Emergency services rushed to an incident involving a vehicle and a teenager on a busy Dundee road.
The incident took place on Berwick Drive, which connects Whitfield and Balumbie.
A witness said it appeared a young woman had been “clipped” by a car, with the Scottish Ambulance Service first on the scene – but there was no indication the driver was at fault.
Public stopped to assist injured teen
Police and members of the public were also seen parked up on a stretch of the Dundee road, between the Elms and Haddington Avenue.
However, police said today the injuries to the youngster were minor.
Checked over by paramedics
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers were called to attend Berwick Drive, Dundee, around 6.10pm on Monday June 7, following a collision between a car and a teenage pedestrian.
“The teenager was checked over by the ambulance service at the scene, and was not required to attend hospital.”
The Scottish Ambulance Service has been approached for comment.