COPS have revealed 'no crime' was established after a woman was hit by a bus in Glasgow.

We previously reported that 999 crews raced to Dumbarton Road in the city's West End on Wednesday, January 24, at around 6.15pm.

A large section of the road was taped off during the accident.

Following that, a 63-year-old woman was rushed to hospital for treatment.

Cops previously said the driver of the bus and passengers were uninjured.

Now, after conducting an investigation into the incident, police have revealed 'no crime' was 'established'.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "We received a report of a crash involving a bus and a 63-year-old female female pedestrian on Dumbarton Road, Whiteinch, around 6.15pm on Wednesday, January 24, 2024.

“The woman was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment.

“Enquiries have been carried out and no crime established.

“The public have been thanked for their assistance.”