Emergency services were scrambled after fire broke out at a flat in Dundee.
Two fire crews as well as police and ambulance services raced to a block of flats in Rosefield Street in Dundee shortly before 1am on Monday after reports of smoke coming from a first floor property.
A spokesperson for Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, said: “We received an alert at 12.50am on Monday, May 17 to a fire in the kitchen of a first floor flat at a building in Rosefield Street in Dundee.
“Two appliances were dispatched from Blackness Road station and on arrival found a small fire in the kitchen area of the property.
“The crews attended to the fire before standing down at 1.19am.”
It’s understood nobody was injured in the incident.