A9 partially open after crash By Jane Candlish July 30 2014, 1.36pm Share A9 partially open after crash Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/inverness/301712/a9-partially-open-after-crash/ Copy Link Traffic is now moving on the A9 south of Dalwhinnie A woman is in hospital after a serious crash on the A9 Inverness-Perth road this morning. She was travelling in one of three vehicles which collided near Dalnaspidal Lodge, south of Dalwhinnie. It is understood that the accident happened on a single carriageway section, close to the start of a dual carriageway stretch at Drumochter. The woman was trapped in the wreckage of the car and had to be released by firefighters using hydraulic cutting gear. She was taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness. There are no details of her injuries or condition. An ambulance spokeswoman said that five people were also “walking wounded”. Five fire crews were called to the scene initially, along with the air ambulance. However the helicopter was stood down, along with firefighters from Grantown and Inverness. Appliances from Newtonmore, Kingussie and Aviemore attended the scene. The road was closed in both directions following the crash but has now reopened. However there are long tailbacks in both directions and vehicles are moving slowly.