Nine People Taken To Hospital Following A935 Bus Collision

Expert Calls For Answers Following Incident In Angus


Tayside Police have confirmed that nine people were hospitalised yesterday (December 12th) following a road traffic collision on the A935 near Brechin Castle Centre in Angus.

Reports have revealed six people were taken to Dundee’s Ninewells Hospital, with another three being sent to Brechin Infirmary and one other person being treated for injuries at the scene.

The incident, involving a bus and a tractor, led to the closure of the road for around two hours.

Irwin Mitchell represents people who have suffered serious injuries in road traffic accidents across the UK and abroad, including passengers injured in major collisions involving both buses and coaches.

Elaine Russell, Partner and expert in such cases at the firm’s Glasgow office, said: “The known facts surrounding the circumstances of this incident remain sketchy at present, but we hope that authorities are able to shed more light on the crash and ensure that road safety lessons can be learned from it.

“Having worked with numerous people injured in such incidents, we know how traumatic these incidents can be and the psychological and physical effects that they can cause.

“All of those involved will undoubtedly seeking answers over this collision so all aspects of the crash must be examined and considered.”