Fire crews called to Aberdeen building site blaze

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Firefighters were called to a blaze in Middlefield in Aberdeen last night.

Two crews were sent to the fire in a building site, which broke out at around 10.45pm.

A pile of wood had caught alight.

Plumes of smoke and flames could be seen in Logie Avenue near Manor Avenue.

A spokeswoman in the fire service control room said the stop message – indicating firefighters has begun to get the blaze under control – was sent back at 12.35am.

Nearly 300 homes are being demolished in the area to make way for a short bypass around the Haudagain roundabout.

Police said there was nothing “untoward” about the fire on the demolition site.