EMERGENCY crews have raced to the scene of a fire in Glasgow's city centre this afternoon.
We previously reported that Bell Street to Glasgow Cross had been locked down due to a fire within Tontine Lane, High Street.
Now, images depicting taped-off areas, police presence and firefighters leaving a property with hoses have emerged.
A Glasgow Times reporter on the scene said there were around three fire trucks and a lane had been destroyed, with multiple scooters and a car caught in the flames.
There seems to be no damage to properties and businesses on the street so far, but both Domino's and Chilli Thrill were evacuated.
A Domino's worker said: "It all happened so fast, black smoke started to come in and we all had to get out.
A Chilli Thrills worker added: "I just turned up to start work and saw the damage.
"There's been issues with the alley before. We need to shut down today now. It's terrible."
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "We were alerted at 1.07pm on Wednesday, 31 May to reports of a building fire in Glasgow.
"Operations Control mobilised four fire appliances to the city's Albion Street, where firefighters extinguished a fire within the structure's ground floor.
"Crews currently remain on scene working to make the area safe.
"There are no reported casualties."