Fire crews were called out after a blaze broke out at a derelict building due to be demolished as part of the Haudagain roundabout revamp.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) received a call at 5.03pm yesterday, sending four appliances, including a height vehicle to the two-storey building on Logie Avenue in Aberdeen.
The service then sent out a further two appliances.
Both Police Scotland and the Scottish Ambulance Service were informed.
According to a spokeswoman from SFRS, the fire started in a room on the first floor of the block of flats.
The spokeswoman said: “We received a call at 5.03pm about a fire in a derelict building in the Logie Avenue area of Aberdeen.
“Four appliances were initially sent, including two jets and a height vehicle, although another two were requested.
“We used two main jets and four breathing apparatus.
“The fire had started in a first floor flat and spread into the roof.”
The fire was put out by 7.20pm but crews remained on the scene until 9pm.