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Man rescued from River Clyde in Glasgow

Emergency services

A man has been rescued from the River Clyde in Glasgow city centre.

Police Scotland said they were called to reports of a man in the water close to King George V Bridge, off the Broomielaw, at about 10:55.

Members of the public and police officers threw lifebelts to the man.

The 34-year-old was pulled from the water by the crew of a fire rescue boat. He has been taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary for assessment.

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