Crews rushed to the scene of a fire at an Alexandria residential home on Wednesday night.

The blaze broke out at Gray Street sheltered housing complex just after 9pm and was said to be contained before the two Scottish Fire and Rescue units arrived at the property.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service advised there were no injuries suffered by anybody and the area was made safe before they left.

An SFRS spokesperson said: "We were alerted at 9.14pm on Wednesday, August 9 to reports of a fire within a residential property in Alexandria.

"Operations Control mobilised two fire appliances to the town's Gray Street. The fire was extinguished prior to the arrival of crews and firefighters left the scene after ensuring the area was safe.

"There were no casualties."

Gray Street Residential complex was built in 1969 and consists of 29 flats for the elderly.