An event highlighting the dangers faced on north-east roads will be held in an Aberdeenshire town this weekend.
Crash Live at the Garioch Community Centre, Inverurie, will highlight the importance of road safety and the dangers of anti-social driving.
The road safety event, taking place on Saturday, April 4, is a collaboration between Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, the Scottish Ambulance Service and the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership.
The day will begin with a short presentation from each of the emergency services representatives and a staged crash in the centre’s car park demonstrating how the various teams deal with serious collisions.
Each service will then give an individual presentation on the role they play in crashes before answering questions from the public.
Inspector Jonathan Millar, of Garioch’s community policing team, said: “Crash Live is a multi-agency event organised to help us get the message across about the dangers of antisocial and inappropriate driving.
“Last weekend the event was held in Huntly and was positively received by those who attended.
“It is hoped that holding it again in Inverurie, we can promote road safety messages to drivers of all ages from the Garioch area or those with an interest in the work of the emergency services.
“It’s a free event, open to anyone and there is no need to book a place. We look forward to welcoming anyone who wishes to attend and to demonstrating the work we do.”
Crash Live starts at 2pm at the centre and runs until 4pm