Two vehicles have crashed on an Aberdeenshire road said to have been affected by an inch of snow.
Two people are being seen to by paramedics following the incident on the northbound A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, between Insch and Huntly at around 1.45pm.
The crash is said to have happened at a crawler lane on the road.
There is said to be around an inch of snow on the road at the moment, while showers have also been reported in Deeside.
A police spokeswoman said: “There was a collision on the A96 before Huntly and it is near the crawler lane. We were phoned by the fire and rescue service at 1.45pm.
“I think there was two people from different vehicles they were attending to. There was an inch of snow on the roads and it was icy.”
@Beathhigh Four seasons in one day. I remember a picninc in the snow at Banchory.
— Magda_Horrocks (@Isdancing) April 26, 2015
Only in Scotland could we have snow in April ❄️⛳️
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