A890 Lochcarron to Kyle road closed by further rockfall

Landslide on A890. Pic: Highland Council The first landslide happened on Thursday 22 December

A road in the Highlands which was shut by a landslide will now remain closed indefinitely after a further rockfall.

More than 100 tonnes of rock came down on a section of the A890 Lochcarron to Kyle road on Thursday 22 December.

The road was due to reopen this weekend however there was a further rockfall at the same location on Friday night.

Information on the condition of roads throughout Scotland can be obtained from Traffic Scotland.

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