Four people were rushed to hospital after an escalator malfunctioned at a Glasgow train station.

The incident occurred at Argyle Street station at around 9am on Wednesday.

Five people were hurt and four of them were treated for their injuries in hospital.

Transport police were made aware of the incident and the station remains open as normal.

A spokesperson for the British Transport Police said: "Officers received a report that an escalator had malfunctioned at Argyle station shortly after 9am this morning.

"Five people were treated for minor injuries and four of those were taken to hospital.

"The Office of Road and Rail have been notified of the incident."