A lorry driver who was killed when his cab became separated from its trailer and plunged 40-feet into a Perthshire loch has been named.
Andrew Raeside was driving a Brogan Fuels lorry from Inverness to Grangemouth when the accident occurred on the Coronation Bridge on A9 near Pitlochry.
The cab of his articulated lorry hit the bridge parapet and broke free of its trailer before falling 40ft into Loch Faskally.
Emergency crews managed to free the 54-year-old from the cab but Mr Raeside, from Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Brogan Fuels' operations director Ron Tomal paid tribute to Mr Raeside.
He said: "He was a first-class worker and a friend of everyone within the business. He will be sadly missed.
"We don't know what happened yet. The whole thing is a bit of a mystery.
"He was driving one of our newest trucks and trailers so we will just have to wait for the police investigation to conclude to find out what happened."