Cops and paramedics rushed to an emergency incident at Ibrox station after the Rangers game.

999 crews were called to the Subway station shortly after 10pm when fans would have been making their way home after the Ross County match.

They responded to a report of a passenger on the subway becoming unwell.

When transport cops arrived, the person was found to be unconscious. 

Officers used a defibrillator on the individual until paramedics arrived.

They were taken to hospital. 

A spokesperson for British Transport Police said: “We were called to Ibrox subway station, Glasgow, shortly before 10pm yesterday (February 14) following a report of a passenger taking ill on board a train

“Officers attended and found the person unconscious.

“They deployed the defibrillator until paramedics arrived and took the person to hospital.”

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 22:04 on Wednesday, February 14 to attend an incident at Ibrox Station, Glasgow.

"Two ambulances were dispatched to the scene and one patient was transported to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.”

We previously reported that the Subway outer circle was suspended last night due to a 'passenger incident'.