A BUSY Glasgow street closed this afternoon after a teenage boy was seriously injured inside a train station.

Officers were called to the station on High Street after the alarm was raised at around 3.45pm.

Police Scotland say the teenager has been taken to hospital and enquiries are underway.

Glasgow City Council's Traffic Control and Management (TRAFFCOM) team confirmed High Street was closed between George Street/Duke Street and Ingram Street.

The road closed for around one hour and has since reopened to traffic.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We received a report around 3.45pm on Saturday, 16 October, that a teenage boy had been seriously injured inside the station on High Street, Glasgow.

"He has been taken to hospital and enquiries are under way. The station and the road outside are currently closed to allow emergency services access.

"Anyone who was in the area at the time or has information which may be relevant is urged to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident 2280 of Saturday,  October 16, as soon as possible."

ScotRail announced High Street station is closed and all services are bypassing the stop as emergency crews deal with the incident.

Customers can leave the train at either Glasgow Queen Street Low Level or at Bellgrove.

Alternatively, passengers can board services to and from Glasgow Central Low Level and alight at Bridgeton.

ScotRail said it is working closely with the emergency services during this time and updates will be provided via Twitter.