Three people had to be taken to hospital after a car ended up on its roof when the driver lost control and came off the road during bad weather on the M8.
Emergency services were alerted to the one-vehicle crash at J3 (West Lothian) eastbound near Livingston shortly after midnight on Saturday.
The Scottish Ambulance Service attended and transported the casualties to hospital as a precaution.
Police Scotland said no one was seriously injured in the accident, but warned drivers to slow down when the road is wet.
Road Policing Scotland posted a picture of the crash, stating: “Please remember to drive to the prevailing weather conditions.”
A force spokeswoman added: “Officers were called at around 12.15am on Saturday to a one-vehicle collision at J3 near Livingston.
“The Scottish Ambulance Service attended. Three people were taken to hospital as a precaution.
“There were no serious injuries.
“The vehicle was recovered this morning.”