A hospital nurse who was attacked at work has spoken out, calling for better protection for NHS staff.
Pauline Dunnery, who works at Perth Royal Infirmary, said she thought she was going to die at the hands of an intruder.
Ms Dunnery was battered and sexually assaulted while working a night shift in November 2003.
She spoke out as the public service workers' union Unison stepped up its campaign for better staff protection.
She said: "Within seconds he had pulled the bottom of my skirt and I fell full force onto the floor on my back.
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