A woman has spoken of witnessing frantic attempts by paramedics to save a man pulled from the River Tay.
Claire Nicholson said medics spent about 40 minutes trying to revive a man lifted from the water at Camperdown Docks on Tuesday afternoon.
The alarm was raised by a member of the public who heard cries for help.
The casualty, who police have identified as a 70-year-old man, was removed from the water before being taken to Ninewells Hospital for treatment.
Sadly, he died a short time later.
Emergency services scrambled to the scene near Dundee’s Sea Cadets centre at around 1pm.
CPR was administered and a defibrillator was used in a bid to try to revive the man.
Officers have now concluded their investigation into the incident.
It’s understood there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the man’s death.
Ms Nicholson, who lives adjacent to the docks, said: “I had come back to the apartment and I came out on to the balcony when I saw a police car on the right-hand side.
“There were a couple of people in plain clothes near the water. At first I thought it was a dog or something that had fallen in.
“I didn’t actually see how the man managed to get into the water.
“I could see a guy splashing.
“The emergency crews then just jumped in and they pulled him out.
“I could see them working on him really hard and it was only then that I realised how serious it was.
“I think they spent about 40 minutes giving him CPR.
“The next thing they took him in the ambulance and I was just hoping he would make it. I’m just really sad for the family.
“There’s nothing more that the emergency services could have done.
“They worked on him so hard.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a 70-year-old man who died after he was retrieved from the River Tay in Dundee yesterday has now been identified.
“His family have been informed, and our thoughts are with them at this sad time.”