A MAN has been taken to hospital after a 999 response in the city centre. 

Officers said they were called to Argyle Street this morning over concerns for the man.

It is understood the man was close to the Waterstones book shop and police were spotted in the area. 

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Now a force spokesman said he has been taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary for treatment. 

The Glasgow Times understands that it was a medical issue. 

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "We were made aware of concern for a man on Argyle Street in Glasgow shortly after 11.45 am on Friday, June 4.

"The man has been taken by ambulance to Glasgow Royal Infirmary for treatment."