Shoppers and staff were forced to leave a busy Newcastle supermarket after a fire broke out in the store.
Fire crews with Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service were called Asda, in Gosforth, at around 12.50pm on Sunday after reports of a blaze.
Smoke could be seen rising from the roof of the supermarket as customers congregated in the store's car park.
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One customer said: "A shopper started shouting 'Fire!' and it was coming down from the ceiling."
"It seemed to be spreading quickly and it started getting very smokey very quickly and everyone was abandoning trolleys and leaving ."
Another shopper told ChronicleLive : "I was in the store when we were told to leave.
"Smoke was coming from the ceiling near the café.
"I had to just leave my trolley and exit the store. It was very well evacuated and there was no panic. People left in a very orderly manner."
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) sent three fire appliances to the scene and confirmed confirmed a "very minor" fire broke out at the premises.
A spokesman added that the fire may have appeared worse due to the large volume of smoke during the incident.
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