It took less than an hour to find the young girl and she was re-united with mum who was shaking with nerves.
The mum then took to Facebook to thank everyone who had helped in the search.
We also had emergency calls for the swans on the River Cart as four of their new cygnets were found swimming in a dumped container of oil and one of the four young swans had gone missing and feared dead.
We also had people go down and watch out for them till help arrived and luckily Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Centre staff came and gave them a health check and will keep an eye on them for the next couple of days until any sign of danger has passed.
Then there were reports of a fire at the West End of Town this morning and as the day went on the building collapsed and was destroyed, unbeknown to us there were 17 people living in the flats above the shop that was on fire.
A family of five were left on Well Street (3 children – 2 months 6 year old boy and 2 year old girl) literally in the clothes they left the house and the kids had no shoes.
A member of the public picked them up and took them to their temporary accommodation which was organised by Renfrewshire Council at Gleniffer Hotel in Paisley. Two families are now in temporary accommodation there.
There was a massive cry for help for the families who literally lost everything in the fire and had nothing left.
A collection centre was organised at the West End community centre and the Lagoon Leisure Centre which took the bulk of donations that were asked for, from nappies and wipes for the baby, shoes and clothing for the kids and clothing and necessities for the adults.
People from all around including Clydebank, Renfrew, Erskine and surrounding areas of Paisley have came together for the families and the collection point at the Lagoon Leisure Centre was swamped with donations.
The families now have emergency packs and have also been kindly given lots of kind donations including a free slap-up meal from The Ark (next to Sma’ Shot Cottages) and cash donations to help them get by.
People have literally been in tears at the generosity of the public and just how Paisley has come together over a weekend to help complete strangers..
I can only speak for myself (Brian McGuire of paisley.org.uk), it has been a crazy weekend and one of the busiest social weekends for some time.
I have had thousands of tweets and hundreds of Facebook posts over the last couple of days, the Paisley Buddies really are the salt of the earth and amazing when times of need come calling. I am always proud to come from Paisley but this weekend I am especially so… well done everyone.
My word of the weekend is Social Good and it definitely has been a weekend for Paisley Buddies to Rally Round for Social Good.
Credit: Picture of fire courtesy of Michael James.