Fire crews have been working through the night to tackle a huge blaze in West Sussex.
Roads were closed and people were told to avoid the area after the fire took hold at Rectory Road in Worthing at about 18:30 BST on Monday.
Two aerial ladder platforms and 10 fire engines fought to control the flames rising from a block of flats, shops and restaurants opposite the Thomas A Becket pub.
The fire service later tweeted that the blaze was "largely under control" and it would work through the night to damp down hot spots.
It said most roads would reopen for the morning rush hour though some nearby businesses would still be affected.
There are no reports of any injuries.