Firefighters were called to two blazes in the North-east.
Four appliances were sent to Hanover Street in Aberdeen to deal with a fire at a residential property.
The alarm was raised at 1.05am today with crews sent from Central and North Anderson Drive.
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “Everyone was accounted for.
“The stop message was received by our teams at 2.07am.”
“We had six breathing apparatus in use by firefighters and two hose reel jets were used to extinguish the fire.”
Meanwhile, emergency services were also called to a fire in a residential property in Newmachar yesterday.
Four crews were sent to the scene on Straloch Avenue at 8.05pm.
The teams spent two hours on the street dealing with the blaze.
A spokeswoman for SFRS said: “We received the call about a fire at a residential property on Straloch Avenue in Newmachar at 8.05pm.
“We had four appliances on the scene and had two hose reel jets in use and four breathing apparatus for support.”