Police are continuing their inquiries into a horror crash which sent eight people in hospital, but have not disclosed the severity of injuries sustained.
A spokeswoman said no update on the incident was available after it was revealed that eight people were taken to various hospitals across the region following the crash between a lorry and a minibus on the busy route.
The incident forced a near 12-hour closure of the A82 Glasgow to Inverness road, approximately two miles south of Bridge of Orchy, on Wednesday afternoon.
Five fire engines, six ambulances, a special operations response team, an air ambulance and a coastguard search and rescue helicopter were all sent to the scene.
Three of the injured were transferred to the Belford Hospital in Fort William, with two others taken to the Lorn and Islands Hospital in Oban.
The remaining three injured were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow.
Their condition remains unknown.
Police described the crash as serious on Wednesday evening with motorists forced to undertake a diversion route of more than 54 miles along the A85 from Tyndrum to Connel, before heading along the A828 to Ballachulish.
Oban North and Lorn Councillor Julie McKenzie said she was “deeply shocked” to learn of the number of casualties, adding that her thoughts were with all involved.
It is understood the occupants of the minibus are not local.