Glen Quaich: Air ambulance flies in to help injured motorcyclist spotted crawling up hill by Amulree school bus driver

A motorcyclist had to be rescued by air ambulance after being spotted crawling up a Glen Quaich hill to get a signal on his mobile phone following an accident.

The man was seen by a local school bus driver, who contacted the emergency services.

Tayside and Central Scotland Moorland Group shared a post on Facebook to thank the Amulree community and Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) for their help.

It read: 'A huge thank you to the Amulree community today. This man was luckily spotted by the local school bus driver after having an accident on his motorbike along Glen Quaich.

'Luckily, this Glen is still thriving with a rural community and the air ambulance was called almost instantly.

'We can confirm the gentleman has unfortunately sustained a broken leg from his accident.

'We would like to say a huge thank you to Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance – SCAA for their quick arrival to the scene!’

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