A man has died after being pulled unconscious from the River Tay on Saturday morning.
Both Broughty Ferry lifeboats were launched after receiving reports of a man in the water near the Fife end of the bridge around 5.15am.
On arrival at the Road Bridge they found a male in the water who was unresponsive.
One of the lifeboats crew members entered the water and managed to get the casualty into the inshore lifeboat before transferring him to the larger all weather lifeboat where the crews carried out basic life support.
With the casualty receiving treatment the lifeboats then transferred him to the Pilot pier in Broughty Ferry, arriving at 6am, where two ambulance crews were on standby.
However, despite their best efforts the man did not survive.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “Despite attempts by the emergency services the man sadly died.
“As with all sudden deaths a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”