One person was taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Highland Perthshire on Thursday morning.
Police, firefighters and paramedics were called following the collision on the A827 Ballinluig to Grandtully road’s junction with the route to Pitnacree at about 8.45am.
The road was closed as a result of the crash.
One person was taken to hospital. Their injuries were described as “non life-threatening”.
Two fire and rescue appliances were called to the scene – one from Pitlochry and one from Kirkmichael.
Perth Service 23 is currently disrupted due to RTC on Route. Unable to connect with services to Ballinluig and Pitlochry. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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A fire and rescue spokesman said: “We had two appliances there, the call came in at 8.44am. We got the stop message back at 9.25am.
“It was a two-car RTC. The road was blocked. It looks like the road is now cleared. Nothing was used, we were making it safe. One ambulance was in attendance.”
Police told motorists to “seek alternative routes” as the incident was dealt with by the emergency services.
A statement from the force read: “The A827 near Pitnacree has now fully re-opened after the earlier road traffic collision.
“One person has been taken to hospital for treatment to non-life threatening injuries.
“Thanks to everyone who was affected by the closure for your patience and understanding.”
At about 12.20pm police confirmed that the road had reopened.