Woman rushed to hospital after ‘stabbing’ Scots Tesco as cops lock down scene

A WOMAN has been rushed to hospital after an alleged ‘stabbing’ incident at a Scots Tesco.

Cops locked down the scene outside the store on Dalmarnock Road in Rutherglen.


Cops locked down the scene at Tesco in DalmarnockCredit: Google

Emergency services rushed to the store around 1.30pm today.

It is understood the store was evacuated following the alleged incident.

Dozens of police vehicles were photographed outside the store.

A 25-year-old woman was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow following the alleged serious assault.

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Police said a 34-year-old man was arrested in connection with the alleged incident.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were called to a serious assault at premises in Dalmarnock Road, Rutherglen at around 1.30pm on Saturday July 9, 2022.

“A 25-year-old woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

“A 34-year-old man has been arrested in connection.”

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In a separate incident today, residents saw their water supply affected by a large fire at a recycling plant in Aberdeen.

The crews were dispatched to the Altens East recycling center around 4.37pm on Friday.

Up to 24 fire engines, including a special height vehicle, were called to the scene of the blaze in the Altens industrial estate on Hareness Road.

It is understood the fire reignited overnight after a six-hour incident yesterday.

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The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed it is dealing with a “significant” incident at the factory.

Residents have been warned that the large response has caused a strain on the water supply.

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