One man has died and 23 people have been taken to hospital after a bus overturned in the Scottish Borders.
The single-vehicle crash happened on the A6089, between Carfraemill and Gordon, at around 10.50am on Saturday.
Police Scotland said the private minibus was carrying 23 adult passengers plus the driver on a journey from Newtongrange to Kelso.
One male passenger died while 22 passengers and the driver are being treated in hospital. The extent of injuries is not known.
Those injured are being treated at Borders General Hospital, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow.
Police said the crash was declared a major incident with the Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, NHS Scotland and Scottish Borders Council involved.
Chief Inspector Steven Duncan said: “We’re providing ongoing support to the family of the man who tragically lost his life, along with those who have been injured and their families.
“Our Road Policing Unit, together with partners, are currently working to establish the full circumstances surrounding this.
“We’d ask anyone who may be concerned that a loved one has been affected, or anyone who could help with our investigation, to get in touch immediately via 101 and quote incident number 1369 of 29th December.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service Spokesman said: “We received a call to attend a road traffic accident involving a single vehicle minibus this morning on the A6089 near Gordon.
“Due to the number of passengers requiring assistance, we dispatched a large number of resources to the scene including our air ambulance, trauma and Special Operations Response Teams (SORT).
“Sadly, there was one male fatality and our thoughts go out to his family for their tragic loss.
“Twenty three other patients were treated by our crews and transported to Borders General Hospital, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow for further treatment and care.”
Police said the A6089 reopened around 9pm with the crashed bus removed from the scene.