A man has been arrested following an incident in Glasgow last night.

Around a dozen emergency services vehicles, including ambulance special operations response teams and police with riot shields descended on Skene Road in Ibrox.

The alarm was raised amid "concern for a person" within a property on the street at around 7pm.

Pictures from the scene show the scale of the emergency response near to the Rangers Football Club stadium.

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Crews remained at the scene until around 9.30pm at which point a 27-year-old man was taken to hospital.

He has since been arrested and is due to appear in court later.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Police were called about 7pm to a report of a disturbance in the Skene Road area of Glasgow, following concern for a person in a flat.

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"About 9.25pm and a 27-year-old man was taken to hospital for assessment.

"He's now been arrested and charged in connection with the disturbance and he is due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court today.

"A report will be sent the Procurator Fiscal."