Firefighters tackled a blaze at a high-rise building in Manchester city centre this morning.
Crews were called to reports of a fire on Owen Street just after 7am.
The blaze is believed to have started inside a Deansgate Square tower block.
A number of fire engines responded to the incident and firefighters used jets and breathing apparatus to bring the blaze under control.
Pictures taken at the scene this morning show a fire engine outside the tower block.
Several police vehicles were also pictured at the scene.
The cause of the fire - and the floor of the building that it started on - has not yet been confirmed at this stage.
In a statement, a GMFRS spokesperson said: “At around 7.12am on Friday, 26 February, firefighters were called to reports of a fire on Owen Street, in Manchester.
“Fire engines from Manchester Central, Moss Side, Gorton and Salford stations quickly attended the scene.
“The fire was located in a flat in a high-rise building.
"Firefighters used jets and breathing apparatus to bring the fire under control and remain in attendance at the scene.”
The M.E.N has contacted Greater Manchester Police for information.