UPDATE: A man has been taken to hospital.

Paramedics are treating a man outside a pub in Glasgow's East End following a fire. 

No details have been provided on the man's condition. 

It comes after we reported that 999 crews attended Shettleston Road on Tuesday afternoon just after 2pm.

Glasgow Times:

Police have now said they were called to a report of a fire on a premises. They have not named the premises but a cordon is in place outside The Railway Tavern pub. 

Fire crews said they arrived on the scene just after 2pm to assist 999 colleagues but provided no further details on the incident. 

An Eyewitness told The Glasgow Times: "There is a large police presence and there is a fire alarm going off. 

"The polis were chatting to loads of folk.

"I think something serious has happened."

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Nearby Killin Street was also subjected to a police cordon but officers have since reopened it. It closed from Shettleston Road to Gatehouse Street.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 2.10pm on Tuesday, 16 May, 2023, police were called to a report of a fire at a premises in the Shettleston Road area of Glasgow.

“Emergency services remain in attendance and a man is being treated by paramedics at the scene. Enquiries are ongoing."

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson added: "We were requested at 2.15pm on Tuesday, 16 May to assist our emergency service partners at a premises on Glasgow's Shettleston Road.
"Operations Control mobilised two fire appliances to the area, where firefighters worked to support their partners before leaving the scene."

Scottish Ambulance Service have all been contacted for comment.