Tayside and Central Scotland

Broughty Ferry flats roof blown off by Storm Henry winds

Forthill Road flats Image copyright Edit_one De
Image caption A large section of felt was blown from the roof by Storm Henry's high winds

Storm Henry's high winds have blown off part of the roof from a block of flats in Broughty Ferry.

Firefighters were called to the five-storey building in Forthill Road shortly after 14:00 after a large section of felt was dislodged.

Dundee City Council engineers inspected the damage after fire crews cordoned off the area.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said none of the roofing material was blown onto nearby roads.

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