Tributes have been paid after a lightning strike killed 55-year-old Isobel Bytautas as she climbed a Highland mountain range.
The 57-year-old from Nottinghamshire spent the night on a peak in the Highlands before being airlifted to safety.
The man in his mid-70s triggered an alert rather than his scheduled ‘check-in’, resulting in a rescue response.
At least one person was freed after becoming trapped inside the vehicle in the "serious" crash.
The woman collapsed just a mile into the 10-mile course being held at Innerleithen in Tweeddale.
A blaze stretching three miles has engulfed the Scottish Highlands, according to the fire service.
Approximately 45 firefighters and officers along with eight appliances have been called to tackle a wild fire north of Fort William in the Highlands.
The fire is on grassland and heath north of the B8004 road and while wind is blowing smoke in the direction of residential properties no buildings are on fire or have been evacuated.
The fire service are working in partnership with the police should any evacuations need to take place.