TWO men have been found injured in Govanhill.

Police raced to Cathcart Road around 7.25pm last night after receiving reports of an injured male in the street.

However, while carrying out enquiries, officers discovered a second injured man at a property in Butterbiggins Road.

Both men were taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

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Their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Officers attended the Cathcart Road area at around 7.25pm on Saturday, August 1, in response to a call regarding an injured male.

"Subsequent enquiries were carried out at a property on Butterbiggins Road where a second injured man was found.

"Both men were taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital with non life-threatening, injuries.

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"Enquiries are currently ongoing regarding this incident."

As previously reported by the Glasgow Times, much of the area was sealed off to the public around 8pm last night.

A bus stop and green space were taped off with two officers standing guard.