A MAN has been rushed to hospital after a lorry overturned in Glasgow's southside.

Emergency services were called to Inverlair Avenue, near Cathcart, shortly after noon on Wednesday.

The HGV vehicle was spotted on its side, with contents, including pieces of wood, scattered beside it. 

Ambulance crews took the injured man to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Meanwhile, recovery of the vehicle was arranged. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We were made aware of an overturned lorry on Inverlair Avenue in Glasgow around 12.05pm on Wednesday, January 11.

"One man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and recovery was arranged for the vehicle.”