A number of people have had to be evacuated overnight after a fire broke out in the roof of a building in Southampton.
Firefighters from across Hampshire have spent hours bringing the incident on the corner of Oxford Street and John Street under control.
Teams were called to the incident in the early hours of this morning.
Crews from Basingstoke, Alton, Portchester, Cosham, St Mary's, Hightown, Redbridge, Eastleigh, Portchester, Cosham, Botley, Lyndhurst, Beaulieu and Hampshire Fire and Rescue's Command Unit have all been working at the scene.
An investigation is now underway - and crews are due to carry out enquiries at the scene throughout the day.
These updates were posted on social media.
#Southampton flat roof fire on the corner of Oxford Street and John Street is under control and crews are scaling back. We'll still be at the scene for the next few hours and an investigation will take place in daylight. Photo thanks to @WEWYRB pic.twitter.com/iSZlsGtfkk— Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service (@Hants_fire) September 17, 2019
News of the major fire comes after crews also had to deal with a separate fire elsewhere in the city, which started in the basement of a property.
It's believed an electrical explosion was to blame for that incident.
Working with @Hants_fire teams tonight from @StMarys54 @Hightown56 @Beaulieu_49 @Eastleigh32 @Hythe44 in #Southampton - explosion & electrical fire in basement.— Steve Buchanan-Lee (@S0_41) September 16, 2019
Great support from @hfrs_control
Residents safety a priority
Key support from HFRS Fire Safety Team@_mickeyT_ https://t.co/8UWSVBNhSj pic.twitter.com/us2pQMXm4D