A man was taken to hospital after a two-car crash on a major north-east road.
Emergency services were called to the A90 near Newburgh at around 8pm yesterday.
The man was assessed at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and released in the early hours of this morning.
Police Scotland closed the road in both directions between the A975 and the B9000 to allow for recovery of the vehicles, one of which was a white van.
The road was opened just over an hour later.
A90 RTC – UPDATEPolice Scotland can now confirm that the A90 has now reopened. Thank you for your patience.
Two fire appliances were also sent to the scene to stabilise one of the vehicles and provide lighting to allow other emergency services to work.
No one was cut from either of the vehicles.
A police spokesman said: “One male was taken to hospital, but was later released when he was found to be uninjured.
“The road was closed to allow for recovery of the vehicles, reopening at 9.10pm.”