The drivers of two vehicles involved in a fireball crash on the A9 have escaped without serious injuries.
The crash happened near to Newtonmore in Inverness-shire at around 2.50pm on Wednesday.
A Volkswagen Crafter van and a caravanette collided on the road. The second vehicle then burst into flames.
A springer spaniel dog in the caravanette died in the vehicle.
There were tailbacks of around five miles through Newtonmore and Kingussie following the crash.
Northern Constabulary attended the incident and put diversions in place. The road has since reopened.
A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
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