Four vehicles were involved in a collision which blocked one of the north’s busiest roads.
Nobody was injured in the accident, which happened on the A82 Inverness to Fort William road at around 2.30pm.
The collision involved a car, a van, a camper van and a lorry.
The road was partly blocked by the incident but police were able to divert traffic around the damaged vehicles.
The lorry was able to be driven away from the scene
A police spokeswoman confirmed that they had received a call from the ambulance service at around 2.30pm about the incident.
She confirmed that there were no injuries and no road closures, while police helped at the scene with traffic management.
An ambulance crew also assisted at the scene, while a Bear Scotland support vehicle also assisted at the scene.
The accident involved a silver 4×4 which suffered damage to the front end, while the airbags had also activated because of the impact.
A silver Ford Transit van was also involved with similar crumple damage to its front end also visible at the scene.
Its airbags had also deployed.
There appeared to be minimal damage to the camper van, while the lorry was able to be driven away from the scene soon after the collision.
The road was passable soon after the accident as the 4×4 and camper van were able to be driven to the side of the road to a lay-by, while the van, which suffered the most obvious visible damage had been pulled into the side of the road on the opposite side.
All of the occupants of the vehicles were able to remove themselves and could be seen safe and well at the scene.
The road was fully cleared and reopened within about 45 minutes of the accident.