A husband and wife who died in a Highland road smash have been named by Northern Constabulary.
Peter Alan Corris, 54 and Jacqueline Corris, 53 from Leyland in Lancashire died when their motorcycle hit a car on the A9.
The Northern Force said the collision happened at about 10.50am three miles south of Dalwhinnie.
Four people had to be cut free from the car and were left injured. They were taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness. Two were said to be suffering from serious injuries.
The road was closed while accident investigations took place but has now reopened.
The crash comes on the same weekend as the annual Harley Davidson rally Thunder in the Glens, which is based at Aviemore.
It is not known if the two dead had been attending the event.
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