Two men have been charged following a crash on the A9 that saw a driver having to be cut free from his car after it left the carriageway.
The single-vehicle collision happened near to the Raigmore Interchange in the Highlands at around 4.05pm on Monday, July 13.
The male driver of the Honda Integra was seriously injured and had to be taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
The southbound road between Raigmore and Inshes was closed for a number of hours for investigation works to take place.
Police later appealed for information, and in particular urged an Audi driver to come forward to assist the investigation.
On Wednesday, Police Scotland confirmed two men, aged 25 and 29, have been charged with dangerous driving in connection with the incident.
A force spokesperson said: “Police Scotland can confirm that two men, aged 29 and 25, have been charged in connection with a serious road crash on the A9 at Inverness.
“The incident happened on the A9 southbound near the Raigmore Interchange around 4.05pm on Monday, July 13.
“The men have been charged with dangerous driving and reports have been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”