SECOND fallen tree causes emergency response

SECOND fallen tree causes emergency response
SECOND fallen tree causes emergency response

Another fallen tree has sparked an emergency response in Glasgow.

Earlier today, the Glasgow Times reported that a tree has fallen on the train tracks in the Dalmally area and caused disruption to services between Glasgow Queen Street and Oban.

Now, a second tree has plunged near a car in Glasgow's Linthouse, resulting in a 999 response.

Police Scotland has confirmed that they were called to Burghead Drive just before 1pm today, following reports of the incident.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has also said that they were alerted and one firetruck was sent out to assist.

Pictures from the scene

Emergency response

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A spokesperson added that there were no injuries and no structural damage caused by the fallen tree.

Pictures taken by Camera Club member Sandra Brown shows the tree fallen near a car as officers and firefighters arrive at the scene.

A yellow weather warning for heavy rain and wind was in place until 2pm this afternoon.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 12.55pm on Friday, September 30, 2022, police were called to the Burghead Drive area of Glasgow, following a report of a tree falling.

"Officers remain at the scene assisting Scottish Fire and Rescue.”