A 10-year-old boy has died after falling down a hole at a building site.
Emergency services were called to a report of a boy seriously injured at the site near Glenkirk Drive, Drumchapel, Glasgow, at around 9.55pm on Thursday.
He was taken by ambulance to the city’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, where he died a short time later.
It is understood he fell down a hole into water.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said it was called to a report of a person in water and sent two fire appliances and two water rescue units to the scene.
A police spokesman said: “Inquiries are continuing to establish the exact circumstances surrounding this incident, however the death is not being treated as suspicious.
“The Health and Safety Executive have been informed.”
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received a call at 9.57pm to attend an incident along with our emergency services colleagues, near Kinfauns Drive in Drumchapel.
“Our special operations response team, an ambulance crew and a paramedic response unit responded and a patient was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital by ambulance.”
The incident happened at a multi-agency site, one of those being Scottish Water.
A Scottish Water spokeswoman said: “We are aware of an incident at a construction site in Drumchapel last night which has tragically resulted in a young boy losing his life.
“We, together with the other agencies working on this site, are assisting Police Scotland and the Health and Safety Executive with their investigations.
“All of our thoughts are with the boy who has lost his life, his family and friends.”
A Health and Safety Executive spokesman said: “HSE are aware and assisting police with their inquiries.”
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