FIRE crews have tackled a third blaze at a disused Aberdeen factory, following two other fires at the site in just over a week.
Three crews were called to the fire at the historic Broadford Works site shortly before 10pm yesterday – just two days after a massive blaze took hold in the former textile factory.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “We attended a small fire at a derelict building at the Broadford Works in Maberly Street.
“Two pumps, a height vehicle and a hose reel jet were in use.”
The fire on Saturday took hold in the upper floor and roof area of one of the buildings on Maberly Street.
It followed a smaller blaze at the site on Monday, May 18.
Both of these blazes at the site, which is owned by city business tycoon Ian Suttie, are being treated as suspicious.
Meanwhile, three crews attended a flat fire in Aberdeen on Baker Street, Rosemount at 7.50pm yesterday.
A hose reel jet and fan were in use, before the blaze was brought under control at around 8pm.
No one was injured.