TWO men have been rushed to hospital following a two-vehicle smash in North Glasgow.

It comes after emergency service crews raced to Balgrayhill Road in Springburn at around 10.25am on Thursday, October 12, after receiving a report of the accident.

Officers say two men, aged 62 and 66, were then taken to Glasgow's Royal Infirmary for treatment.

The 66-year-old man was also arrested in connection with alleged road traffic offences.

It is also understood the road is still partially blocked and crews are still on scene.

Following the accident, the council have said due to damage sustained, the traffic lights at the junction of Balgrayhill Road and Stobhill Road are off.

They are advising road users to approach with caution until they are fixed.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "Around 10.25am on Thursday, October 12, we received reports of a two-vehicle crash on Balgrayhill Road, Glasgow.

"Emergency services are in attendance and the road is partially blocked.

"Two men aged 62 and 66, have been taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

"The 66-year-old man has also been arrested in connection with road traffic offences.

"Enquiries are ongoing."

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson added: "We were called to assist emergency service partners at a road traffic collision involving two vehicles on Stobhill Road, Balornock on Thursday, October 12, at 10.27am.

"Operations control mobilised three fire appliances to the scene.

"Two casualties were removed prior to our arrival and were under the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service.

"Crews left at 12.16pm after ensuring the area had been made safe."

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 10:25 to attend an incident on Balgrayhill Road, Glasgow.

"Two ambulances and two special operations response teams (SORT) were dispatched to the scene, and two patients were transported to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.”