Man taken to hospital after four-vehicle crash on A9

A man was taken to hospital after a four-vehicle crash on the A9 on the Black Isle.

A milk lorry, a double decker bus and two cars were involved in the collision at the trunk road's Munlochy junction at about 08:10.

The injured man, who was the driver of one of the vehicles, was taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness where he was treated before being discharged.

The bus was carrying 29 adult passengers.

Some of the passengers had minor injuries and were offered treatment at the scene.

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