A female driver was taken to Raigmore Hospital today after crashing her car into a bridge in the Highlands.
The one-vehicle incident, involving a red Renault Clio, happened on the Broomhill Bridge outside Nethy Bridge at around 3pm today.
Emergency services attended with ambulance crews taking the driver to hospital with injuries thought to be non life-threatening.
BROOMHILL BRIDGE NORTH OF NETHY BRIDGE
Police Scotland are advising motorists that Broomhill Bridge, which is situated north of Nethy Bridge is currently closed to traffic.
Motorists are asked to take alternate routes where possible pic.twitter.com/SB0qAwRe61
— NorthernPolice (@northernPolice) August 11, 2019
The bridge is currently closed in both directions and a diversion in place until the damage can be assessed my engineers.
A police spokesman said: “The Broomhill Bridge near Nethy Bridge is closed following the collision.
“The female driver was taken to Raigmore Hospital as a precaution – her injuries are thought to be non life-threatening.”
It is unclear when the road will reopen but until then motorists are asked to use alternative routes.