A woman had to be freed from her car after it overturned on a local road.
Emergency services were called to Craig O’Loch Road near the junction with Glamis Road at around 9am.
Only one car, which was left on its roof, was involved in the smash.
The female driver had to be freed from her vehicle by firefighters and paramedics.
The casualty’s injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Fire crews were called to the scene by the ambulance service and police officers.
The woman was “medically trapped” in the vehicle and was removed via a longboard.
The road was closed off for a time while the incident was being dealt with.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were called to assist at the one-vehicle road traffic collision at 9.03am.
“We had three appliances in attendance. One female casualty was medically trapped.
“We assisted paramedics in removing her from the vehicle and handed her into their care.
“We left the scene at 9.42am.”