'Car on fire' driven into Glasgow airport By staff and agencies Last Updated: 4:39pm BST 30/06/2007 Police have confirmed a vehicle has driven into the terminal building in Glasgow Airport and is now on fire. Earlier, the BBC reported witnesses saying a car on fire had tried to drive into the airport through the main doors. The car's occupants were seen fighting with police inside the terminal, they said. The airport has been evacuated and all flights are suspended. The Strathclyde Fire Service is at the scene. There were no immediate reports of any injuries. Witness James Edgar told Sky News he was in the airport during the incident. He said a four-wheel drive, believed to be a Cherokee Jeep, tried to drive into the building, but was stopped by security barriers. "I was in the airport booking a holiday, suddenly people were running as if they were missing their flight, but then we were told to get out of the airport," he said. "A four-by-four had rammed into the building and caught on fire. "Police were scuffling with a gentleman." A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said it was too early to say whether today's incident was terrorist related. She said the vehicle had not penetrated the building and the blaze was under control. The incident happened at about 3.15pm. It comes one day after police in London foiled two car bomb attacks in the capital.