Ten ambulances have been sent to the scene of a crash in which three children and a woman were struck by a car.
Emergency services were called to Kirkton Street in Carluke, South Lanarkshire, shortly after 3pm on Wednesday.
A woman in her 20s and three children have been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.
The Scottish Ambulance Service said the incident was ongoing.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 3.07pm to attend an incident on Kirkton Street, Carluke and dispatched 10 resources to the scene.
“One female in her twenties and three children have been transported to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.”
Inspector William Broatch, from Motherwell Road Policing Unit, said: “Around 3.10pm, police were called to James Street in Carluke, at the junction with Kirkton Street, following a report of a road crash involving a car and four pedestrians – a woman and three children.
“The pedestrians are all being conveyed to hospital for treatment. Emergency services remain at the scene and local diversions are in place.
“Anyone with information on the incident can call police on 101, quoting incident 2110 of October 27.”
More to follow.