Lifeboats were scrambled to the Tay Road Bridge early today following concern for a man’s safety.
Police were called to the bridge around 2.10am, with two RNLI Lifeboats dispatched from Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station around 2.15am.
A spokesman for the coastguard said: “An inshore lifeboat and an all-weather lifeboat were called to the Tay Road Bridge from Broughty Ferry at around 2.15 am this morning.
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“Both vessels were stood down without being put to use 30 minutes later.”
A Police Scotland spokeswoman added: “Police were called to the bridge at around 2.10am following concern for a man on the bridge.
“He was taken to safety then on to hospital with the incident declared over at 3am.”