A man, rescued after a fishing boat overturned in the Firth of Forth, has died. Two other people remain missing.
The man had been airlifted to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee but later died, Police Scotland said.
Police said officers were in contact with the families of the missing men.
The search for the two was suspended after darkness fell but is set to resume this morning.
Two people are missing and a third is in hospital after a boat overturned off the Scottish coast.
The casualty and the missing are believed to be men who were out fishing. in the Firth of Forth near Fife.
The boat, believed to be about 10ft long, has been recovered off the coast of East Wemyss.
A spokesman for the Aberdeen Coastguard said: "We've recovered one person by helicopter to hospital.There are two people still missing."
The incident is believed to have happened just after 5pm. The search for the missing two was suspended after darkness fell.
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The 36-year-old was discovered this afternoon. The death is currently being treated as unexplained.
Police said: "We are currently with a medical incident on a campsite at T in the Park."
Colin Rodger, event manager for T in the Park, said of the death:
''We are extremely saddened by this news, and our thoughts are with the family at this time.
''We're doing everything possible to help emergency services with their inquiries.''
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