Six people have been killed and eight others were injured after a bin lorry in Glasglow went out of control on Monday afternoon. The fatal incident happened when the lorry hit the pedestrians who were busy shopping for Christmas in central Glasglow.
The council vehicle then crashed into the Millennium Hotel, near Queen Street station in George Square, reported the BBC.
According to eyewitnesses, the scene was “horrific”.
Declaring the incident as “major”, Police Scotland said there appeared to be nothing “sinister” about the crash.
The force has launched a dedicated number – 01786 289070 – for anyone who has concerns about relatives or friends.