Emergency services are currently responding to a three vehicle accident on the A96 near Inverness airport.
Two females are currently trapped in separate vehicles with one described as “conscious but breathing.”
Police, ambulance and the fire service have all been called to the incident and the road is closed in both directions and is expected to remain so for at least one hour.
At least three Scottish Fire and Rescue Service appliances are at the scene readying to free the trapped pair.
Among them is what is called a heavy rescue which according to a fire service spokeswoman carries more robust cutting equipment and gear to stabilise a vehicle.
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BEAR Scotland have been paged to provide a diversion if necessary.
According to Traffic Scotland the crash happened about eight miles east of the Highland capital near roundabout that runs north to the airport or south to Croy.