A multi-agency rescue operation is underway following reports of a person having fallen at Finnich Glen.
Police, paramedics and fire crews have been called to the scene near the Devil’s Pulpit, in Stirlingshire, after the alarm was raised at 1.10pm.
Several roads in the surrounding area have been closed by officers as work to rescue the stricken walker continues.
A mountain rescue team has also been drafted in to help near the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
Traffic Scotland tweeted: “Emergency services are responding to an incident near The Devil's Pulpit.
“Road closures are in place at B834 and A809 - please avoid the area if you can.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson added: “We received a report of concern for a person who had fallen at Finnich Glen, Stirling, around 1.10pm on Sunday, 11 April, 2021.
“Officers are in attendance alongside a mountain rescue team, the fire service and ambulance service.
“The public are asked avoid the area while the incident is ongoing.”
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed they were in attendance.
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