A man had to be freed from his car following a one-vehicle crash on a north-east road this morning.
The A947 south of Oldmeldrum was closed for a short time as emergency services attended the incident, in which a car came off the road and into a field.
The male occupant of the car was medically removed from his vehicle and treated by ambulance staff at the scene.
The extent of his injuries are not known but are not thought to be serious.
Police confirmed that the road was shut for a short period of time for the car to be recovered.
A spokeswoman said: “Police were called at 10.20am on Saturday, 30 May, following a report that a car had left the A947 around two miles south of Oldmeldrum.
“The ambulance and fire services were also called to attend and the road was closed.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokesman said: “We were called out by police at 10.49am to assist as a car had left the road and stopped in a field
“Firefighters helped remove the male occupant and left him in the care of ambulance staff.”