A man was airlifted to hospital after a dramatic incident where he was crushed by a bull.
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA), which is based at Scone Airport, flew to help the man around 12.20pm on Monday in the hamlet of Folda near Glenisla.
The victim, said to be aged in his 20s, sustained injuries to his ribs and chest.
The casualty was airlifted to Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, from the remote location which borders east Perthshire and Angus.
It is believed the air crew endured bad weather conditions as they made their way to the scene in Glenisla.
The man is believed to be in a stable condition but is being treated for severe injuries.
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received an emergency call to Glenisla at 12.10pm to treat a man aged in his 20s.
“He was crushed by a bull. Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance was dispatched from its base near Perth.
“The man was then conveyed by helicopter to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, where his condition is described as being stable.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland added: “Police Scotland received a report regarding a man who had been crushed by a bull in Glenisla, near Blairgowrie, at around 12.20pm on Monday.
“The man was taken by medical helicopter to Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, to be treated for rib injuries.”
The mission to help the man was undertaken by SCAA in their new Helimed copter.