An investigation has been launched after a five-year-old-boy got trapped in an escalator on a school trip.
Emergency services were called to the Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) at around 12:15pm yesterday.
The child had got his shoe stuck in the escalator and required help from firefighters to be freed.
There were no “obvious injuries”, according to a Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman, however he was taken to the Royal Hospital for Children.
A GSC spokeswoman said: “GSC staff contacted emergency services to provide support. Paramedics assessed the child before firefighters freed him.
“The school pupil was taken to hospital for further assessment as a precautionary measure.
“We are currently investigating the accident.”