Glasgow & West Scotland

Two teenagers hurt in Glasgow city centre fight

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Image caption Witnesses say the disturbance was seen by hundreds of shoppers

Two teenagers have been taken to hospital following a fight involving 10-12 youths in the centre of Glasgow.

The two 15 and 18-year-olds received minor injuries in the incident which happened near the underground station in Buchanan Street at about 16:10.

One of the teenagers was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and the other to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

Police Scotland have appealed for witnesses to contact them.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that the injured teenagers were stabbed.

Insp Shaun Ramsay said: "We received reports of a disturbance involving around 10 to 12 male youths in Buchanan St near to the underground station and at this time two young men are being treated in hospital, although thankfully their injuries do not appear to be life threatening.

"Anyone who witnessed this incident or anyone who has captured the disturbance on their phones is asked to contact officers at Baird Street Police Office via 101."

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