One person has been injured after a fire broke out at a Patisserie Valerie in central Edinburgh.
The blaze is believed to have also damaged the building next door – the Elephant House cafe where JK Rowling wrote much of her early Harry Potter series.
The fire broke out at 6.18am and led to the closure of the George IV Bridge, which runs through the centre of the city.
Pictures from the scene showed smoke pouring from a building with emergency services on scene.
More than 60 firefighters tackled the blaze with 12 fire engines and two height appliances sent out.
Members of the public were being asked to avoid the area if possible and advised to keep their windows shut due to smoke.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: ‘We received a call at 0639 hours today to attend an incident at George IV Bridge in Edinburgh with our first resource arriving on scene at 0646.
‘We dispatched two ambulances, one paramedic response unit and our special operations team to the scene.
‘We transported one patient to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and treated one patient at the scene.’
Firefighter David Farries said: ‘This is undoubtedly a complex and challenging incident.
‘I would like to thank our crews as they work to extinguish the fire. I would also like to thank our emergency services colleagues and local authority partners.
‘We will remain in attendance for a considerable time yet as we work to contain the fire.
‘We continue to ask people living nearby to keep windows and doors closed due to smoke.
‘Road closures remain in place and we advise people to avoid the area and to allow access for emergency service vehicles.”
Police Scotland said: ‘Our officers are currently assisting the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service dealing with a large fire at George IV Bridge.
‘Please be aware that there are numerous road closures in the vicinity of George IV Bridge and Candlemaker Row at present and avoid the area where possible.’
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