A search and rescue operation is still ongoing after a person fell from the Forth Road Bridge last night.
Emergency services received reports that a person had fallen into the Firth of Forth in Rosyth shortly after 9.30pm.
A coastguard helicopter was sent to the scene and a lifeboat was launched from Queensferry station.
Police Scotland and the Scottish Ambulance Service were also in attendance.
The coastguard confirmed the mission was deemed “unsuccessful” and called off several hours later.
But the search relaunched on Sunday afternoon and police have confirmed “inquiries are ongoing”.
‘No one has been traced’ after person fell from Forth Road Bridge
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 9.35pm on Saturday, police were called to a report of a concern for person on the Forth Road Bridge, Rosyth following a report that a person had fallen into the water.
“Emergency services attended however, no one has yet been traced.”
A spokesperson for the coastguard said: “On Saturday night we were called to a report of a person at the Forth Road Bridge who subsequently jumped into the water.
“A coastguard helicopter was there and a lifeboat from Queensferry station.
“The search was for him or her was unsuccessful and called off at about 4.15am on Sunday.”