A woman was taken to hospital after being hit by a sign from the shop that fell in Glasgow.
Emergency services were called to Argyll Street just before 3pm after strong winds removed the sign outside Marks & Spencer.
Eyewitnesses reported hearing a “loud bang” when the store sign hit the floor, injuring two people.
A woman was taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary but her condition is unknown.
The area is currently isolated from the police.
Social media images show that the sign was torn over the store entrance.
The Scottish ambulance service confirmed that he was called to the busy shopping street.
A spokesman said: “Today we received a call at 2.15 pm to participate in an accident on Argyll Street in Glasgow. We sent an ambulance team to the scene. “
A Scottish police spokesman said: “Around 3 pm on Friday February 21, 2020, police received news of two injured after being hit by debris from a High Street shop on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
“Emergency services are present. A woman was taken to the hospital and the area is isolated.”
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service also confirmed that they were present after receiving the call at 2.28pm. They have two sets on the scene.