Two drivers have been taken to hospital following a serious crash on an Aberdeen road.
The man and woman had to be cut free from the crash, with the woman suffering serious
chest and back injuries.
The man is also in hospital with a leg injury which is not thought to be serious.
The incident occurred on Kirkhill Road in Dyce at about 6.40am and involved a white Kia Sportage and a red Kia Rio.
One female has been taken to ARI with potentially serious injuries and one man is in ARI with a leg injury which is not thought to be serious.
Both drivers had to be cut free from the cars.
Police, fire and ambulance services are currently on the scene.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We received a call at 6.45am about a two-vehicle collision on Kirkhill Road.
“One casualty has been removed from a vehicle using cutting gear.”
Kirkhill Road and Howe Moss Road are both currently closed due to the incident.
Police Scotland would like to advise motorists that there is a road closure in Dyce at the junction of Kirkhill Road and…
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We are currently attended a two-vehicle collision on Kirkhill Road.
“We received the call at 6.46am.
“Kirkhill Road and Howe Moss Road are both closed and fire and ambulance are on the scene.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: ”
A spokesperson said: “We received a call at 06.39 hours today to attend a road traffic collision on Kirkhall Road in Aberdeen.
“We dispatched two ambulances, a Paramedic Response Unit and our special operations to the scene. We transported two patients, a woman and a man, to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”