Three firefighters have been released from hospital after their fire engine crashed while returning from a call, the service has said.
The vehicle, from Peterhead station, was carrying five officers and was returning from a blaze at an unoccupied house when it crashed near Blakeshouse, Aberdeenshire, at about 2.15pm on Thursday.
A spokesman for Grampian Fire and Rescue Service said three male firefighters were slightly injured and were taken to Turriff hospital for treatment. They have now been released.
The service said the fire engine came off the road and landed on its side after sliding down a small, steep embankment. No other vehicles were involved in the crash.
An internal investigation into the incident is continuing and a reserve fire engine is providing cover in the Peterhead area.