A man has been charged after a car collided with a row of parked vehicles on a residential street.
Police and fire crews were in attendance at Forfar Road, in the Stobswell area of the city, at around 4am on Thursday, after a white Audi A6 collided with the cars.
Firefighters worked to secure the Audi as police officers carried out inquiries among residents.
The Audi came to a stop after pushing a Mini on to the pavement.
It is understood that the male driver of the Audi – a male – was not injured in the collision.
Police confirmed that a man has now been charged in connection with the incident, but did not specify what offence he is alleged to have committed.
One resident whose car wheel was knocked off, said it was a “miracle” that there was no one passing at the time of the accident.
He said: “I was woken up at the back of 4am by a neighbour telling me there had been an accident.
“I went outside and there was a Mini that had been pushed off the road.
“Then I saw that my car had been involved and the back wheel was off my car. I was very disgruntled.”
One witness, whose car was also damaged, said she had been woken up by a loud bang in the street outside.
She said: “The noise was really loud. You would have heard it from the top of the street to the bottom. The Mini was pushed right outside my house. It could have been really serious if someone was walking on the pavement.
“If it was during the day, then there would have been pedestrians and other cars on the road – there is also a school nearby so there could have been kids going past.”
Another resident said: “There were bits of car lying on the road and wheels hanging off.
“Thank god no one was hurt – it’s a bit of a miracle really.”
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue said: “We received a call at 4.27am and two appliances attended.
“We made the vehicle involved safe and stood down.”