Injured paraglider rescued from Perthshire mountain

A Coastguard helicopter on Beinn Ghlas
Rescue services attended the paraglider on Beinn Ghlas [BBC]

Police and Coastguard rescue teams have come to the aid of an injured paraglider who was involved in an accident at Beinn Ghlas in Perthshire.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 11:50 on Saturday we received a report of a injured paraglider on a path at Beinn Ghlas.

"Emergencies services attended and the 24-year-old man was taken to hospital in Glasgow."

The mountain lies on the north shore of Loch Tay and is part of the Ben Lawers Range. It is a Munro with a height of 1,103 metres (3,619 ft).