A man is being treated for abdominal injuries after a two-car crash on the outskirts of Dundee.
The incident happened on Kellas Road, near the junction with Drumsturdy Road at around 2.50pm.
One male is being treated by paramedics, while the rest of those involved are said to have only mild injuries.
Police, the ambulance service and fire and rescue crews were on the scene, with some still remaining.
There are traffic restrictions around Drumsturdy Road, with some tailbacks reported.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We received a call at 2.52pm about a road traffic accident at Kellas Road.
“One male with abdominal injuries is being treated by the ambulance service. The rest are ‘walking wounded’ with mild injuries.
“There do not appear to be any life threatening injuries.”
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service also attended, but all casualties were released from the vehicles before they arrived.
A spokesman said: “We mobilised two appliances.
“The crews made the area safe and the stop message came at 3.05pm.”