Fire crews have been called out after a blaze broke out at a derelict building in Aberdeen.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) received a call at 5.03pm, sending four appliances, including two jets and a height vehicle to the scene 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.
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.
“The fire had started in a first floor flat.
“We are still on scene, but just dampening down.”
The height appliance is currently being used to breakaway tiles from the chimney, allowing crews to gain access to the roof.