A man has been rushed to hospital following a crash in north of Glasgow. 

The incident, which involved one vehicle, occurred around 9pm last night on Maryhill Road.

Emergency services attended the incident and arrangements have since been made to remove the vehicle. 

The man's condition is unknown.

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Police Scotland have now confirmed that an investigation has been launched into the matter. 

A police spokesperson said: "Around 9pm, police were alerted to a road crash involving one vehicle on Maryhill Road.

"Emergency services attended and the male driver of the car was taken to hospital.

"Arrangements were made to uplift the vehicle and enquiries are ongoing."