SFRS brings large fire in Rosemount Place, Aberdeen under control
29 August 2014
Appliances from North Anderson Drive, Central, Altens, Banchory and Dyce attended along with Police Scotland
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have brought a large fire in Rosemount Place in Aberdeen under control.
The fire was reported at 1.53pm and two pumps from North Anderson Drive, one from Central and the height vehicle, also from Central Fire Station attended.
Shortly afterwards the fire was assessed and further appliances from Altens (2), Banchory and Dyce made their way to the scene.
Firefighters in breathing apparatus used main jets and hose reel jets to tackle the blaze and crews carried out a thorough search of the building.
We can confirm that no one required to be rescued from the building following the search and all persons have been accounted for.
The fire affected a dry cleaners, the flats above and a neighbouring home design shop.
Aberdeen Area Manager Duncan Smith said: "The fire is now under control and I would like to praise the professionalism and hard work of our firefighters who minimised the damage caused by the fire."
An investigation into the cause of the fire will take place in due course.
The incident is ongoing and Police Scotland closed Rosemount Place between Argyll Place and Esslemont Avenue.