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Women freed from cars after Argyll crash

Scene of the crash. Fire service photo
Image caption The women had to be freed from their cars by firefighters [Pic courtesy of Strathclyde Fire and Rescue]

Two women have been rescued by firefighters after becoming trapped in their cars following a crash in Argyll.

The accident happened on the B833 between Garelochhead and Rosneath just before 1800 BST on Monday.

Firefighters used specialist cutting equipment to free one of the women, who was then flown to the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow by air ambulance.

The woman in the other car had less serious injuries and was taken by road to the Royal Alexandria Hospital.

Strathclyde Police is investigating the crash.

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