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Two people taken to Raigmore Hospital after an accident in the Highland capital at Millburn Roundabout, Inverness earlier today


By Louise Glen

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POLICE have confirmed that two people have been taken to hospital after a road accident in Inverness.

The incident, that is said to have happened around 3.20pm today, has caused major tailbacks in the city centre.

A police spokesman said: “Around 3.20pm on Wednesday November 17 police received a report of a road crash involving two cars close to Millburn Roundabout in Inverness.

“Two people have been taken to Raigmore Hospital and emergency services are currently at the scene.”

READ: 'It's very disappointing to see that there are a number of drivers who continue to take risks' - police in the Highlands arrest five people for failing drug tests and stop 45 people for speeding, over the last weekend, in the Highlands as part of Operation Cedar


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