Emergency services were launched early today amid concerns for a woman on the Tay Road Bridge.
Both Broughty Ferry lifeboats, Coastguard teams from Carnoustie and St Andrews, police and ambulance were all sent to the crossing after concern for the woman was reported at 1.47am.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We were alerted that there was concern for a 59-year-old female on the Tay Road Bridge.
“The Broughty Ferry lifeboats, coastguards and an ambulance attended along with the police.
“The woman was spoken to by the police on the bridge who were abloe to talk her to safety.
“The woman left the bridge in a police car at 2.10am and was handed over to a waiting ambulance.”
Today’s incident was the third in just over a week.