Girl, 4, seriously injured in A9 crash near Killicrankie

A four-year-old girl is in a serious condition with head injuries after a crash on the A9 near Killiecrankie.

Police said a 4x4 towing a caravan, travelling south, overturned and came to rest on the road at about 16:00 on Wednesday.

The child, who was in the car, was airlifted to Yorkhill Children's Hospital in Glasgow.

A 13-year-old boy and a woman, 27, were also taken to hospital but are not thought to be in a serious condition.

The southbound carriageway was closed until 2230 hours for a crash investigation to be carried out and the vehicles to be recovered.

Police Scotland are appealing for anyone who saw the crash or who may have seen the green Mitsubishi 4x4 and caravan travelling on the road before the accident to contact them.

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