A demolition worker has been injured when a gas cylinder exploded at a power plant.
The man was injured by shards of glass from a windscreen when the truck he was driving punctured the cylinder at Inverkip power station in Inverclyde around 8pm on Tuesday.
Strathclyde Police attended the incident which was reported by nearby residents who heard a loud bang.
A spokesman for the force said the worker was treated for "superficial injuries to his face" and that there was no danger to the local area from the explosion.
The contracted demolition work at the site will continue.
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