Emergency services rush into unrest in east Glasgow as a man is taken to hospital

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A man has been rushed to hospital following an ongoing incident in east Glasgow.

Emergency services rushed to the disturbance on Eversley Street in the Tollcross area at around 12.15pm this afternoon, with officers currently remaining at the scene.

The Daily Record reports that two men were involved in the disturbances and a police cordon was set up around a family home and garage in the area.

CID and canine units were also present on the scene as well as ambulance teams. A man was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, but the extent of his injuries are not known at this time.

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A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers were called to report a disturbance in Eversley Street, Glasgow at around 12.15pm on Thursday 23rd June 2022.

“A man was taken by ambulance to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

“Police remain at the scene and there may be restrictions on trails and roads in the area while investigations are ongoing.”

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