Two people have been injured in a crash involving a car and a motorcycle on the A9 in the Highlands.
An air ambulance was called to the scene north of the Drumochter Pass close to Dalwhinnie at around 2.15pm on Tuesday.
A spokesman for Northern Constabulary said the man riding the motorcycle was airlifted to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness with a suspected broken arm.
He added that the woman driving the car was taken to the same hospital by road ambulance as a precaution and was not seriously injured.
No one else was involved in the collision.
The road was closed briefly to allow for the arrival of the air ambulance.
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