Two people have been taken to hospital after a lorry and dump truck crashed on the Aberdeen bypass.
A lorry driver was cut free after the incident this morning.
Sections of the bypass, including northbound from Stonehaven and westbound from Charleston were closed following the collision.
The route reopened at 3.30pm.
Police were called to the Cleanhill Roundabout at 11.10am, after the crash between a lorry and what has been described as a “dump truck”.
Five fire engines were called to the collision, but it was then scaled back to three.
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A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received a call today at 11.14am to attend a road traffic collision at the Cleanhill Roundabout.
“We dispatched two ambulances, a paramedic response unit, a manager and a special operation vehicle to the scene.
“We transported two patients to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”