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Glasgow taxi driver taken to hospital after police vehicle collision

A Glasgow taxi driver was taken to hospital following a crash with a police vehicle on Good Friday.

In a late evening incident on Friday 29 March, a collision occurred between a police vehicle and a taxi on Great Western Road at Anniesland Cross in Glasgow, as confirmed by a Police Scotland spokesperson.

The taxi driver was promptly taken to hospital as a precautionary measure following the incident, which took place around 8.05 pm. Fortunately, there have been no other injuries reported in relation to the crash at this time.

Investigations into the circumstances of the collision are currently ongoing, with authorities seeking to understand the sequence of events leading up to the incident. The area, known for its busy traffic, witnessed temporary disruptions following the crash.

Police Scotland is appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward as they continue to piece together the details of the crash. Further updates are expected as the enquiry progresses.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 8.05pm on Friday, March 29, a police vehicle and a taxi were involved in a collision on Great Western Road at Anniesland Cross.

"One man, the taxi driver, was taken to hospital as a precaution. 

"No reports of any other injury at this time.

"Enquiries into the crash are continuing."


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