A delivery lorry has burst into flames on the A9 forcing the closure of part of the road.
The Co-op vehicle caught fire at the Granish junction at Aviemore.
The incident took place at around 12.15am on Friday.
Police put diversions in place which were taking drivers through Carrbridge and returning them to the A9 at the Blackmount junction.
A spokesperson for Northern Constabulary said: “It is anticipated the A9 may be closed for some considerable time.”
The cause of the blaze is not yet known.
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