A GLASS panel has fallen ten floors from Glasgow’s £840 million super hospital.

Nobody was injured in the incident at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital on Thursday morning.

An NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde spokesman said it was “not, at this time, clear why this happened.”

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He added: “An external decorative external panel this morning fell from the 10th floor of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital building.

“Fortunately, no-one was hurt and the area was immediately secured.

“Facilities staff are on site to assess and repair the damage.”

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The hospital - which is one of the largest acute hospitals in the UK and home to major specialist services - opened in 2015.

The incident is not a first for the hospital which has been plagued with issues.

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As previously reported by the Evening Times, cracking began to appear on a window last June which saw staff rush to cordon off an area.

Then, the following month, union bosses called on health chiefs to keep them informed about an investigation into why windows from the hospital were failing.

Just last month, an Evening Times reader told of her anger after she was stuck in a hot lift in the building for over an hour with her sick mother.