Car Accident Edinburgh: EMS respond to two-vehicle collision on the A90 at Cramond Brig.
Two cars crashed on a major road on the way out of Edinburgh, and emergency workers rushed to the scene.
The accident happened on the A90 at Cramond Bridge around 3 p.m. on Monday, February 20. There are ambulances, police, and firefighters at the scene right now. The road is closed going out, and the 43 bus route has been changed.
Lothian Buses sent a representative to say: “Buses can’t serve the A90 at Cramond Bridge, Main Street Dalmeny, Bankhead Road, Station Road, and Burgess Road because a road is closed.
“Until further notice, they must go by way of Maybury Road, Glasgow Road A8, Newbridge, M9 Junction 1A, M90 Junction 1A, and Builyeon Road, heading north.”
From Cramond Bridge back to the Blackhall Junction, people say, there are lines of cars.
Someone walking by said: “Just outside of Edinburgh, there was a really bad car accident. One car is on its side.
“The other one was pretty beat up, and the airbags were going off. In the time it took my bus to pass it, two fire trucks and two ambulances showed up.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “On Monday, February 20, at 3 p.m., we heard about a car accident on the A90.
“Two vehicles have arrived to help the Scottish Ambulance Service get people out of the vehicle.
“The situation is still going on.”