Fire crews are tackling a major blaze in Dundee’s former mill district.
The alarm was raised just after 3pm on Monday and 10 appliances have been mobilised, including two aerial platforms.
The Scottish Fire & Rescue Service say they were called to a well-developed fire in a derelict building in Douglas Street.
A two-storey property was alight, with flames reaching the roof space and thick, black smoke billowing across the city.
Surrounding streets have been closed off while the fire is brought under control.