A man has been taken to hospital after falling from a scaffold in Glasgow city centre.
Police have confirmed a 33-year-old man was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary by ambulance following a fall from height that happened shortly before 8 am on Tuesday (27 October).
It’s still unknown of the man’s condition or if the man was working for the scaffolding company at the time of the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesman told local media: “At 7.45am on Tuesday officers were called to reports of a man falling from scaffolding in St Vincent Lane in Glasgow city centre.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received a call at 07.38 hours today to attend an incident at St Vincent Lane, Glasgow.
“We dispatched out special operations team, a paramedic response unit, one ambulance and a critical care paramedic to the scene.
“We transported one male patient in his 30s to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.”