Fire crews are tackling a huge blaze at a church in Glasgow this morning.

Emergency services scrambled to St Simon's Parish of Partick Church on Partick Bridge Street in the city after the alarm was raised at 2.40am on Wednesday July 28.

More than 30 firefighters are currently on the scene battling the flames.

Nearby residents have been advised to keep windows and doors closed as plumes of smoke billow into the sky across the city.

Adjacent properties have been evacuated as a precaution.

Dramatic footage from the scene, posted on Twitter, shows the church completely engulfed in flames.

The roof appears to have completely collapsed while firefighters can be seen desperately dousing the flames.

There are no reports of any casualties at this stage.

The cause of the fire is not yet known.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said on Twitter: "More than 30 firefighters are currently in attendance at a large fire within a church on Partick Bridge Street, Glasgow, after the alarm was raised at 2.40am.

"Nearby residents advised to keep windows and doors closed, adjacent properties have been evacuated as precaution."

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