Fire crews have been called to Aberdeen beach after reports of a deer stuck under a car.
Two appliances from Aberdeen Central fire station have been dispatched to the Esplanade to deal with the incident.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokesman said: “There are two appliances on scene from Central fire station dealing with a one-car collision on the Esplanade.
“The crews are standing by, awaiting the arrival of a vet.
“The crews also have airbags that they will use to remove the animal.”
The spokesman said that the crews used the air bags, along with stabilisation equipment and lighting to free the animal.
The condition of the deer is not currently known.
Crews left the scene at 5.50pm.
The fire service made Police Scotland aware of the incident, but were not required to attend.