Police have been called to a three-vehicle smash on a busy Dundee road.
It is understood a bus and two cars were involved in a collision on Arbroath Road near the Scott Fyffe roundabout around 12.20pm.
One passerby said: “It looks like a bad crash.”
It is understood a woman and a man, the drivers of two of the vehicles involved, both sustained injuries.
Both were treated at the scene by paramedics.
The woman had injured her head while the man hurt his chest.
Neither injury is thought to be life-threatening.
Bus company Xplore Dundee said its 28 and 29 services would be diverted down Craigie Avenue and Greendykes Road.
The road was closed between Craigie Avenue and the Scott Fyffe roundabout, causing delays for motorists.
The route reopened at about 3.30pm.
ARBROATH ROAD, DUNDEE NOW RE-OPENED
Thanks to all affected for your patience. Two people have been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries and the cars involved have been uplifted. pic.twitter.com/Oiqzi2Y6gJ
— TaysidePolice (@TaysidePolice) May 16, 2019