Two people were trapped in a car after a side-on smash at a busy Dundee roundabout.
Police and fire services were called out to the two-vehicle crash on Old Glamis Roundabout, on the Kingsway, at 11.25am today.
Two people were initially trapped in one of the vehicles but have since been freed. There were no injuries reported.
An eyewitness said: “A Mercedes Benz A-Class and a blue Vauxhall Corsa crashed into each other.
“The A-Class looked bad at the driver’s side – I don’t think the driver could climb out, there was no way of getting out of there.”
Bus firm Xplore Dundee were forced to redirect their buses as a result of the smash.
The company posted on Facebook “Due to an RTC on Old Glamis Road, services 18 | 23 | 137 | 138 (towards City Centre) currently diverted via: Kingsway, Strathmartine Road & Park Road.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We are attending a non-injury road traffic collision on Old Glamis Road, in which two vehicles have been involved.
“We are attending along with the Fire Service. Two people were trapped but were unhurt.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman added that they had been asked to attend, but were not required to assist with extracting anyone from their cars.