Police have appealed for witnesses after a pensioner was airlifted to hospital following a head-on crash in Highland Perthshire.
The woman, 72, was flown to Ninewells in Dundee with serious injuries following the collision on the A9 near Dalwhinnie on Friday evening.
Police Scotland has issued a plea for witnesses.
The crash, which happened at 5.30pm, involved a red Ford Focus and silver Toyota Hilux.
The woman was trapped in the Ford Focus and had to be cut free by firefighters.
Police said her passenger and the driver of the Toyota were taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness by ambulance with less serious injuries.
The road was closed until 12.30am on Saturday.
Fire teams from Aviemore, Kingussie and Newtonmore were called to the scene along with ambulance teams and police.
Police sergeant Chris Murray said: “Our enquiries are ongoing and I would appeal for anyone who saw these vehicles prior to the collision and who have not already spoken with officers to come forward.”
Any witnesses are urged to call 101, quoting reference number PS-20180608-3238.