Police are investigating the deaths of two men and a woman at a block of flats in Glasgow.
Forensic teams are on the scene at the Red Road flats in Petershill Drive in the Springburn area of the city.
Officers were called to the area at around 8.45am after it was reported the three had fallen to their deaths from a 15th floor balcony at number 63 of the complex.
Some flats in the block are let to the YMCA charity which provides housing for asylum seekers and refugees from Kosovo, Africa, Asia, the former Soviet Union, Iran and Iraq.
Eye witness Agnes Mulholland told STV News she saw the bodies lying on the ground before emergency services arrived.
She said: "Two of them were lying face down, but one of the men was lying face up. He had blood on his face. It was a very shocking thing to see."
STV reporter Gordon Chree said from the scene: "The whole area around the flats has been sealed off by police and a large white tent has been erected in front of the tower block.
"Locals also say they were Eastern European in appearance and in their late 20s or early 30s."
Elizabeth Neilson, 42, who lives in the opposite block, said: "I opened my blinds and saw them lying there this morning at about 8.30am.
"I saw two concierge standing there and three bodies lying on the ground. It is horrible. I was traumatised.
"I phoned the concierge and he said he couldn`t say much, but that three people had thrown themselves off the veranda."
Another resident in the block where the incident occurred said the victims had only moved into the flats around two months ago.
A spokeswoman for Glasgow Housing Association, which owns the flats, said: "We are very saddened to hear about the tragic incident at 63 Petershill Drive in the north of Glasgow.
"The police and the emergency services are continuing their inquiries and we are helping in every way we can."
A spokeswoman for Strathclyde Police said: "At around 8.45am Strathclyde Police were called to a report of three adults, two men and one woman, found dead at the bottom of a tower block in Petershill Drive.
"Police are currently at the scene dealing with the incident. Enquiries are ongoing to establish the identities of the three people involved and post mortem examinations will take place in due course to establish the exact cause of death.
"However, at this time there does not appear to be any suspicious circumstances."
Scottish Ambulance confirmed they were called to the incident but could give no more information.
All eight of the tower blocks are due to be demolished in a phased programme, which will begin shortly.
The Red Road flat complex was once the highest flats in Europe and are largely unoccupied as the local authority is moving residents into new accommodation.