Traffic has been disrupted following a crash on a north-east road.
Police Scotland was made aware of a two-vehicle crash travelling southbound on the A90, just three miles from Peterhead, near Boddam.
The call was made to police at 5.05pm.
All occupants of the vehicles were out of the cars when Police Scotland and ambulance crews arrived.
There are not thought to be any major injuries, but one person did complain of neck issues.
A Police Scotland spokesman said that there was a “significant build up of traffic” in the area.
Emergency services are currently waiting for the vehicles to be recovered.
A Police Scotland spokesman said that the incident was cleared at 6.15pm.