A crash near Loch Lomond has sparked the closure of a major road in Argyll as emergency crews raced to the scene.
Officers were called to reports of a two-vehicle crash on the A82 near Luss at around 8.45am on Friday.
Rescue crews, including an air ambulance and three fire engines, were spotted racing to the scene.
Two people were airlifted to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and four were taken by ambulance to Royal Alexandria Hospital.
STV News understands that more people have been transported to Vale of Leven Minor Injuries, but it is unknown exactly how many.
Traffic Scotland reported the road had been closed on both sides following the serious collision.
One eyewitness reported the area was “gridlocked”, with “coaches and HGVs trying to pass each other”.
McColl’s Travel has told travellers that all services operating in the area are likely to be disrupted.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received a call today at 08.47 hours to attend a RTC on the A82 near Luss.
“We dispatched a number of resources to the scene, including five ambulances, our special operations team, a Paramedic Response Unit, an air ambulance and our trauma team to the scene.
“We airlifted two patients to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and four patients to Royal Alexandra Hospital.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 8.50am on Friday, September 2 to reports of a road traffic collision on the A82 near Luss.
“Operations Control mobilised three appliances and a heavy rescue unit to assist emergency service partners.
“A number of casualties were handed in the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service.
“Crews are no longer at the scene.”
A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “Officers were called to reports of a two-vehicle crash on the A82 near Luss at around 8.45am on Friday, September 2, 2022.
“Emergency services are in attendance.”
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