Police are investigating a deliberately lit fire in a Glasgow tenement.
At around 1.50pm this afternoon, emergency services rushed to Shaw Street in the Govan area of the city.
A police cordon was visible in photos from the scene.
A fire was deliberately started in a tenement close in Govan, prompting police investigation.
At around 1.50 p.m. this afternoon (January 15), emergency services rushed to Shaw Street in the Govan area of the city.
A police cordon was in place, as were two fire engines and an ambulance, according to pictures taken at the scene.
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Thankfully, no one was hurt or had to be evacuated as a result of the incident.
The fire is being investigated as a deliberate act, according to police.
“Around 1.50pm on Saturday, 15 January 2022 officers were called to a report of a fire within a common close on Shaw Street in Glasgow,” a Police Scotland spokesperson said.
“There were no injuries or evacuations required.”
The fire is being investigated as a deliberate act.”