A man was rescued from the Clyde on Friday afternoon. 

Emergency services rushed to Victoria Bridge in Glasgow around 3.40pm for a water rescue. 

The condition of the man remains unknown. 

A spokeswoman from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "We received a request from police to attend a report of a male in the water at 3.39pm."

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It comes after warnings by the Glasgow Human Society to refrain from entering the waterways around Glasgow. 

A tweet by the lifeboat organisation reads: "We would urge the public to refrain from entering the waterways in and around Glasgow.

"Although the weather is warm the water is not and cold water shock can set in if water is below 15C. The River Clyde is approx 10C. Cold water can kill!"