A CYCLIST has been rushed to hospital after being hit by a car in Glasgow last night.

Officers say the incident took place on Renfield Street at its junction with St Vincent Street in the city centre at around 9.30pm on Tuesday, February 6.

The crash involved a cyclist and a car.

Following that, the cyclist, who is a man, was rushed to hospital.

Meanwhile, the driver of the motor was uninjured during the smash.

Police have said an investigation to establish the full circumstances of the incident is now underway.

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We previously reported that Glasgow City Council said St Vincent Street was forced to close between West Nile Street and Hope Street during the horror crash.

It reopened a short while later.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "Around 9.30pm, police received a report of a road crash involving a cyclist and a car on Renfield Street at its junction with St Vincent Street.

"Emergency services attended and the male cyclist was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

"The driver of the car was uninjured and enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances of the collision."

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: "We received a call at 9.25pm on February 6, 2024, to attend an incident on St Vincent Street, Glasgow.

"An ambulance and a Resuscitation Rapid Response Unit (3RU) were dispatched to the scene and one patient was transported to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.”