Medics rush to Glasgow street after crash between mobility scooter and van

Medics have rushed to a street in the south of the city following reports of a crash involving a van and mobility scooter.

Emergency Services were called to Paisley Road West at around 11am on Friday, July 5, following reports of the smash.

The owner of the mobility scooter was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment. Their condition is currently unknown.

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Images from the scene show police sealing off a section of the road near Corkerhill Road, Cardonald.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 11am on Friday, July 5, 2024, we received a report of a crash involving a van and a mobility scooter which happened on Paisley Road West in Glasgow.

"The owner of the mobility scooter was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment."

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