Two people have been treated for smoke inhalation after a flat fire in Aberdeen.
Emergency services were called to Hanover Street in Aberdeen at 1.05am today to deal with the blaze.
An investigation into the incident is set to be launched by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) and Police Scotland.
A spokeswoman for police said it was in the “early stages” of its inquiry.
Two people were treated at the scene for minor smoke inhalation by the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Around 18 firefighters from Central and North Anderson Drive stations were sent to the street.
The road was closed by Police Scotland to allow the SFRS to battle the fire.
The SFRS spokeswoman said: “We had four appliances at the scene on Hanover Street.
“We had six breathing apparatus in use by firefighters and two hose reel jets were used to extinguish the fire.
“There was also a positive pressure ventilation fan that was used to reduce the smoke.
“The stop message was received by our teams at 2.07am. Our crews were then dampening down and ventilating the property.
“The last appliance left the scene at 3.09am.
“An investigation will be launched with Police Scotland into the incident.”