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Six injured, including two police, in car crash
Six people, including two police officers, have been injured after a car crash outside a university in Glasgow.
The incident took place on Cowcaddens Road outside Glasgow Caledonian University after midday on Monday.
It is alleged that an Audi TT car collided with a number of pedestrians and then a police van.
Police Scotland confirmed it had been called to a "disturbance" at 12.20pm and a spokeswoman confirmed two police officers and four pedestrians had sustained injuries in the incident.
The Scottish Ambulance Service said it had been called to a report of a female being knocked down. When paramedics arrived, they were confronted by six casualties.
A spokesman said none of the injuries appeared to be serious but all six were taken to hospital, with some being taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and others to the Western Infirmary.
A woman has been charged with alleged road traffic offences in connection with the incident.
A spokeswoman for the university said: “Glasgow Caledonian University regards the safety of its students as paramount and we are extremely concerned that a group of students and other members of the public were injured in a road accident outside the gates of the University in Cowcaddens Road.
"We dispatched our own first aiders to assist, but paramedics were quickly on the scene and attended to the injured. Although some were taken to hospital, our current understanding is that no-one was seriously injured. The university’s support team is liaising with the injured students and their families."