The Edinburgh city bypass has reopened after being sealed for 7 hours causing large delays.
Police pronounced nobody was harmed when a lorry strike a executive reservation after a tyre blew out nearby a Calder connection on a A720, during about 07:20.
Footage from a dashcam filmed from on a other side of a highway shows a lorry hurtling down a steel barrier.
The lorry appears to have mounted a executive separator and comes tighten to channel into approaching traffic.
The bypass was sealed eastward via a morning though reopened during about 14:30.
There were queues several miles prolonged following a crash, that also influenced a M8 streamer into Edinburgh, behind to Junction 3 during Livingston.
There were also queues on a M9 southbound streamer down to a M8, with trade behind to 1a during Kirkliston.
There were serve queues on all routes streamer to a bypass, a A71, a A70 and a A772 Gilmerton Road.