Two people have been taken to hospital after a bus crash involving a pick-up north of Dumfries.
The single-decker Stagecoach bus crashed near the Irongray junction between Holyrood and Auldgirth on the A76 and ended up in a ditch.
The accident happened just before 5pm on Wednesday evening.
The driver of the bus had to be cut from the badly damaged cab, but the only passenger on board was able to walk free.
Both were taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary where their injuries were not thought to be life threatening.
A woman was badly injured in a road crash on the A76 Dumfries - Kilmarnock Road on Saturday 22nd August, which completely blocked the road for six hours.
The road was closed at Friars Carse after the crash involving two cars around 3.40pm.
A man and woman from seperate cars were taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary after the crash.
They were freed from their vehicles by emergency services who were called to the scene before 5pm last night.
The driver of a Fiat Panda car, a 62-year-old Thornhill woman received serious injuries including a fracture pelvis and rib injuries in the crash and she was serious in Dumfries Infirmary.
The driver of the other car a 59-year-old man from Portugal received only minor injuries and was treated in hospital before being released.
The air ambulance which was in the area went to the scene of the crash but it was stood down shortly after. Firefighters from Dumfries and Thornhill were called to the scene of the crash and used specialist cutting equipment.
The accident took place about seven miles north of Dumfries in an area which has seen numerous crashes in the past decade.
Diversions were put in place on both sides of the crash on the road which was busy with many people returning from the country fair at Drumlanrig Castle.
Police Scotland said late last night that the road had been re-opened following a full accident investigation to try and find out the cause of the crash.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or has information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.
Police have named the man who died in a road accident on the A76, near to Thornhill.
Robert Patterson, 49, was struck by a Honda Accord, being driven by a 26-year-old man from Dumfries.
The accident happened on Monday 6 April, in the early hours of the morning.
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses, and the Prosecutor Fiscal has been informed.
The A76 has re-opened in both directions following a crash in the early hours of this morning.
The road was closed between Thornhill and Carronbridge for around eight hours, to allow police to carry out their investigations.
A 44-mile diversion was in place, however traffic has now returned to normal.
The A76 is closed in both directions between Thornhill and Carronbridge due to a serious road traffic accident.
A 44-mile diversion is in place whilst Police Scotland deal with the incident.
Motorists are advised to allow extra time for their journey.
Motorists in the South of Scotland could face delays, after plans were announced for £50,000 of resurfacing works on the north and southbound lanes of A76 Dettingen Roundabout, Cumnock.
Scotland TranServ will carry out the works between Tuesday 17 and Thursday 19 March.
It'll be carried out over three nights between the hours of 7pm to 6am.
Depending on the traffic management measures that will be in operation during the works, vehicles travelling on the A70 may have to use signed local diversions.
Temporary traffic lights will also be in use at the roundabout.
Police in Peebles have renewed an appeal for witnesses after a collision on the A76 near Eshiels.
The accident happened at around 6pm on Monday, October 27.
Carl Lane, 75, was struck by a Volvo XC90, and was taken to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He was later transferred to the Spinal Unit at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow, where he is in a serious but stable condition.
Police believe several motorists may have witnessed the collision, but have not yet come forward.
The A76 Dumfries to Kilmarnock road is closed at Thornhill after a serious road traffic accident.
Police say the road may be closed for a number of hours. Diversions are in place.
The clean-up of 18 tonnes of glue is well underway, after a lorry shed its load on the A76 at Sanquhar earlier today (22nd February).
Council workers have been using sand to try and soak up the substance.
The road is expected to be closed until at least 5pm this evening.
Council roads workers have been brought in to clean up the 15,000 litres of glue currently spread across the road.
Sans is being poured over the glue, in the hope of absorbing the sticky substance.