Man killed in car crash near Carrbridge

One man has died and another man has been treated in hospital after a car crashed on a road in the Highlands.

Police Scotland said the accident happened on the Carr Road just outside Carrbridge at about 22:10 on Saturday evening.

The passenger suffered fatal injuries and the driver was taken to Raigmore Hospital. His injuries are not considered to be life threatening.

Officers appealed for any witnesses to contact them.

A man was also taken to hospital after being freed from a car involved in a crash on the A82 between Spean Bridge and Invergarry.

"Crews used cutting gear to remove the roof of the vehicle and one person was taken to hospital," a spokeswoman for the fire service said.

The ambulance service said a man in his 30s had been taken to the Belford Hospital in Fort William.

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