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Police Scotland say Loch Ness road fully re-opened after morning accident saw van plunge off the A82


By Alasdair Fraser


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Police Scotland
Police Scotland

A Loch Ness-side road has reopened after a crash involving a van early this morning.

The vehicle veered off the A82, Inverness to Drumnadrochit road near Lochend, just south of the city, but there were no reported casualties.

The road was partially closed in both directions for a period of time while police and a recovery vehicle attended.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “At around 6.15am on Friday, 13 May, police were called to assist after a van had left the road on the A82, at Lochend near Inverness.

“The road was partially closed to allow for vehicle recovery to take place but has since fully re-opened.”


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