Firefighters are continuing to work to extinguish a blaze that broke out at a former nightclub in Fife for the third time this year on Sunday.
Crews raced to the scene on Hunter Street in Kirkcaldy on Sunday afternoon after being alerted to the blaze at the former Kitty’s nightclub shortly before 3pm.
Six appliances and two height trucks were on the scene during the worst of the blaze.
Fires previously broke out at the former nightspot in August and March of this year.
The venue closed in 2019 and plans were approved by Fife Council to turn the building into flats.
However, the plans were withdrawn and the property has been put on the market again as a nightclub or redevelopment opportunity.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) confirmed nobody was hurt in the latest incident.
A spokesman said: “We were alerted at 2.46pm on Sunday, September 3, to reports of a building fire on Hunter Street, Kirkcaldy.
“Operations Control mobilised six appliances and two height appliances to the scene.
“There are no reported casualties.
“Crews remain in attendance.”
A spokesman confirmed on Monday morning that two appliances are still at the scene.