Three people have been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary as a precaution following a two-vehicle crash on the A90 Fraserburgh to Peterhead road.
The crash, which took place this afternoon at around 2pm, is not thought to have caused any severe or life-threatening injuries to those involved.
But three people from a silver Vauxhall Corsa, who had to be cut free at the scene, have been taken to ARI as a precaution. The sole driver of the Vauxhall Vectra involved is not believed to be injured.
Constable Richard Cooper, who is diverting traffic at the scene, said: “We had a two vehicle road traffic collision this afternoon at the cross roads to St Combs on the A90. There are no serious or fatal injuries.”
A spokeswoman for the force added that they were made aware of the crash at around 2.10pm.
She said: “The silver Corsa’s occupants have been taken to hospital. So far, there is no talk of life-threatening or serious injury.”
A spokeswoman for the fire service told the Press and Journal that three units – two from Fraserburgh and one from Peterhead – were at the scene.
“They released three persons from one of the vehicles. The other vehicle had no persons trapped,” she said.