Two people were killed in a two-vehicle crash on one of Scotland's most dangerous roads.
Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue were called to the scene on the A9 around seven miles south of Aviemore at around 9.30pm on Monday, June 4.
Both vehicles were found to be on fire, and Northern Constabulary said the road would be closed for some time.
The force later said a third person, with serious injuries, was also taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
The road was closed near Kingussie for seven hours while the crash was investigated.
A spokesman for Northern Constabulary said: "Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident, in particular a female driver of a dark-coloured Range Rover who was driving south on the A9 at the time of the collision. Witnesses are asked to contact police at Inverness."
No details of the victims have been released.
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