Two men have been taken to hospital following a crash today under a north-east railway bridge.
The incident, involving a car and a van, happened at 7.40am under the railway bridge at the junction with the A96 and B9002, the Oyne Fork.
Emergency services were called to the scene, but it is believed that no one was seriously injured as a result.
Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “It was between a van and a car, a Citroen Berlingo and a Volkswagen Polo.”
“Fire were there to assist one person out of their vehicle, they weren’t seriously injured but they couldn’t get the door open.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman added: “We had two appliances there, eight crew members.
“We released one male casualty from the vehicle, and he was assisted by the ambulance service.
“The person in the car was out on arrival.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received a call at 7.44am today to attend a road traffic collision at the Oyne Fork junction in Aberdeenshire.
“We dispatched our special operations team and two ambulances to the scene. Two patients were
transported to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”
The road was to be reopened after the vehicles were recovered.
There has been no structural damage to the bridge as a result of the crash.