Glasgow man rushed to hospital after being found injured on path in early hours

A man has been rushed to hospital after being found injured in the north of the city.

Emergency Services rushed to a pathway near to Stroma Street in the Germiston area of the city at around 2.50am on Tuesday, May 28, after the alarm was raised.

The man was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary before being transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Royal Infirmary. His condition is currently unknown.

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Officers are investigating how the man was injured and locals report that door to door enquiries are underway. The street is still believed to be under police cordon.

A police spokesperson said: "Around 2.50am on Tuesday, 28 May 2024 police attended a report of a man found injured in a pathway near to Stroma Street, Glasgow.

"Emergency services attended and the man was taken by ambulance to Glasgow Royal Infirmary but has since been transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Royal Infirmary.

"Enquiries are ongoing to establish how he came about his injuries."

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