Firefighters battle major blaze at Fife warehouse
Large fire tears through industrial building in Dalgety Bay.
A major blaze has torn through a warehouse in Fife.
Firefighters were called to the building in Dalgety Bay shortly before 7pm on Wednesday.
Six crews and two aerial appliances were being used to tackle the fire.
The unit, in the Hillend Industrial Park, is currently unused and there are no reports of any injuries.
A fire service spokesman said: "At 6:37pm on Wednesday, September 6, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was alerted to a fire within an unused building in Central Way, Dalgety Bay.
"A total of six appliances, including two aerial appliances, are currently at the scene in the Hillend Industrial Park.
"Crews are using high powered hoses to tackle the flames and a cordon is in place."
People living in the vicinity of the fire have been asked to stay indoors with their windows and doors shut due to "noxious gases" emitted by the fire.
Streets affected include Moubury Road, Seton Place, Inchmickery Road, Pentland Rise and Skua Drive.
Inspector Mark Logue of Dalgety Bay Police Station said: "This is a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of those living in the immediate area.
"I would ask those living in the Ridge Way area of Dalgety Bay to follow police instruction and stay inside with their doors and window shut.
"Further updates will be issued on Fife Division's Facebook and Twitter page as the incident progresses."