A driver has been charged following a three-vehicle crash on a north-east road.
The smash, which involved a white Dacia Duster SUV, a green Citroen Berlingo van and a blue Renault HGV, occurred on the A90, south of Peterhead, at around 2pm yesterday.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “A motorist has been charged following a three-vehicle crash on the A90.
“We attended the scene and closed the road temporarily at the McDonald’s roundabout and the south side of the road to Boddam while awaiting vehicle recovery.
“Paramedics treated injuries at the scene, but they were not thought to be life-threatening.”
Fire crews were also called to the scene after concerns a vehicle was emitting smoke.
The incident was one of a series of crashes on north-east roads.
A woman was cut from the wreckage of a smash at the new Stonehaven roundabout yesterday morning.
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Police were called to the incident, involving a car and a minibus, just after 9.30am.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We received reports of a two-vehicle crash on the A90 at Stonehaven roundabout at 9.33am.
“A woman was cut from the wreckage but her injuries were not thought to be life threatening.
“We temporarily closed one lane of the southbound carriageway while we attended to the scene, and we wish to thank drivers for their patience.”
Fire crews used hydraulic cutting equipment to free the female motorist.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “Crews used two sets of hydraulic equipment, two reciprocating saws and one hosereel jet.”
A third incident, involving a black Jaguar XJ car and a white Fiat van, occurred on the A92 on Saturday morning.
Police were called to the southern Portlethen junction and temporarily closed the road.
The female driver of the Jaguar was treated for minor injuries by paramedics at the scene.