A teenage driver was taken to hospital after his car crashed into a wall.
Emergency services were called just before 11.30pm on Wednesday to reports of a one-vehicle collision involving an 18-year-old man.
The man was at the wheel of the car and there were no passengers.
It is not thought his injuries were serious but he was taken by ambulance to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
The accident happened on the B9128 just outside Muirdrum on the Carnoustie to Forfar Road near the gates to Panmure Estate.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We were called to a one-vehicle crash on the B9128 around 11.30pm.
“One car was involved. It had collided with a wall near the gates to Panmure Estate.
“The 18-year-old driver was the only person in the car.
“He was taken by an ambulance to Ninewells Hospital but his injuries are understood to have not been serious.
“Two police units attended the accident and left the scene just before 1am.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said they were called by police to go to the scene to clear debris.
He said: “We got the call just before 11.30pm.
“One appliance from Carnoustie attended. We were not involved in removing the driver from the car.
“It is not thought that he was seriously injured.”
Residents and passing motorists reported seeing a large police and ambulance presence around the scene of the crash.
One witness said: “There was a heavy emergency vehicle presence on the road just north of Muirdrum near to the Panmure Estate Gates.
“There seemed to have been an accident on the sharp bend up near the Panmure Estate gates.
“Police, fire brigade and ambulance were all in attendance.”
Another witness said: “There were a lot of emergency vehicles.
“It looked like there had been an accident just on the bad bend near to Panmure Estate. “
The accident was the second one in Angus this week.
Police are appealing for information after a collision on Tuesday morning on the B9113 Pitkennedy to Gowanbank just outside Forfar.
A 26-year-old male driver was taken to hospital with what were described at the time as serious injuries.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the collision to come forward.”