A RESCUE operation was reportedly launched this afternoon amid fears that a person had gone missing in the water near the TRNSMT festival.
Emergency services rushed to Glasgow’s Albert Bridge near Glasgow Green.
Police and water crews could be seen scouring the below deck area during the apparent rescue mission.
An eyewitness at the scene, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Scottish Sun: “It was an obvious search for water for one person.
“Police rushed around the bridge and a rescue team appeared and headed to the water’s edge. They spent 10 minutes there among the tall grass.
“The raft rescue team was on the wrong side of the spillway to search.
“It was a search or an answer.”
Police Scotland have been approached for comment.
We told how two people were caught trying to sneak into Glasgow Green in 2019 while swimming along the River Clyde.
Images appeared on social media appearing to show the men in the water.
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They could be seen dancing, hugging the foundations of the bridge that crosses the Clyde at Crown Street, near Glasgow Green.
We have also revealed the full list of banned items from TRNSMT.
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