Roads closed by fire at former Strathmartine hospital
Crews have extinguished a major blaze at the site of a former hospital on the outskirts of Dundee.
Emergency services were called to Strathmartine Hospital in Angus at around 15:15 after reports of a large scale incident.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said about 30 firefighters and seven appliances went to the scene.
A spokesman said the single storey building was "well alight" when emergency crews arrived.
Crews had left the scene by 19:30.
Local roads were closed while the firefighting operation was under way.
Earlier this year, police said a fire - which happened at the same derelict building in March - had been started deliberately.
The site, which was also previously an orphanage for people with learning difficulties, has been empty for 15 years.