Investigators are continuing to establish the cause of an explosion that destroyed a shop and left a man seriously injured.
The blast tore through the former newsagents in the east end of Glasgow at around 3am on Friday.
Initially, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue thought the blast may have been caused by a gas leak, but engineers from Scotland Gas Networks confirmed that there was no mains supply to the building.
A 29-year-old man was taken to the Royal Infirmary suffering from burns to his back and leg injuries after he was crushed when he was trapped in the rubble of the building.
Fire officers and Strathclyde Police are continuing an investigation into the blast to establish the cause of it.
As a result of the explosion rubble was strewn across Springboig Road and it was closed to motorists while emergency services responded to the incident.
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