Four-vehicle collision forces partial closure of A9
Firefighters freed one person from their car with hydraulic cutting equipment.
A section of the A9 was closed off after a four-vehicle crash in the Highlands.
Emergency services were called to the scene at about 1.40pm on Saturday near Avielochan, around three miles north of Aviemore.
Firefighters freed one person from a vehicle with hydraulic cutting equipment and an air ambulance was also in attendance.
An eyewitness told STV News another person was taken onto a stretcher and airlifted away from the scene.
Diversions were in place at the Granish junction through Carrbridge, police said.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "At around 1.40pm we were called out to a four-vehicle road collision on the A9.
"One person was trapped in a vehicle. Crews removed the car doors using hydraulic cutting equipment so paramedics could lift the person out."