Ambulance explodes outside hospital
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Ambulance explodes outside Glasgow hospital

An ambulance has been destroyed after it burst into flames and exploded outside a Glasgow hospital.

The vehicle caught fire near Stobhill Hospital at about 13:50 on Wednesday.

The Scottish Ambulance Service said it had not been responding to an emergency and there was no patient on board at the time.

No-one was injured and the fire has now been extinguished. It is thought the explosion was caused by an oxygen cylinder.

  • 01 Nov 2017