A child and a woman had to be airlifted to hospital after a two-car crash on a major Scottish road.
Emergency services were called to the scene on the A84 near the A820 between Doune and Callander at around 7.45pm on Sunday.
The four-year-old girl and the 33-year-old woman were taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow by air ambulance.
A 20-year-old man was reported after the crash in connection with road traffic offences.
Police Scotland said the road was closed for around six hours and then reopened at around 2.15am on Monday.
A spokesperson for the force said: “Around 7.45pm on Sunday, 21 August, 2022, officers were called to reports of a two car crash on the A84 near the A820 between Doune and Callander.
“A four-year-old girl and a 33-year-old woman were taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow by air ambulance.
“The road was re-opened around 2.15am.
“A 20-year-old man has been reported in connection with road traffic offences.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 1947hrs on Sunday 21 August, to attend a road traffic collision on the A84 between Doune and Callander.
“We dispatched five resources to the scene, including the Trauma Team and the Helimed.
“One patient was transported by air to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, one patient was transported by road to Forth Valley Royal Hospital, and one patient was transported by road to the Sick Kids, Glasgow.”