A BUSY road in Castlemilk was closed last night after a teenage boy was hit by a bus.

We reported on Wednesday how officers rushed to deal with an incident on Castlemilk Drive, between Dougrie Drive and Glenacre Drive.

The road had been closed for a period of time with police diversions in place before being opened again.

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The force has since confirmed a 14-year-old had been struck by a bus.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman told the Evening Times: “Police were called to Castlemilk Drive at 6.45pm on Wednesday to a report of a 14-year-old boy having been struck by a bus.

“Emergency services attended and he was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment.”

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It is believed the boy’s condition is not life-threatening.

The Scottish Ambulance Service has been approached for more details.