Two-vehicle crash sparks emergency response near Glasgow Royal Infirmary

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Two-vehicle crash sparks emergency response near Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Two-vehicle crash sparks emergency response near Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Police officers were called to a two-vehicle crash on a street near the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

Cops arrived at the scene around 11.30am this morning, following reports of the incident.

In pictures provided to the Glasgow Times, multiple police cars can be seen, as well as officers managing the traffic.

Glasgow Times: Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times
Glasgow Times: Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times

Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times

Glasgow Times: Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times
Glasgow Times: Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times

Pictures sent to the Glasgow Times

An eyewitness also said that the road has been partially closed.

A force spokesperson has confirmed that recovery has been arranged.

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A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 11.30am on Thursday, September 22, police were called to Castle Street, Glasgow, following a report of a two-vehicle crash.

"Recovery has been arranged.”