THE Celtic shop on Argyle Street has been damaged after a lorry reportedly reversed into the storefront. 

The Hoops merchandise shop in the city centre was reportedly struck by the driver of a heavy goods vehicle. 

The Scottish Sun reports that crowds in the street attempted to help the lorry driver safely onto the main road from a tight corner on Mitchell Street. 

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A sign was then seen falling to the ground, according to footage seen by the paper. 

It is understood that no one was injured in the incident. 

A police spokeswoman told the paper: "We received a report of a vehicle having collided with a building on Argyle Street, Glasgow, around 3.15pm on Wednesday, August 12.

"Nobody was injured."