A statement from Strathclyde Fire and Rescue says the emergency services are attending the scene of the crash in "large numbers". The accident happened at 1:45pm this afternoon.
Large numbers of fire, police and ambulance personnel are in attendance, with specially trained personnel from all three services working closely together.
Resources have been drafted from across the west of Scotland, including Strathclyde Fire & Rescue firefighters from its Urban Search and Rescue team (USAR).
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