Three hurtin crash onA9
Two people were taken to hospital following a threevehicle crash on the A9 last week.
Emergency services were called to the incident on the A9, between Dunblane and Greenloaning, at around 3pm on Thursday, November 9.
The crash involved two lorries and a car and was attended by the police, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) and the Scottish Ambulance Service.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We dispatched three ambulances, two special operations teams and one manager to the scene.
“Two patients were taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital.”
Three fire engines were on the scene. A SFRS spokeswoman said: “Three casualties had exited the vehicles prior to the arrival of firefighters and were treated at the scene by the Scottish Ambulance Service.
“SFRS crews stabilised the vehicles and made the area safe before leaving the scene.”
It’s believed that the three casualties sustained minor injuries.
Traffic was backed up for several miles before the road was finally cleared at 6pm.
Mountain man Bill Steele pictured on the summit of Sron a’Choire Gairbh by Loch Lochy. His last munro on the ninth completion
Skye high Bill Steele and his wife Alison on the Cuillin ridge on the Isle of Skye
High point Bill Steele’s tenth ascent on Ladhar Bheinn in Knoydart