A90 reopens after fatal crash

Tailbacks on the A90 following the crash
Tailbacks on the A90 following the crash

The A90 has reopened this afternoon after a crash in which three people died.

The road was shut in both directions near Drumlithie for around 21 hours following the collision involving two cars, a Renault Megane and a Ford B Max and a City Link bus.

Police today confirmed that two men and one woman died following the crash, all of whom we occupants of a red Megane. The three are also believed to have been foreign nationals.

Another two people in the car, a man and a woman, were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

The male driver suffered minor injuries and the female passenger is being treated for serious, but not life threatening injuries.

Several ambulance units and a helicopter attended the scene, with two further people taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

Their injuries were described as serious but not life threatening.

The male bus driver sustained minor injuries.

None of the passengers on the bus were injured.

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