A street in Inverness has been closed off by emergency services after a car crashed into a building.
Police were called to the scene on Grant Street at its junction with Nelson Street at around 9.11pm this evening.
The fire service sent five appliances and a heavy rescue unit, and they were later joined by an ambulance.
Police confirmed multiple people were inside the car at the time of the crash.
A police spokesman said: “Reports of a one-vehicle collision came in to us at 9.11pm. There are multiple persons within the vehicle.
“At the moment the incident is still ongoing. Emergency services are on scene and attending.”
A spokeswoman for the fire service said: “We have got five appliances on scene there after getting the call at 9.12pm.
“It is a one-vehicle RTC, the car has gone into a building. We have a heavy rescue unit as well.”
A stop message was relayed back to fire control at 10.50pm.