Six patients still in hospital after A83 coach crash

Bus by loch; curtains blowing through broken windows
Image caption The coach rolled down an embankment after being blown off the A83 in Argyll

Six patients are still in hospital being treated for a range of injuries, following a coach crash on Thursday.

The tour coach came off the A83 in Argyll at the Rest and Be Thankful. It rolled down an embankment before coming to rest beside Loch Restil.

Of the 52 people on board, 23 were initially taken to hospital.

One of the six still being treated in hospital is reported to be in a serious but stable condition at Glasgow's Southern General.

Two patients at the Western Infirmary and three at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley are in a stable condition.

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