Police have thanked a group of people who came to a women’s aid after she fell in an Aberdeen river.
The incident happened at around 3.30pm on Tuesday on the River Dee between the Bridge of Dee and George IV bridges.
The group of four people, who had been wakeboarding, were on the opposite side of the river to the woman when they spotted her falling into the water.
A man and a woman swam across the river and dragged her to safety, while the other two phoned the emergency services.
The woman was taken to Aberdeen Royal infirmary but her injuries were not thought to be a serious.
A Grampian Police spokeswoman said: "Members of the public are thanked for helping the female from the river."
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