AMBULANCE crews were called to a city car boot sale after a man became unwell.

The alarm was raised at the Polmadie Car Boot Sale in the city's South Side on Sunday morning.

The Scottish Ambulance Service said they arrived at the Jessie Street venue just after 7 am.

They took the man to the hospital. They provided no further details about his condition or age. 

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A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman: “We received a call at around 7.11am on Sunday, August 18 to attend an incident at Jessie Street, Glasgow.

"An ambulance and paramedic response unit were dispatched to the scene and one male patient taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.”