Two people have been injured after a car overturned on the Clydeside Express Way in Glasgow.
The accident, which took place at 12.30pm on Wednesday, has closed the busy road causing major delays for motorists travelling from the west end of the city.
Paramedics were called to the scene and rescued two people from the vehicle.
Two ambulances are currently in attendance at the incident opposite SECC, a spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service confirmed.
Strathclyde Police confirmed one woman was being treated as "walking wounded" but officers had no details of the second casualty.
The road has been closed and motorists are being diverted at Partick.
Strathclyde Fire and Rescue is at the scene and will attempt to move the car into lane before reopening the road.
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