Motorists warned of delays after collision at Creagan Bridge

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Motorists are warned to expect delays on the A828 between Creagan and Dallachullish due to a road traffic incident earlier today.

Police Scotland said it received a report of a two-vehicle collision at Creagan Bridge at around 10.40am.

At 12.30pm today, the road was currently blocked with vehicles awaiting recovery, said a spokesperson.

It is understood there are no serious injuries at this time, although the Scottish Ambulance Service are in attendance to check.

Traffic Scotland has also urged caution for those travelling north and southbound on the A828 at Creagan Bridge.

At 11am it reported: ‘A828 is currently restricted in both directions between Creagan and Dallachullish due to a road traffic incident. Road users are advised to approach with caution and expect longer than normal journey times.’