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UPDATE: A9 reopens after crash near Kincraig

By Federica Stefani

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The road reopened earlier this afternoon.
The road reopened earlier this afternoon.

The A9 has reopened following a two-vehicle collision near Kincraig this morning.

Police were called on the scene after 8am, with the northbound lane remaining closed for hours.

A Police Scotland spokesperson confirmed that no one was injured in the incident and one person was given a fixed penalty.

The road was fully reopened earlier this afternoon.

This is the third incident on the road in just over a week after a 90-year-old man was killed in a road crash near Newtonmore on March 20 and a 10-year-old girl was left in a critical condition after a collision north of Dalwhinnie.

In March, two more fatal incidents occurred on the trunk road, sparking fresh calls from campaigners to dual the road and make it safer.

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