Four people have been taken to hospital after a car caught fire in a crash on the M80.
Emergency crews were called to the slip road between Haggs interchange and the M80 northbound, at around 10.10am on Friday, March 31.
The crash involved a gold Ford Eco Sport and a black Audi A7.
Two men and one woman were taken by ambulance to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. Another man was taken by Ambulance to Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Their condition is currently unknown.
Police Scotland is looking to trace the driver of a white Audi who was driving on the off-slip from the motorway towards Haggs at the time of the crash, as they may have more information.
SFRS said it had dispatched three fire engines, and crews had extinguished the blaze.
The Scottish Ambulance Service dispatched four ambulances and a special operations team.
Constable Alastair Allan of the Road Policing Unit at Stirling said: “Our enquiries into the cause of this crash are ongoing.
“At this time I would urge any witnesses to crash, or anyone with information to contact us. If anyone who was driving in that area and has dash-cam footage, please get in touch.
“We are also keen to trace the driver of a white Audi who was driving on the off-slip from the motorway towards Haggs at the time as they may have information that will assist our enquiry.
“Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting reference number 0970 of March 31.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 10.16am on Friday, March 31 to reports of a road traffic collision on the M80 Northbound.
“Operations Control mobilised three fire appliances to the scene, at junction seven, where firefighters were met by a collision involving two vehicles.
“Crews extinguished a fire which had taken hold of one of the vehicles and currently remain on scene working to make the area safe.
“Four casualties have been transported to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital by the Scottish Ambulance Service.”
A SAS spokesperson said: “We received a call today at 10.17amtoday to attend an road traffic collision on the M80.
“We dispatched four ambulances and our special operations team to the scene.”