past shortly after 7.30pm when I saw the two vehicles.
“There didn’t appear to be anyone trapped in the cars.
“Both of the vehicles in the crash were stopped on Lochee Road and they were facing in the direction of Rankine Street. I know that junction at Cleghorn Street can be problematic with cars trying to get out on to Lochee Road.
“When we drove down Rankine Street there was a police officer directing traffic and an ambulance parked on Cleghorn Street. There were a number of concerned bystanders looking on.
“The red car looked to have come off a lot worse – it looked a total write-off in comparison to the silver Mercedes. I just hope no one was seriously injured. It is a very busy stretch of road with cars and pedestrians.”
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said the force was informed shortly before 6.40pm on Thursday night.
She said: “We received reports of a two-vehicle collision on Lochee Road.
“There were no reports of injuries and one of the drivers was issued with a fixed penalty notice.”
The incident happened just weeks after another collision at the same junction. The two-car smash on June 5 saw one of the vehicle’s bumpers torn off.
West End councillor Fraser Macpherson previously called for a review of the junction at Cleghorn Street and the wider area of Rankine Street and Dundhope Terrace.