A street on the outskirts of Glasgow was turned into a “war zone” in what was described as a targeted attack leaving three men injured.

Frankfield Road, Glasgow

Trouble erupted on Sunday in Frankfield Street, Cadowan, was more likely to be “rival gangs fighting” than anything related to terrorism, said police.

Emergency crews and a police helicopter were scrambled to the scene, where two vans had been set alight.
The three injured men are in a stable condition, Police Scotland said.
Det Supt Stephen Grant said: “Officers are continuing inquiries after three men were left injured in what we understand is a targeted attack in the Cardowan area. These three men are in a stable condition.
“This was a brazen incident on Frankfield Road, involving a number of vehicles being set alight.
“A substantial police response followed the initial reports.”
Neighbours told BBC Scotland reporter John McManus that the disturbance started at about 13:30.
Photographs posted by local residents on Facebook showed thick black smoke and two burnt-out vans being hosed down by firefighters.