Three people have been injured after a bus smashes into scaffolding in Aberdeen city centre.
The incident, also involving a white Volkswagen, happened at around 11.40am on Union Street near Gilcomstoun Church.
Two ambulances attended and transferred two patients to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A third, believed to be the driver of the Volkswagan, was treated at the scene by paramedics but did not need to be taken to hospital.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “We were called to a two-vehicle crash involving a bus and a car.
“The bus appears to have mounted the pavement and hit scaffolding.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman added: “We took two to hospital while paramedics treated another person who didn’t require hospital treatment.”
A spokesman for First Aberdeen said the company are assisting police with their investigation.
They added: “We can confirm that a car was in collision with one of our vehicles at the junction of Union Street and Summer Street, Aberdeen.
“As the bus driver took evasive action, his bus then collided with street furniture and scaffolding at the side of the road.
“Our thoughts are with all of those affected by this morning’s incident.”