Man injured after incident at Cala Homes development in Glasgow
A man is in hospital after being injured at a housing development in Glasgow.
Emergency services were called on Tuesday morning to the Jordanhill Park development, where work is being carried out by Cala Homes (West).
The 46-year-old was then transferred to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
The Scottish Ambulance Service confirmed it received a call at 10.12am to attend the incident in Jordanhill.
A spokesperson said: “We dispatched three ambulances and our special operations team to the scene. We transported one male patient to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.”
Cala Homes (West) confirmed that an investigation has now been launched into the incident.
A spokesperson said: “We can confirm that there has been an incident at our Jordanhill Park development in Glasgow.
“We have been working with the emergency services, who have now left the site.
“The safety of our team and subcontractor partners is our priority and an internal investigation is already underway.
“We hope that the individual involved makes a quick recovery. We are unable to provide any further information at this time.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were called around 10.45am on Tuesday, July 25, to a report of a man injured following an industrial incident at a premises in the Southbrae Drive area of Glasgow.
“Emergency services attended and a 46-year-old man was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital by ambulance. The Health and Safety Executive has been made aware.”