Two people have been taken to Raigmore Hospital following a five- vehicle collision on the A96.
Emergency services were called to the scene between Nairn and Forres, close to the junction of Broom Bank Farm. just before 12.30pm.
The incident involved a flat bed lorry, Mitsubishi Challenger, Renault Kadjar, Toyota Yaris and a Renault Trafic van.
Police said two people were taken to Raigmore Hospital with non-life threatening injuries and appealed for witnesses to contact them on 101.
The road was blocked in both directions for several hour and re-opened at 4.40pm.
Two appliances from Inverness and Nairn attended, along with two ambulances and a trauma team.
A fire spokesman said crews used “one hose jet and hydraulic cutting gear” to cut free one person and are “assisting the Scottish Ambulance Service in removing the casualty from the vehicle.”
The road was blocked in both directions but re-opened at 4.40pm.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received a call at 1231 hours today to attend a road traffic collision on the A96 between Nairn and Forres.
“We dispatched two ambulances and the trauma team to the scene.
“Two patients were transported to Raigmore Hospital.”
Their condition is unknown.