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Inverness emergency services attend two vehicle 'black-spot' crash

By Neil MacPhail

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One of the damaged cars. Picture: James Mackenzie.
One of the damaged cars. Picture: James Mackenzie.

An Inverness road junction that has been recognised as an accident "black-spot" has again seen a two-vehicle collision.

Police confirmed that the incident occurred during the rush-hour period at the Caulfield Road junction with Tower Road.

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 09:01 to attend a two car Road Traffic Collision on the junction of Caulfield Road and Tower Rd, Inverness.

"One ambulance was dispatched to the scene and one patient was treated and released at scene.”

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said they were not called out.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 9am on Tuesday, 13 February, 2024 we received a report of a crash involving two vehicles on Caulfield Road, Inverness."

Councillor Ken Gowans, the local member for the Highland Council said he came upon the scene and said both vehicles were damaged.

He added: "This junction is an accident black-spot. I'd ask everyone to take care at this particular junction. I am glad no-one was seriously injured."

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