Climber injured in fall in Cairngorms flown to hospital
The Cairngorm MRT were sent out following reports of a person falling on the mountain on Wednesday.
An injured climber has been saved by a mountain rescue team in the Cairngorms.
The Cairngorm MRT were sent out following reports of a person falling on the mountain at around 4pm on Wednesday.
A helicopter was launched during the rescue mission before it transported the casualty to Raigmore Hospital, Inverness.
A second climber, not believed to be injured, was also safely removed from the mountain.
The CMRT tweeted: "Injured climber inbound to Raigmore Hospital, Inverness on Rescue Aircraft 951.
"Climber's partner may be cragfast on route.
"CMRT will attempt to assist if necessary."
They later added: "2nd climber now safely off crag.
"No update currently available on injured climbers condition.
"CMRT returning to base."
Earlier this week another climber was rescued after he was injured in a fall on the plateau.
The Cairngorm MRT located the missing climber after the incident was reported at around 2.30pm on Sunday.