Eight injured in A82 lorry and minibus crash
Eight people were taken to hospital after a crash involving a lorry and a minibus on the A82 in Argyll and Bute.
Police Scotland said the accident happened at about 12:15 on Wednesday near Bridge of Orchy.
Officers closed the road between Tyndrum and Ballachulish and put a 60-mile diversion in place.
They advised motorists to avoid the area and said the route was likely to be closed for some time.
The Scottish Ambulance Service said six ambulances, a special operations response team and a paramedic were sent to the scene as well as an air ambulance and a Coastguard helicopter.
A spokesman said: "We transported three patients to the Belford Hospital, Fort William; two patients were taken to Lorn & Islands Hospital, Oban, and three patients were transported to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glasgow."
No details about the condition of any of the casualties has been released.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said five appliances responded to the accident.