Fire and Rescue crews have been called out to a house fire at Helnsburgh.
The blaze broke out at an address on Postman’s Track around 9:30 yesterday morning.
Seven fire trucks and 24 firefighters responded and it took about 90 minutes to put it out.
One person had to be treated by Paramedics.
Superintendent Adam Dewberry has some important advice for residents.
“We’re being called to 12 house fires every day,
“Working smoke alarms save lives,”Mr. Dewberry said.
The fire is not being treated as suspicious.