Watch: fire crews continue to tackle the blaze that broke out this morning at the BBC Scotland building in Glasgow
Emergency services attended the scene this morning after receiving reports of smoke coming from the roof of the building in Glasgow’s Pacific Quay.
It is understood that the building was evacuated as firefighters worked to extinguish a fire that originated in a utility room on the roof of the building.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said earlier today: “We were alerted at 11.26am, Sunday, January, 31 to reports of smoke issuing from the roof of a commercial building in Glasgow's Pacific Quay.
“Operations control has mobilised four appliances and an aerial platform to the scene.
“Fire fighters are presently working to extinguish a fire that has taken hold within a utility room on top of the roof.”
The extent of the damage caused is unknown at this stage.
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