A lorry driver has been cut free from his vehicle this morning following a crash in the north-east.
The man was driving an HGV along the A941 by Fogwatt, around four miles south of Elgin at 6.50am when the vehicle careered off the road.
Officers were called to the scene and enlisted the help of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in a bid to free him.
Three fire crews – from Elgin, Rothes and Lossiemouth – attended the crash.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Fire officers managed to free a male from the vehicle and he has been taken to Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin.”
It is understood the man’s injuries are not life-threatening or serious.
The road remains closed in both directions up to the Elgin roundabout and local road diversions are in place.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “One person was trapped and we had a saw in use, fencing ladder and hydraulic cutting gear.”