A 12-year-old boy remains in critical condition in hospital after being rescued from the River Tay in Perthshire on Sunday afternoon.
The child was injured after getting into difficulties while playing water sports on the dangerous stretch of river near Stanley at around 1.30pm and was airlifted to hospital.
It is believed the boy, from the Glasgow area, was using a “boogie board” when he got into difficulty.
On Monday, Police Scotland said the incident had been reported to the Health and Safety Executive.
A Tayside Police spokesperson said: “A 12-year-old boy from the Glasgow area was airlifted to the Royal Hospital For Children in Glasgow after getting into difficulties while participating in a sporting activity, and is still in a critical condition.
“Enquiries into the the incident are ongoing and Health and Safety Executive have been informed.”