The main street in Alford has been reopened following a three-vehicle crash that reportedly left one man injured.
Emergency services attended the scene after the first reports were received at around 2.15pm.
Pictures from the scene show a white Skoda on its side, with the airbag released.
The vehicles were removed from the scene and the road was reopened around 4pm.
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A police spokeswoman said: “Around 2.15pm this afternoon we received a report of a road crash involving three cars on the Main Street in Alford.
“Emergency services are in attendance, and there are reports of one man being injured.”
A spokesman for the fire service said: “We received a call at 2.20pm from the ambulance to a three-vehicle RTC.
“We mobilised two pumps, one from Alford and one from Aboyne.
“We carried out scene safety and the stop message came in at 2.37pm.”