Aberdeen crash causes rush-hour delays

Crash scene The crash happened on South Anderson Drive during rush-hour

A three-vehicle collision on a busy Aberdeen road caused major rush-hour delays.

The accident happened on South Anderson Drive near the Seafield Road and Cromwell Road roundabout at about 07:00 on Friday.

The incident led to long tailbacks in both directions.

Grampian Police set up diversions at the scene, and the road re-opened shortly after 08:30. No-one was believed to have been badly hurt.

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