A huge emergency operation is taking place to free someone trapped in a vehicle after a crash on a Dundee street.
At least 20 emergency services personnel are on the scene after a three-vehicle collision on the junction of Drumgeith Road and Summerfield Avenue.
Five fire appliances and three ambulances are in attendance. A police blockade is in place.
A witness said: “I was driving along Drumgeith Road when I noticed a number of fire vehicles were parked on the road itself, and I could see ambulances too.
“There was a police officer motioning to traffic to turn back and go the other way – the whole junction was blocked off.
“I think there’s someone trapped inside a blue Mercedes that the paramedics are trying to get out.”
A spokesperson for the fire service said: “A call came in at 16.07.
“There is a a possible report of persons in a vehicle. A female has been trapped in a third vehicle and there is an emergency plan being enacted.
“The crews are using cutting gear to extricate the passenger from the vehicle.”
A police statement said: “Officers are currently in attendance at road traffic collision on Drumgeith Road, Dundee.
“The road is partially blocked. Motorists are asked to seek an alternative route meantime.”