A woman from Cambridge who was seriously injured when she was gored by a stag remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital.
44 year old Kate Stone, was injured by the animal near Fort William in the Highlands in the early hours of Monday, December 30.
She was treated by paramedics before being taken to Fort William's Belford hospital, and later transferred by air to the Southern General, in Glasgow.
A statement released by a colleague at Dr Stone's Cambridge print firm Novalia confirmed she is in a critical but stable condition, and "doctors expect to operate in the next few days to repair damage to her trachea".
Dr Stone was standing with a group of friends outside a private residence in Lochailort when the incident happened. She had been on a short break in the Highlands, staying at the Mo-Dhachaidh B&B in Lochailort.