60 tonnes of grain has caught fire at the Port of Dundee, sparking a large emergency response.
The blaze started at 4.20pm and as a precaution, saw six fire appliances rushed to the Stannergate area.
The grain caught fire within a dryer, which has now been emptied of its contents with the assistance of a Scottish Fire & Rescue Service (SFRS) heavy rescue vehicle.
In addition, four fire service pump vehicles are in attendance while a line rescue team was also sent.
An SFRS spokeswoman said no silos are involved and added: “It doesn’t appear to be too serious.
“Because of the type of incident reported, we send a number of appliances as a precaution.”