Emergency services were called to a busy Edinburgh road this morning after a car overturned.
The incident happened shortly before 11am at the junction of Queensferry Road and Parkgrove Street.
One ambulance went to the scene to check the occupants of the car but no-one required hospital treatment.
A fire service spokeswoman from said paramedics had asked for assistance to “make the vehicle safe”. They got the call at 11.02am. Police also attended and there were traffic tailbacks while the incident was dealt with.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said: “We are in attendance at the corner of Parkgrove Street and Queensferry Road. We will not be taking anyone to hospital.”
He said he did not have details of how many people were in the car.