Investigations are continuing into a crash involving a bus and two cars which left three people dead.
Four people were also taken to hospital after the incident on the A90 between Aberdeen and Dundee at Glenbervie, which happened at around 4.30pm on Tuesday.
Their injuries are said to be serious but not life-threatening, and they are being treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
None of the passengers on the Scottish Citylink bus were hurt but the driver sustained minor injuries, police said.
#A90 remains ⛔️CLOSED⛔️ in both directions at Glenbervie (south of Stonehaven) following yesterday’s road crash & will remain closed during the morning commute for crash investigation work. Expect delays & follow diversion. Drivers are thanked for their patience during closure pic.twitter.com/xWkgBH2xUY— Police Scotland Control Rooms (@polscotcontrol) March 13, 2019
The A90 remained closed on Wednesday as police continued their investigations into the crash.
Police said it was likely to be a “complex enquiry” that would take some time and appealed for information.
Road policing chief inspector Stewart Mackie said: “This has been a challenging incident for the emergency services to deal with and my thoughts are with the families of all those affected by this.
“I would ask that anyone who witnessed the incident and who hasn’t already spoken to the police contacts officers on 101 using reference number 2576 of March 12.”
A Scottish Citylink spokesman said on Wednesday: “One of our coaches travelling from Glasgow to Aberdeen was involved in a serious multi-vehicle accident this afternoon on the A90 near Glenbervie Junction.
“Our immediate thoughts are for those involved in the incident.
“Safety is our absolute priority and we will assist police with their inquiries into the circumstances.
“There were no reported injuries to passengers travelling on the coach and they were provided with alternative transport to take them to Aberdeen bus station.”