A woman had to be cut free from a car after it ended up on its roof following a crash in Fife.
The incident happened at the Forgan Roundabout on the A92, just south of the Tay Bridge, on Saturday.
Firefighters used cutting equipment to rescue the woman, who was then taken to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee. The extent of her injuries are not known at this stage.
A man was also taken to hospital.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said they were alerted at around 11.37am.
He added: “Two appliances, one from Tayport and one from Blackness Road in Dundee, attended.”
The road remains closed.
Traffic Scotland advised: “The A92 has been closed southbound at the Tay Bridge Roundabout due to accident investigation works.
“Traffic is heavy on the bridge this afternoon with a local diversion in place.”
A police spokesperson said: “We received a report that a car was on its roof at the Forgan Roundabout, south of the Tay Bridge, around 11.40am on Saturday.
“Emergency services attended and a man and a woman were taken to Ninewells Hospital.
“The southbound lane is currently closed whilst officers carry out an investigation.”