Firefighters attend incident in Glasgow

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Firefighters extinguish a fire in the north of Glasgow

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service attended a major fire in the north of Glasgow on Monday night, 6 February.

The blaze took hold in a single-storey building in Sunnylaw Street and resulted in the partial collapse of the roof.

Initial reports suggested the property was derelict but it has since been established to be a commercial premise.

A total of five fire appliances and an aerial rescue platform were mobilised from stations in Maryhill, Clydebank, Springburn and Pollok after the alarm was raised on 7:48pm.

The fire was extinguished at 12:42am however a fire appliance remained at the scene to carry out damping down work and left at 9:43am on Tuesday, 7 February.

There were no casualties.

 

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