Train services in Paisley have been severely disrupted after a gas explosion.

Emergency services locked down Well Street after being called to the incident around 4.30am on Saturday morning.

There is no report of any injuries but police remained on the scene for a number of hours while the area was made safe.

The blast had a significant effect on ScotRail services running through Paisley Gilmour Street station.

Bus replacement services were put in place by the train operator.

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Services are now said to be returning to normal but delays can be expected on some routes.

The explosion comes less than 24 hours after two people were rushed to hospital following a similar incident in Govan.

A spokewoman for Police Scotland said: "Around 4.30am on Saturday, police received a report of a gas explosion at a premises in Well Street, Paisley.

"There are no reports of injuries at this time."