A man has been rushed to hospital after he fell from the third floor window of a tenement flat.
Emergency services were called to the property at Provost Road at around 10am on Wednesday.
He was taken to Ninewells Hospital for treatment. The man’s condition is not known.
One woman described the moment she looked on in horror as he fell.
Hayley Blackley, 29, said she rushed to help the man after he plunged from the third floor.
She said that seconds earlier, she had seen him dangling by his fingertips from the window.
Hayley, a bakery admin assistant, said: “I came out of my flat which is on the ground floor and was horrified to see a man dangling from the window by his fingertips.
“His body was out of the window and he was just hanging there – then he fell.
“I immediately called the emergency services and then rushed to help him.
“When I got to him he was slipping in and out of consciousness – it was horrible.
“I put him in the recovery position and stayed with him and comforted him until the ambulance got there.
“He looked like he was in a pretty bad way. I really hope that he is going to be all right.
“I feel completely traumatised by all this – it was terrible. Absolutely horrific.”
Hayley said other people rushed to help after the man fell.
She said: “I kept speaking to the man and he spoke back – he was really upset and asked if I could go in the ambulance with him.
“You don’t expect something like this to happen when you are on your way to work. I really hope I was able to help him.”
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Police attended an address on Provost Road at around 10am following reports of a man being injured after an apparent fall from a window.
“He was taken to Ninewells Hospital. Inquiries into the matter are ongoing.”
The Scottish Ambulance Service has yet to respond to a request for comment.