One person was taken to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee following a road crash on the A9.
Emergency services were called to the scene of the two-car smash about six miles west of Perth between Findo Gask and Auchterarder at 9.40am.
Firefighters had to remove a man from a black Volkswagen Polo who was trapped against the central reservation. The motorist was then taken into care of paramedics with ‘non life-threatening injuries.’
The other vehicle involved, a, Jeep, was towing a horsebox and landed in a field. The two people in that vehicle managed to remove themselves from the wreckage and were described as ‘walking wounded’.
No animals were involved in the incident.
The one lane of the northbound carriageway was closed for over an hour while officers examined the crash site.
The A9 expected to be closed northbound for half an hour after a road crash at Findo Gask. One car on its roof. pic.twitter.com/M8Ko6RNLWg
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A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were called to attend an RTC on the A9.
“Fire crews were required to release one person trapped in a car against the central reservation.
“The occupant of that vehicle was transported to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee by paramedics.
“The other vehicle, towing a horse box, landed in a field. They were described as walking wounded.”
“Appliances from Perth an Auchterarder attended.”
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “Police were called to the A9 northbound between Findo Gask and Auchterarder at 9.40am.
“It was a two-vehicle road traffic collision. One of the vehicles has come to rest in a field.
“A black Volkswagon Polo and a Jeep were involved.
“The injuries of those involved are not thought to be life-threatening.”
The road re-opened at about 11.30am.