A construction worker has died after a crane collapsed in Glasgow city centre.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the industrial accident in Port Dundas Road in Glasgow.
Another man, who was also working on Buchanan House in the city centre, has been taken to the Royal Infirmary suffering from "severe head injuries", the Scottish Ambulance Service said.
The ambulance service said they had received emergency calls from witnesses that reported the man had become trapped after the collapse of a crane working on the building.
Strathclyde Police said they were dealing with an "industrial accident" at the site, after receiving 999 calls at around 12.20pm on Wednesday.
A spokeswoman for the force said the building had been evacuated as a precaution.
Emergency services remain at the office block, which is currently under refurbishment. Network Rail and Transport Scotland are among the organisations based at the building.
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