A fire investigation is under way after a blaze in Angus last night involving two cars and a caravan.
The blaze occurred at a residential property at Barry Road, Carnoustie, just before 7pm.
It was extinguished using one jet and two breathing apparatus sets after the alarm was raised by a passer-by.
Watch manager Alan Park said: “The vehicles were well alight when we reached the property. There was no obvious cause of the fire and investigation is under way. It may have been accidental or an electrical fault.
“There were several old scrap cars at the back of the property but the fire was contained to these vehicles, with no risk of spreading to the house or other cars. We put the fire out in around 10 minutes.”
Three appliances were initially called but two were stood down after the fire engine from Balmossie Fire Station in Broughty Ferry was first to the scene.
Firefighters were also called to Arbroath cliffs last night to extinguish a series of small grass fires.
East Seaton Farm workers raised the alarm around 7.20pm and the fires were stopped by beaters.