Emergency services rushed to the aid of a stricken woman at the side of a busy Dundee road.
The incident took place at Coupar Angus Road shortly after 9pm yesterday.
Police and paramedics attended the incident.
Traffic was disrupted as emergency services dealt with the matter.
Witnesses told of seeing the woman unconscious on the ground.
They told of seeing police and ambulances attending the scene a short time later, with paramedics seen tending to the woman.
Emergency services were at the scene for about 30 minutes.
It is further understood the woman was taken away from the scene by paramedics.
One local resident, who asked not to be named, said she had been alerted to blue flashing lights outside her house by her husband.
She said: “I thought it looked like it was someone who had fallen over – they were lying on the road.
“We couldn’t really see what was going on but there was a someone wearing black lying in the ground and there was a police car and an ambulance.
“The person was picked up and put into the back of the ambulance.”
One witness told of seeing the woman covered in coats.
He said: “I was driving past on my way home and I saw someone – a woman – laying on the ground.
“She had coats on her and the paramedics were beside them.
“It would have been around 9.45pm when I drove past.
“The woman was lying was at the bit where you can turn off into Lansdowne, right before the bus stop and the roundabout beside the police station and church.”
One resident told of noticing traffic being backed up along Coupar Angus Road to the circle at Liff Road while emergency services were at the scene.
Police Scotland confirmed they attended a medical matter.
The Scottish Ambulance Service had not responded to requests for comment at the time of going to press.