A young woman has been airlifted to hospital after plunging down cliffs at Arbroath.
Emergency services were called to the scene at 2.30pm on Wednesday.
The woman, in her 20s, is believed to have fallen.
A coastguard spokeswoman said the injured person had been recovered and was taken to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee by rescue helicopter.
“We received a call from the ambulance service about a person who had fallen down cliffs at Arbroath,” she said.
“A rescue helicopter was called to the area, as well as coastguard crews from Carnoustie and Montrose.
“The lifeboat team from Abroath was also called out.”
The extent of the person’s injuries are not known.
An ambulance service spokesman said: “We received a call at 2.27pm today to attend an incident in Arbroath. We dispatched one ambulance to the scene.”
A RNLI spokesman said: “Arbroath’s inshore and all-weather lifeboats were today involved in a multi-agency rescue at Arbroath cliffs.
“A request for assistance was received at approximately 2.40pm and the RNLI lifeboats were launched shortly after.”
He said: “Upon arriving on scene the volunteer RNLI crew remained on standby while the casualty was attended to by paramedics.
“Due to the difficult terrain, a coastguard search and rescue helicopter was tasked and recovered the casualty who was then transferred to Ninewells hospital.”