Fire crews rushed to fight a fire that broke out in a trailer in Ibrox in the early hours of this morning.
The alarm was raised shortly after 2:15 a.m. after local residents saw smoke billowing from a parking lot on Fairley Street near Ibrox underground station.
Four fire trucks rushed to the scene and brought the blaze under control.
The Scottish Ambulance Service treated one person after smoke from the blaze entered a five-story building near the blaze.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: ‘We were alerted at 2.16am on Wednesday 21st July of reports of a caravan on fire in Fairley Street, Glasgow.
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“Operations control mobilized four devices and firefighters extinguished a fire affecting a caravan in a parking lot. A nearby five-story building was hit by smoke and firefighters ventilated the communal landing of the property.
“A victim was in the custody of the Scottish Ambulance Service and the crews left after making sure the area was secure.”