A woman whose car came to rest on a wall after a road crash has thanked those who came to her aid.
The 18-year-old driver, who has asked not to be named, was travelling on the B993 between Kemnay and Alford just after 9.30pm on Friday when her Kia Picanto left the road and she crashed into a wall.
She escaped without injury and a number of passing drivers, including Kerry Porter, of Keig, near Alford, stopped to help until her family arrived.
The driver thanked the Good Samaritans and also praised two police officers who attended at the scene.
The woman also thanked Matthew Milne, of AME Vehicle Service and Repair in Insch, who moved the car to safety.
She said: “Everyone’s help was very much appreciated. I am grateful for their assistance.”
Mr Milne added: “The car came to rest on a wall. Everyone was just glad that the woman wasn’t hurt.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police were called to the B993 at 9.38pm on Friday after receiving reports of a collision between a car and a wall.
“The car came to rest on a wall.”
He added: “Nobody was injured and paramedics were not requested to attend.”