Fire officers rushed to a Dundee takeaway this morning after a fire started in its kitchen.
Firefighters were summoned to Shero’s Kitchen on Aberlady Crescent in Whitfield shortly before 6.40am.
Two appliances from Kingsway were sent to the cul-de-sac business after a member of the public reported smoke billowing from the building.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue service spokeswoman said: “We received a call at 6.39am to attend at an address on Aberlady Crescent in Dundee, following reports of smoke coming from a building.
“Two appliances attended from Kingsway Fire Station. The fire has been extinguished and crew remained on scene until the stop order came in shortly before 8am.”
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A crowd of around 10 fire officers were successfully able to extinguish a blaze in the kitchen of the takeaway and left at around 8am after making the scene safe.