A busy Angus road was forced to close after an HGV crashed into a railway bridge.
The incident took place on the A92 Dundee to Stonehaven road near Inverkeilor.
There were no injuries, however police closed the road until about 1pm.
An earlier Tayside Police Division statement read: “The A92 is currently closed near Inverkeilor following an RTC involving an HGV and a railway bridge.
“No-one is injured, but the road is blocked and may be for some time.”
The road was reopened after Network Rail confirmed the bridge to be safe following the crash.
A92 OPEN AGAIN
The A92 at Inverkeillor has ben re-opened after the earlier RTC. Network Rail have examined the bridge and confirmed it is safe. Thanks to all affected for your patience while we dealt with this. pic.twitter.com/M2JboyY5Dl
— TaysidePolice (@TaysidePolice) March 22, 2019
Rail services from Aberdeen to Edinburgh and Glasgow were initially affected by the incident, which took place at noon.
However trains are now running as normal.
CLEARED: Disruption caused by a road vehicle colliding with a bridge at #Arbroath has now ended. Services: between Aberdeen and Edinburgh, between Aberdeen and Glasgow Queen Street are no longer affected by this problem. ^MF
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) March 22, 2019
More to follow.