An Aberdeen bridge has now re-opened following a collision earlier this evening.
The Rob Roy bridge at the A93 in Peterculter was shut just after 4.30pm after reports of a car crashing into a wall.
Emergency services were in attendance at the scene.
The bridge was closed due to the damage, and diversions put in place.
Now the site has re-opened, however there are still lane restrictions in place.
A statement from Police Scotland said: “Police Scotland officers confirm the Rob Roy Bridge at Peterculter has now partially re-opened, although lane restrictions are currently in force. It is unknown when the road will be fully open.”