A MAN is in hospital after being injured in an incident outside the Riverside Museum.

The early morning incident prompted a multi-emergency response with police, paramedics and the fire brigade rushing to the scene at around 9am.

It is understood the man is a lorry worker who became hurt.

He was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and his current condition is unknown.

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A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were called to reports of a lorry worker becoming injured on Pointhouse Place, Glasgow at around 9.35am on Monday, June 6, 2022.

“Emergency services attended and the worker was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital."

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "We were called at 8.54am on Monday, June 6 to assist at an incident at Pointhouse Place, Glasgow.

"Operations Control mobilised three appliances to the scene, where crews remain in attendance alongside emergency service partners."

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The Riverside Museum onfirmed that they were closed today following the incident.

A statement says: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Riverside Museum will not be open today.

"We’re sorry for any disappointment this may cause and will update on reopening as soon as we are able to."