Firefighters are currently battling a fire at an Aberdeen school.
A total of nine appliances, including a height vehicle, are on the scene at Cordyce School, in Dyce.
Locals have gathered to watch as the orange flames spread across the night sky.
Cordyce School, for the second time in three years, goes up in flames.
Nine fire engines on the scene here in Dyce pic.twitter.com/KtSaKVG1zT
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The school, just off Riverside Drive, had previously been destroyed following a vandal attack in 2017.
That blaze took three hours to extinguish.
Tonight, a fire spokeswoman added: “Units were called to the scene at 9.48pm. We are still in attendance.
“It is likely crews will remain overnight.”
Despite its derelict condition, Dyce residents had still hoped for the former school to be put to good use.
However, both plans have recently been refused.
More to follow.