A six-year-old girl and a male have been rushed to hospital following a “serious” collision on the A90.
Emergency services arrived at the scene of the accident, near Tealing, shortly after 3.30pm following a crash involving a car and a lorry.
Witnesses described seeing police erect a white tent surrounding the crash site in the aftermath of the accident.
It is understood the lorry was stationary in a lay-by when the accident happened.
The car collided with the rear of the lorry, understood to be from Dumfries-based haulage firm Currie European.
The condition of the victims — both from the car — is believed to be life-threatening.
⛔ #A90 S/B CLOSED at Tealing (N of Dundee) due to serious RTC
Emergency services in attendance ???
Local diversion for small vehicles
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) June 6, 2016
The heavy rescue unit is in attendance, along with members of Scottish Fire and Rescue and the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Delays on the A90 are expected, HGV lorries are currently being stacked at Tealing and all other traffic is being diverted via Moatmill.