Motorists faced lengthy delays travelling north on the A90 after two Mercedes cars were involved in a collision.
The crash, just north of Stonehaven, in Aberdeenshire happened at 7.57am on Wednesday. No one was injured as a result of the collision.
A spokeswoman for Grampian Police said the fire service had also attended the scene as a precaution.
She said officers were at the scene and were assisting to divert traffic. She added that the road remained open but that traffic was moving slowly.
Motorists were being advised to seek an alternative route if possible.
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