A car was completely burnt out after an early morning crash in the north-east this morning.
It happened on the A90 at Stonehaven, near the Den of Logie turn-off at around 6.30am.
A Citroen C2 caught fire after it was in a collision with a council vehicle.
A police spokesman said no one was injured in the incident.
He added: “One vehicle was left entirely burnt out after the collision. No one was injured as everybody was out in time.
“One lane was closed northbound on the A90 as a result.”
The road was fully re-opened at 7.36am.
A fire service spokeswoman said three appliances, two from Stonehaven and one from Aberdeen, were sent to the scene.
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She said: “There were two vehicles involved and one ended up on fire. We extinguished the fire using a hose reel jet and foam.
“We have now left the scene and handed it over to the police.”