A woman was taken to hospital in a helicopter after a fall on a mountain in the Highlands.
Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team were called to Stob Dubh in Glencoe, at around 7.10pm on Monday after receiving reports of a 60-year-old falling.
The woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment, where her condition is currently unknown.
A police spokesperson said: “We were made aware of a woman having fallen on Stob Dubh in Glencoe around 7.10pm on Monday, May 30.
“Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team and the HM Coastguard helicopter attended, and the 60-year-old was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow for treatment.”