This is the moment a car pulled out in front of a bus on a busy road in Aberdeenshire, killing three people.
Marin Rachev, 35, was attempting to cross the A90 in Aberdeenshire last March when his Renault collided with a Citylink double-decker.
His passengers Dimitar Georgiev, 32, Zaharina Hristova, 37, and Silyan Stefanov, 42, all from Bulgaria, were killed.
Rachev was convicted of causing death by careless driving following a trial at the High Court in Aberdeen.
He was sentenced by judge Lord Kinclaven to 11 months in prison at the High Court in Livingston on Thursday, backdated to February 3 when he was remanded in custody.
Disqualifying him from holding or obtaining a licence for three years, the judge imposed a mandatory extension period of five and a half months which will come into force on the accused’s release from prison.
He also required him to retake the driving test.