A woman has been pulled from the Tay by the Broughty Ferry lifeboat crew.
The RNLI launched at around 20:50pm on Thursday after reports that a 17-year-old had entered the water near Discovery Quay.
She was picked up on the crew’s inshore boat.
Police, ambulance and coastguard teams also attended the scene.
The woman was returned to Broughty Ferry in an all weather boat before being taken to hospital by an ambulance.
A spokesman for HM Coastguard said: “We paged two RNLI lifeboats which were despatched from Broughty Ferry, and coastguard teams attended from Carnoustie and St Andrews.
“The woman was retrieved from the water and returned to the lifeboat station.”