One lane has now reopened on a major North-east road after three lorries crashed.
The A90 near Fordoun was blocked southbound following the incident at around 12.50pm.
Police Scotland has confirmed one lane is now opened.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a crash on a major North-east road.
One man was trapped in his vehicle following the incident.
He was cut free and taken to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee by air ambulance.
A second person has been transferred to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by road ambulance.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said the condition of both men was unknown.
He said: “Two casualties were have been taken to hospital.
“One has been flown to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and the other has been taken by road ambulance to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”
Police, fire, ambulance and the helimed were called to the scene at 12.50pm
A police spokeswoman said: “It’s on the A90 southbound.
“One driver got out of the lorry himself.
“The other lorry driver was trapped in his vehicle.”
The road’s southbound carriageway is expected to be closed for around three to four hours.
She added: “Motorists are being diverted into Fordoun.”
A fire spokeswoman said they had cut one man free and he was then assessed at the scene.
She said: “We have cut the man free and his injuries were assessed with the air ambulance waiting to go.”
ROAD CLOSED: A90 Southbound at Fordoun following a RTC. Diversions will be put in place onto A92. #ABZTravel
— NE Roads Updates (@PolScotRoadsNE) April 21, 2016
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