An injured person approached a Glasgow bus for help after being stabbed in the East End.

The 41-year-old man was walking on Shettleston Road at around 6.30pm on Wednesday evening with serious injuries.

Seeking aid, they rushed over to First Glasgow's number 60 service which was stationary on the road at the time.

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999 crews arrived soon after and we reported that a heavy police presence was seen in the area, with tape around the bus and multiple cop vehicles parked on Shettleston Road.

Uniform and plainclothes cops were seen near the bus carrying out investigations.

The road was locked down at around 6.45pm on Wednesday and reopened this morning shortly before 7am, according to Glasgow City Council traffic officers.

Cops confirmed the man was rushed to hospital and that an investigation has been launched into the shocking attack.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We received a report of a disturbance on Shettleston Road, Glasgow, around 6.20pm on Wednesday, March 13, 2024.

"Emergency services attended and a 41-year-old man was taken to hospital for treatment.

"Enquiries are ongoing."

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A spokesperson for First Bus said: “We can confirm emergency services attended to an injured pedestrian who approached one of our vehicles shortly before 6:30pm last night for help.

“The pedestrian approached the stationary service 60 bus in the Shettleston area of the city and emergency services were almost instantly in attendance.

“Our thoughts are with the injured person and we wish to thank our customers for their understanding during the incident.”

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 6.20pm on Wednesday to attend an incident on Shettleston Road.

"We dispatched two ambulances, a critical care paramedic and our trauma team to the scene. We transported one male patient in his 40s to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.”