Officers in hospital and hurt after Glasgow police chase

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Two officers are in hospital after crashing into the side of a van during a police chase in Glasgow.

The crash happened about 10:10am today in the city's south.

Police had been carrying out investigations to find the van, with the incident occurring after the vehicle was found on Harmony Row.

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The driver, who has since been arrested, of the van allegedly failed to stop.

Officers told the BBC they had used "tactical measures" to bring the van to a stop on Pacific Drive.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Two police officers have been taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital with minor injuries. Inquiries into the circumstances are ongoing."

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Part of Govan Road has been blocked following the incident.