This article was published on November 12th, 2012
A Scottish woman has been cut free from her car after a car accident during rush-hour this morning.
She was traveling along the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road when she collided with another vehicle.
The accident happened at around 8:50am at the Fordoun junction around three miles north or Laurencekirk.
Emergency services were called to the scene and specialist cutting equipment had to be used to cut the woman free from her vehicle.
“We took one female casualty to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with a neck injury,” a member of the ambulance crew confirmed.
The driver of the second car was believed to have walked away from the accident without any injuries.
A spokesperson for the Police later confirmed that the collision involved a Volkswagen car and Peugeot car.
Despite happening on the northbound carriageway both the north and sound-bound routes were closed down to a single lane while emergency services cleared up the wreckages.
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