Two men have been taken to hospital after a van ended up on its side after crashing on the A9.
The crash happened at around 9.30am on Tuesday, just north of Dunblane.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said the two men were taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert. Details of their injuries have not yet been confirmed.
The A9 northbound was initially closed following the crash and heavy traffic was reported in the area.
No other vehicles were involved in the smash.
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