Three dead after crash on A90 between Aberdeen and Dundee
Three people have died and four others been taken to hospital after three vehicles collided between Aberdeen and Dundee.
It happened on the A90 at Glenbervie at about 4.30pm, and involved a red Renault Megane, a silver Ford B Max and a Megabus bus.
Police said it was likely to be a “complex enquiry” and the road would be closed for “some time”.
One person was airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, while the other three injured people were taken there by road ambulance.
Their injuries are serious but not life-threatening, Police Scotland said.
While the male bus driver suffered minor injuries, none of his passengers was hurt.
Chief inspector Stewart Mackie said it had been a “challenging incident for the emergency services to deal with”.
He added: “The road is anticipated to remain closed for some time to allow collision investigation to take place.
“This is likely to be a complex enquiry that will take some time.”
:: Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting reference number 2576 of 12 March.
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