Fire crews rushed to a Glasgow home this morning after receiving reports of a garden fire.
A timber-framed structure, thought to be a bin shed, erupted into flames at around 8.20am on Liddesdale Road and three fire engines were dispatched, with firefighters working hard to put out the blaze.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue service remains at the property, surveying the area to ensure that no further fire erupts. The cause of the fire is yet unknown.
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No casualties have been reported.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "We were alerted at 8.23 am on Monday February 6 to reports of a garden fire at Liddesdale Road, Glasgow.
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"Operations Control mobilised three appliances to the scene and firefighters worked hard to extinguish a well alight timber framed structure.
“No casualties were reported and we remain in attendance as a precautionary measure to ensure no further fire spread.”
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