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A9 reopened again at Latheron

By Jean Gunn

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The A9 was closed for a short time this morning after a lorry jack-knifed at Latheron.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 7.35am on Monday, April 5, we received a report of a one vehicle crash involving a lorry that had become jack-knifed on the A9 at Latheron.

“The road was closed for a short time to allow for recovery of the vehicle and fully reopened around 9.05am.”

There were no reported injuries.

With the return of wintry conditions and yellow warning from the Met Office for snow and high winds across the area, the Highland and Islands Police Division has issued a plea for those that have to venture out to be prepared.

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