Bodies of two men recovered from River Clyde in Glasgow

The two deaths are not thought to be linked. Picture: John Devlin
The two deaths are not thought to be linked. Picture: John Devlin
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Two bodies have been recovered from the River Clyde in Glasgow on Tuesday morning.

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The two men, who have yet to be identified, are believed to have died in separate incidents.

The first body was pulled from the water after being spotted in the Govan area around 10.15am on Tuesday.

Around an hour later, emergency services were called to the Riverboat Casino where they pulled another body from the water.

Police Scotland are continuing with their inquiries.