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Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Police Scotland officers scrambled to scene after Skoda car crashes off road between Alness and Invergordon and winds up on the shore of Cromarty Firth


By Philip Murray

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RTC - B817 Shore road between Alness and Invergordon..
RTC - B817 Shore road between Alness and Invergordon..

POLICE and fire crews were called out after a car ploughed off the road and onto the shore front near Invergordon this afternoon.

Emergency services were called out after a grey Skoda Superb left the B817 road between Invergordon and Alness at around 1.06pm and came to rest on the Cromarty Firth foreshore.

Police said no-one was injured in the crash.

Fire and rescue crews from Invergordon, Dingwall, Inverness and a water rescue unit from Fort William were initially called to the scene, but were stood down when it became clear that no-one was trapped.

The vehicle was later recovered from the scene.

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