Driver injured after two lorries crash on Dundee road
The man had to be rescued by emergency services on Monday afternoon.
Emergency services have rescued a driver from his wrecked cab after a collision with a second lorry in Dundee.
The crash, on Dundee's Coupar Angus Road, happened at around 1.30pm on Monday.
The 37-year-old male driver was stretchered into an ambulance at approximately 2.50pm. He sustained non-life threatening injuries to his lower leg.
The second driver is believed to be uninjured.
A diversion is still in place between Dunsinane Industrial Estate and Lochee roundabout whilst a specialist recovery vehicle arrives from Stirling.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson confirmed: "We are currently in attendance at a road traffic accident.
"We have four appliances present as well as a heavy rescue vehicle."