Fire crews are working to extinguish a blaze at a hotel in Shetland that broke out after midnight on Monday.
Emergency services were called to the Moorefield Hotel in Brae at about 12.30am on to tackle a large-scale fire.
Nine appliances attended the scene and specialist resources from an oil terminal assisted with the operation.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) local senior officer Iain MacLeod said: “We were alerted at 12.30am on Monday to reports of a fire in the Moorefield Hotel, Brae Village, in the Shetland Islands.
“Operations control mobilised nine appliances to the scene, three from Brae and six from other stations across Shetland, where crews found a rapidly developing fire.
“As part of a pre-planned emergency planning agreement, Sollum Voe Oil Terminal’s industrial fire teams and resources also arrived at the incident to assist firefighters.”
He added: “A number of hotel guests were evacuated and relocated. There are no reported casualties.
“Crews remain at the scene as they work to extinguish the fire.
“I would like to thank local residents for their support and cooperation during this disruptive incident.”