A 65-year-old man has been rushed to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital following a two-vehicle crash.
The accident happened on Keppochhill Road, which runs between Possilpark and Springburn within the north of the town, at round 3.55pm right now (Thursday, November 22).
Emergency companies raced to the scene to help and an ambulance took the person to hospital
It’s unclear right now the character of his accidents.
The street was initially locked down westbound from Carlisle Road to Coxhill Road, and buses have been pressured to re-route. The street reopened at round 6.20pm tonight.
Pictures taken on the crash site, which have been shared on social media by a close-by resident, present a number of blue-lit cop vehicles in addition to no less than two fireplace engines parked up on the spot the place the smash occurred, reports The Daily Record.
A Police Scotland spokesperson stated: “Round 3.55pm on Thursday, 24 November 2022, police acquired a report of a two car crash on Keppochhill Street, Glasgow.
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“A 65-year-old man was taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth College Hospital.
“The street was reopened round 6.20pm.
“Enquiries are ongoing into the circumstances of the crash.”