Six people remain in hospital following a coach crash in Argyll last week.
Passengers who were travelling on the Lochs and Glens bus said they were lucky to be alive after the accident at the Rest and Be Thankful pass on Thursday.
The coach barrel-rolled and ended up only a few feet from the edge of small loch.
More than 30 people were injured in the terrifying accident – five of them seriously.
Four of those hurt have been released from hospitals within the past 24 hours.
An NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde spokeswoman said: “One patient remains serious but stable at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow.
“The two patients at the Western Infirmary and three patients at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley are all in a stable condition.”
The tour bus carrying 52 holidaymakers was blown off the A83 by a gust of wind at the top of the famous Rest and Be Thankful hill pass.
It went down an embankment and landed just 6ft feet from Loch Restil.
Londoners David Russell, 65, and Richard Hannell, 58, said that as they scrambled out they found a woman on the ground who had been thrown through a window.
Mr Russell said: “I thought we were all going to be dead. I thought we were going into that loch.
“I am surprised nobody died. People sitting down the front mainly had seatbelts on. We had stopped earlier and I think some people were still settling back down and hadn’t put their seatbelts on.
Mr Hannell said that minutes earlier they had stopped to take photographs at a viewpoint.
He added: “We started off again and as we hit the turn we heard a massive bang. We were slipping and sliding and the coach was overturning.
“There was shouting. The coach rolled and righted itself again, which was a miracle.”