An injured man has been rescued from a roof at a Fife golf course and rushed to hospital.
The 69-year-old, who had sustained a leg injury, was stuck on top of a building under construction at Dumbarnie Golf Links.
He was rescued by paramedics and firefighters dispatched to the golf course being created near Upper Largo on Friday morning.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said it was requested to perform a ladder rescue just after 11.40am.
A spokeswoman said: “A 69-year-old man has been rescued from the roof and is en route to Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy.”
Dumbarnie Golf Links is due to open in May.
Both its maintenance facility, where it is understood the incident occurred, and the clubhouse are being built.
The £16 million development at Balcarres Estate, at Drumeldrie, is Fife’s newest world-class links course, designed by former Ryder Cup player Clive Clark.