Army truck overturns after swerving off Scots road as two rushed to hospital

TWO people have been rushed to hospital after an army truck overturned after it swerved off Scotland’s A9 in a horror crash. Shocking pictures show how the military vehicle was left upside down in the mud following the smash near Dunblane at around 9.45am this morning.

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An army truck overturned after swerving off the roadArmy truck overturns after swerving off Scots road as two rushed to hospital

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The wrecked vehicle was left upside down

Emergency crews raced to the scene after the alarm was raised and locked down the busy road. Cops were seen standing near the huge truck – which has been left wrecked by the collision.

Police say the A9 is currently closed southbound due to the road horror.


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And two people have been taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital following the smash. A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We dispatched two ambulance crews, a rapid response vehicle and an air ambulance, and two patients were transported by road to Forth Valley Royal Hospital.” Traffic is currently being diverted through nearby Dunblane while officers deal with the incident. raffic Scotland confirmed that the road closures in place would also affect motorists on the nearby M9.

They warned drivers in the area to expect significant delays. A police spokesperson said: “We were made aware of a crash involving a single vehicle on the A9 near Keir Roundabout shortly after 9.45am on Tuesday, 23 November. “Emergency services are currently at the scene and the road is closed southbound, with a diversion in place through Dunblane.”

Army truck overturns after swerving off Scots road as two rushed to hospital

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Cops locked down the sceneArmy truck overturns after swerving off Scots road as two rushed to hospital

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