Two cars crashed on one of the north-east’s busiest roads yesterday.
A gold Subaru Impreza and the silver BMW collided on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road at the Toll of Birness at about 5.15pm.
Fire and rescue, ambulance and police services were all called to the scene, however nobody is believed to have been injured.
Two fire appliances were called to the incident from Ellon and Peterhead.
The road was partially blocked around the incident for almost an hour between the B977 Balmedie to Belhelvie road and the A975 Newburgh to Cruden Bay road.
It was cleared after an hour.
A police spokesman said: “It was a two-vehicle accident and, to my knowledge, there were no injuries. It came to us at 5.15pm.
“One car was partially blocking the road, but there were no major issues, traffic was getting by and there were no diversions in place.”
A fire and rescue spokesman said: “We got the call at 5.20pm, we had two pumps from Ellon and one from Peterhead, but there were no persons trapped and nobody had to be freed.”
An ambulance spokeswoman said: “We had two crews and a paramedic response unit in attendance.
“There is no information on injuries. We got the call at 5.13pm.”
It was the second incident on the A90 yesterday after a car collided with a lamppost at the Cock and Bull restaurant, near Balmedie, at about 2pm.
The road was not closed, however there were tailbacks on the route.
Nobody was hurt in the incident.
The police spokesman added: “We had one road traffic collision, it took place outside the Cock and Bull on the A90.
“It was one car versus a lamppost. There were no injuries, it was very minor.”