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14 fire appliances en route to Beauly in the Highlands after reports of a 'truck' that smashed through bollards and into shops and houses


By Louise Glen

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The oil delivery vehicle crashed into a shop and houses in Beauly. Picture: Emily Purvis.
The oil delivery vehicle crashed into a shop and houses in Beauly. Picture: Emily Purvis.

14 fire appliances are en route to Beauly after being called by police to assist after a 'truck' has crashed through bollards and into shops and houses.

It is not known if anyone has been injured in the incident.

Eye witnesses said the driver of the oil delivery vehicle was "awake and talking" after the incident.

A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue said: "We were asked by police to attend.

"We were called at 12.47pm, and 14 appliances are en route to the scene."

More to follow.

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