A person has been rushed to hospital after 999 crews descended on Strathclyde Park.

We previously reported that there was a significant emergency services presence at the busy park on Monday, April 1.

Multiple police and ambulance vehicles were pictured at the scene and officers were combing the area.

Glasgow Times:

The Scottish Ambulance Service confirmed that they had been called out shortly before 11am.

An ambulance and trauma team were sent.

They transported a person to Haimyres Hospital following the incident, which is understood to have been medical-related.

Glasgow Times:

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 10:46 on Monday April 1 to attend an incident at Strathclyde Country Park.

"We dispatched one ambulance and a trauma team to the scene. One patient was transported to Hairmyres Hospital, East Kilbride.”

Police Scotland was contacted for comment.