Four children are among eight people taken to hospital after a fire broke out at a building in Glasgow.
Fire crews rescued two people after the blaze broke out at the property in Acre Drive, in the Maryhill area, shortly before 3am on Tuesday.
The fire crews battled through the severe heat and dense smoke to rescue the pair before the fire was put out in the ground floor of the property.
The two who were rescued were treated at the scene before being taken to Western Infirmary by ambulance.
A further two adults and the four children, who were suffering from slight smoke inhalation, received oxygen at the scene before being taken to Yorkhill Hospital for further precautionary treatment.
The cause of the fire has not been established and will be investigated by Strathclyde Police and Strathclyde Fire and Rescue's Incident Research and Investigation Section.