One person had to be rescued by firefighters after a blaze at a Dundee home.
Fire crews were called to a property on the city’s Banchory Road in the Douglas area at around 9am on Saturday.
Nobody was injured in the fire but one person had to be led out of the property.
It’s believed the fire started in the bedroom. The cause of the blazer is unknown.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said: “The fire service got the call at 8.18am. An engine from Kingsway East and Balmossie attended the dwelling fire.
“They used a main jet, two hose reel jets and four sets of breathing apparatus.
“One person was led to safety by fire fighters.
“They returned at 10.25am.”