A woman has been rescued from a river after a car went “at traipse” into the water.
The incident befell on the River Clyde at about 13: 00, at the crossing for the Renfrew Ferry, which hyperlinks the town with Yoker in Glasgow.
A social media fable for the Renfrew Ferry said the vessel’s skipper “dragged her out” from the river and no-one used to be damage.
Police said a 52-365 days-extinct woman used to be being checked over by paramedics.
The Renfrew Ferry’s Twitter fable described it as a “indispensable incident”.
It said the ferry provider used to be cancelled whereas the automobile used to be being a long way from the water.
Police Scotland said inquiries into the incident had been continuing.
“Reinforce objects alongside side the marine unit are in attendance even as the automobile is recovered,” a spokesman added.
“The ferry terminal is probably going to be closed in consequence.”