A man appeared in court accused of causing death by dangerous driving following an accident in Moray, which killed five people.
The collision between a car and a minibus occurred on the A96 near Keith at about 11:40 pm on July 26.
Alfredo Ciociola, 47, made no plea when he appeared in Sheriff Elgin's court Thursday.
Ciociola, from Sicily, was released on bail.
Three of the victims were Ted Reid, 63, of Macduff; and Evalyn Collie, 69, and Audrey Appleby, 70, both of Aberchirder.
These were passengers from a 4×4 involved in a collision with a minibus carrying a group of Italian tourists.
Lorenzo Ciociola and Frances Saliba Patanè, 63, both from Sicily, were also killed in the accident.