At least two dead in collision involving bus and cars
Emergency services have been called to the A90 at Drumlithie in Aberdeenshire.
At least two people have died in a crash involving bus and cars on the A90.
Emergency services have been called to Drumlithie in Aberdeenshire at 4.30pm on Tuesday.
At least two people have been pronounced dead at the scene following the smash.
A number of vehicles have been involved, including a bus, with around 25 firefighters being called.
The road has been closed in both directions following the smash, causing tailbacks for miles.
Those travelling to Ibrox for the Scottish Cup tie between Rangers and Aberdeen are also facing delays.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman added: "We have five appliances and one is a heavy rescue appliance.
"It is involving a bus and three cars."
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman added: "We received a call at 4.31pm to attend road traffic collision on the A90 in Drumlithie.
"We dispatched four ambulances, our special operations team, our trauma team, a helimed resource, a 3RU unit, a patient transport resource and a manager to the scene."