HUNDREDS of drivers have been stranded on the A90 for hours after a truck and car collided in “treacherous” conditions this morning.
After the alarm was raised, employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the police arrived at the scene.
Officers confirmed that heavy snowfall in the area created “treacherous” conditions for drivers.
As a result, the evacuation vehicles were unable to reach the scene, and the truck is still waiting in line.
Currently, gritters and snowplows are on the A9, trying to clear a path for rescuers.
According to preliminary data, no one was injured as a result of the accident, and the police are still working at the scene.
But it has caused havoc on journeys for drivers stranded on a busy road.
It is understood that detours have been introduced to divert motorists off the A90, but they face hour-long queues on agricultural roads.
The northbound road has been shut down for at least three hours, according to reports.
Many have taken to social media to warn others of the heavy traffic and.
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One person warned that the road was blocked at a junction in Stonehaven, while another added that many drivers were returning.
Others suggested driving through Montrose and praised the farmers for their “brilliant job” in clearing the small roads.
Although some have confirmed that they managed to find lodging for the night instead.
In a Facebook post, someone said: “I was stuck around 5:20 pm and just got home at 9:15 pm. Turned around and drove to Montrose and up the coast road. clearing drifts.”
Another added: “Traffic in line for about 4 miles heading north to Kinneff on the A92, roads from the A90 to the A92 are covered in deep snow.”
A third added: “My hubby turned onto a country road and after pushing a bunch of cars into a snowstorm, he is now in AWPR and hopefully will be home soon!! It was just terrible! And so many people got into it. traffic accident is normal.”
While a fourth chimed in: “Just got home to Kirri, it took 2 and a half hours around the coast. A riser heading north along the coast road.”
Someone else wrote: “Maybe try some B&Bs or hotels in Kirremuir and also just a few miles away if the roads aren’t closed?!”
A spokesman for the force told the Scottish Sun: “There is heavy snow on the road. There was an accident involving a bus and a truck, and the truck is still waiting to be restored.
“There are no casualties. But the conditions are unfavorable, the snow makes it difficult to lift the truck.
“There are gritters and snowplows trying to clear it at the moment and diversions are envisaged.”
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