Six people have been injured following a fire in Glasgow.
The casualties were treated for smoke inhalation by medics, with four of them taken to hospital.
Emergency services were alerted to the blaze at a house in Govan’s Elder Street shortly after 6am on Friday.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) sent six engines to extinguish the flames. One remains at the scene.
Sunny Govan Memories posted a picture of the emergency response, adding: “We hope everyone is ok and safe.”
A SFRS spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 6.12am on Friday, September 25 to reports of a dwelling fire in Glasgow.
“Operations control mobilised six appliances to the city’s Elder Street, where firefighters extinguished the fire.
“Six casualties were passed into the care of paramedics suffering from mild to moderate smoke inhalation.
“Four of the casualties were then taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
“One fire appliance currently remains at the scene.”