A bus driver has been injured following a crash which derailed a tram near Edinburgh airport on Wednesday evening.
Police said the male driver, at the wheel of a single decker bus, had been taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after the crash.
The extent of his injuries are still unknown.
Both the driver and ticket conductor from the tram were treated at the scene by paramedics.
Their injuries are not thought to be serious.
Six passengers were on board the tram at the time of the incident, which happened near the airport’s rental car return area at around 5.30pm.
They are not believed to be injured, said police.
A driver has been taken to hospital after his bus was in collision with a tram at @EdinburghAirpo1 around 5.30pm and the tram has derailed. 6 tram passengers thought to be uninjured and there were no passengers on the bus. There will be disruption to traffic for some time.
— Police Scotland (@policescotland) June 13, 2018
There were no passengers on board the bus which is used to ferry passengers between the terminal building and the long stay car parks at the airport.
Police Scotland has launched an investigation.
They are appealing for anyone who was in the area at the time and saw the incident to call them on 101.
Eyewitnesses spoke of the tram being bent “like a boomerang”.
Trams have been only running from the Gyle Centre to York Place.