A male pedestrian has been taken to hospital with “very serious” injuries after being knocked down by a car in Angus on Saturday night.
The 28-year-old was rushed to Ninewells Hospital following the accident, which happened near Barry Buddon shortly before 11pm.
The man was hit by a Honda Civic.
A spokeswoman for Tayside Division of Police Scotland confirmed the A930 at Barry Buddon was closed after the incident, which saw the man taken directly to hospital along the A92.
She said: “There was a collision that happened around 10.50pm last night.
“It was 100 metres west of Buddon Road, on the A930 at Barry Buddon, and involved a male pedestrian aged 28 and a car.
“He was taken to Ninewells Hospital with serious injuries.
“No one else was injured in the incident and the road was closed overnight, with diversions put in place.
“The driver was at the scene when police attended and the vehicle involved was a Honda Civic.”
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We attended an incident near Barry last night at 10.53pm, and a male was taken directly to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee for treatment.
No one else was injured and no further details are available on the man’s condition.”
It is not known which direction the man was walking in or the circumstances of the incident, but police are appealing for witnesses to come forward and aid their enquiries.
Tayside Division confirmed no charges have been made over the incident.
The police spokeswoman added: “If anyone has further information regarding this incident, Police Scotland can be contacted on 101.
“Alternatively information can be provided anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”