An 80-year-old man has been charged in connection with a crash which left a car on its roof in Dundee.
Police said the pensioner had been issued with a fixed penalty following a collision on Broughty Ferry Road at about 4.50pm on Tuesday.
The accident led to major rush hour delays with traffic heading into Dundee city centre diverted along Arbroath Road.
Several police officers stood at different junctions in the area to direct traffic.
A spokeswoman said: “Police Scotland can confirm that an 80-year-old man has been charged and issued with a conditional offer of fixed penalty in connection with a road traffic offence following a collision involving a silver Citroen C3 and a blue Ford Focus on Broughty Ferry Road, Dundee.”
Resident Azim Salami said he heard a “loud thud” as the two vehicles collided.
He added: “Some friends of ours were passing and phoned to say there had been an accident.
“They stopped and I think it was them who pulled a man from the car.
“He wasn’t seriously hurt. He just had cuts to his face.”