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Car accident near Reiss


By David G Scott

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No injuries were reported after a vehicle left the road and collided with a wall near Reiss this morning.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "A car left the road due to ice at 9.15am this morning on A99 – there were no injuries."

The accident occurred along this stretch of the A99 near Reiss.
The accident occurred along this stretch of the A99 near Reiss.

A witness said the vehicle hit a drystone dyke close to Ackergill Tower and a section of the wall collapsed.

This morning's Highland Council road weather report for Caithness said there was "a dusting of snow" on high routes and on lower routes a "mix of white frosts and sparkling roads" which were treated by priority.

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