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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands announce that two men have been charged in connection with a serious crash on the A9 in Inverness near the Inshes flyover


By Philip Murray

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Police officers investigating the scene of the car crash on the A9 yesterday afternoon (July 13).
Police officers investigating the scene of the car crash on the A9 yesterday afternoon (July 13).

TWO men have been charged in connection with a serious road crash which closed the A9 close to the Inshes turn-off earlier this month, police have confirmed.

Police Scotland said the two men, aged 29 and 25, have been charged with dangerous driving in connection with the one-vehicle crash.

The incident happened on the A9 southbound between the Raigmore Interchange and Inshes turn-off around 4.05pm on Monday, July 13.

A man in his 20s, who was driving a white Honda Intergra, suffered "serious" injuries in the one-vehicle crash and required treatment at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.

The force said reports had been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

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