Three casualties have been taken to hospital after a car came off the A90 and crashed into the side of a house.
Emergency crews were called to the scene, about half a mile east of Glendoick, between Perth and Dundee, following the smash at about 1.30pm.
It’s understood a collision occurred on the dual carriageway resulting in a VW Tiguan coming off the road and into the home.
A white Kia Picanto was the other car involved.
Firefighters at the scene said no one was in the building at the time of the crash.
Police Scotland initially said that no one suffered any serious injuries.
The ambulance service, however, said that three casualties were taken to Ninewells Hospital.
No information was given on the extent off their injuries, but they are not believed to be serious.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “We received a call today to attend an incident on the A90 at the Errol Station Road Junction.
“We dispatched three ambulances, two Special Operations Response Teams and a manager to the scene.
“Three patients were transported to Ninewells Hospital.”
Specialist firefighters were called to the building to carry out a structural survey to ensure the building was safe.
Another fire engine was at the scene on standby.