A9 re-opens at Dalwhinnie following collision

The A9 near Dalwhinnie has been re-opened following a three-vehicle collision.

The crash happened at about 14:30, two miles south of the junction for Dalwhinnie. Police said a car, a van and a 4x4 vehicle were involved.

The drivers of the van and car were released from the wreckage by firefighters and taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.

They were not thought to have life-threatening injuries.

Officers investigating the crash have asked witnesses to contact them.

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