Emergency services are in attendance at a “serious crash” which took place on King Street this morning.
A female pedestrian is being treated by paramedics after being struck by a lorry.
Police received the call at 11.40am and are currently at the scene, at the roundabout where St Machar Drive meets King Street.
Further to the incident on St Machar Drive, our buses will be diverted in the following way:
1/1A/2: will be diverted along via the beach
20: Once out of Aberdeen Uni heading towards Dubford, bus will go over the Diamond Bridge and down Balgownie Road, then resume normal again.
— First Aberdeen (@FirstAberdeen) September 10, 2018
The road is closed to the north and south of the roundabout.
A police spokeswoman said: “We are in attendance at a serious crash on King Street.
“Local diversions are in place and we urge motorists to avoid the area while emergency services attend the incident.”
Officers are currently in attendance in the King Street/ St Machar Drive area of #Aberdeen following a serious road traffic collision near the roundabout earlier this morning. Local diversions will be put in place and motorists are asked to avoid the area meantime #ABZTravel
— NorthEastPolice (@NorthEPolice) September 10, 2018