A woman was cut free from her car in Partick this morning after her vehicle collided with a lorry. 

Emergency services were called to the scene on Crow Road at 8.30am before the woman was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Police have said her injuries are not life-threatening. 

The road currently remains blocked northbound where the vehicles are yet to be recovered. 

A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "We were alerted at 8.31am on Friday, August 7 to reports of a road traffic collision in the Broomhill area of Glasgow.

"Operations Control mobilised five appliances to the scene at Balshagray Avenue, where firefighters used specialist cutting gear to help remove one casualty from their vehicle.

"The casualty was thereafter passed into the care of paramedics and taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

"Firefighters left the scene after working to make the area safe."