A surfer's been rescued after spending more than 30 hours in the water off the west coast of Scotland.
Matthew Bryce, who's 22 and from Glasgow, has been found clinging to his board 13 miles from the Argyll coast.
The alarm was raised by his family after he didn't return home on Sunday. He was flown to hospital in Belfast after being found conscious but suffering from hypothermia.
Here's the dramatic rescue:
Dawn Petrie at Belfast Coastguard helped co-ordinate the search.
She said: "He remained with his surfboard which is the perfect thing to do, it gives him buoyancy it gives him something to hold on to. He was also well prepared, wearing a very thick neoprene wetsuit which kept him insulated and that was a factor in saving his life."
A spokesman for the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald says Mr. Bryce is in a stable condition.
The Coast Guard reminds all coastal users this summer to be prepared before you go out on the water or at the coast where conditions can change quickly. Tell someone where you are going and take an appropriate means of raising the alarm in an emergency.