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Lorry lost control and hit people 'over a number of sites'

This map shows the distance the lorry is thought to have travelled after losing control.

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Superintendent Stewart Carle of Police Scotland told reporters at the scene that the lorry had hit several pedestrians as it careered along the road.

"I can't confirm how many fatalities there have been because it is over a number of sites."

PM: Thoughts with those involved in Glasgow incident

Prime Minister David Cameron has tweeted he is being kept fully briefed on the major incident in Glasgow.

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Sturgeon appeals to Glasgow shoppers to contact relatives

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid tributes to the victims of today's crash in Glasgow and echoed the police's appeal for people who are in the city to contact relatives to let them know they are safe.

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Police confirm 'a number of fatalities' after bin lorry hit pedestrians in Glasgow

Police have confirmed there are a "number of fatalities" after a bin lorry careered out of control hitting pedestrians in the heart of Glasgow today.

Glasgow shoppers asked to contact families

The Scottish Police Federation has asked people in Glasgow to contact their families to let them know they are safe following the "serious" collision involving a bin lorry in the city this afternoon.

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