A man in his 70s has been cut free after his car overturned at an Aberdeen shopping centre.
The green Seat Ibiza is said to have collided with a bollard at the entrance to car park at the Asda on Links Road, near Aberdeen Beach, at about 3.35pm.
One man was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after the vehicle overturned and allegedly rolled.
The police, ambulance and fire and rescue services were all called to the scene.
The nature of the man’s injuries is not known however a police spokesman said they were not “life-threatening”.
The entrance to the retail park was blocked for about half an hour, with the road partially closed until 5pm.
A fire and rescue spokeswoman said: “We sent two appliances from Aberdeen Central. We got the call at 3.40pm. We did attend to release a person.
“We removed the roof of the vehicle so that the person could be safely removed. He was treated by the ambulance on scene.”
An ambulance spokesman said: “We received the emergency call at just before 3.40pm. Two ambulances were on scene. A male in his 70s was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in a stable condition.”
A police spokeswoman said: “There was a one vehicle collision in the Asda car park. The vehicle has collided with a bollard. I think it had overturned.”