Six people were taken to hospital following a one-vehicle crash on a Dundee road.
Police, fire and rescue and ambulance teams were all called to Emmock Road, near the Jack Martin Way Roundabout, at around 12.10pm on Monday.
Six people were rushed to Ninewells Hospital following the incident.
Five ambulances and a trauma team were called to the scene.
Police say nobody is believed to have been seriously injured.
An ambulance spokesman said: “We received a call at 12.10pm today to attend a road traffic collision on the A90 in Dundee.
“We dispatched five ambulances, our Tayside Trauma Team and a manager to the scene. We transported six patients to Ninewells Hospital.”
A police spokesman said: “Police Scotland attended a one car road traffic collision at the Jack Martin Way Roundabout on the A90 north of Fintry, Dundee, (at about) 12.20pm today.
“Fortunately, it appears that no-one has been seriously injured.”
Earlier reports had suggested only one person was taken to hospital.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue said: “We were called to a one-vehicle road traffic crash at Emmock Road.
“All persons were removed from the vehicle before emergency services arrived. We currently remain at the scene.”
Two appliances, one from Kingsway East and one from Blackness Road, attended the incident.