Emergency services raced to the scene at Myrehead Farm between Falkirk and Linlithgow at 10.10am this morning and a rescue operation remains ongoing.
Officers have confirmed roads in the area have been closed as the investigation continues.
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A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Police in Forth Valley responded along with other emergency services to a farm in the Falkirk area following a report that a wall had collapsed.
“The incident happened around 10.10am on Monday, May 6 and it is believed a number of people may have been injured, however, inquiries are ongoing.
“Local road closures are in place while emergency services remain in attendance.”