A bus company has confirmed it is carrying out its own internal investigation after a bus crashed into a historic Aberdeen bridge.
Emergency services were called to the scene at the Wellington Suspension Bridge on Riverside Drive on Friday after the double decker bus, which wasn’t carrying any passengers, smashed into the structure.
As a result of the incident, the road was closed for two hours, which caused lengthy delays across the south of the city.
A First Bus spokesman has since confirmed the firm is carrying out its own investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.
They added that the driver was not injured as a result of the accident.
The bus company previously said the bus was not in service at the time of the crash.
Aberdeen City Council has confirmed no damage was caused to the bridge.
The Wellington Suspension Bridge, also known as the Chain Bridge, was designed by Captain Samuel Brown and the Aberdeen City architect John Smith.
It was first opened to pedestrians in November 1830 and to traffic in May 1831.
The bridge was later closed in 1984 to vehicles and then pedestrians in 2002, before being restored in 2006/07 and pedestrian use reinstated in 2008.