Two fires in blocks
Fires broke out at two high-rise blocks on the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Eight people were rescued from a building in Glasgow, while residents of a 20-storey block in London told of their shock that they were not alerted by an alarm.
The blazes yesterday highlight the ongoing fire safety concerns of those living in highrise flats.
More than 10 fire crews, police and other emergency services were sent to Commercial Court in the Gorbals area of Glasgow, where smoke could be seen coming from the 14th floor.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said the flames from a fire believed to have started in a kitchen were extinguished and eight people were taken to hospital.
Around 150 people were evacuated from Roma Corte in Lewisham, as around 58 firefighters arrived at the scene, along with police and ambulance staff, after they were called at around 4.15am.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) said a sprinkler system suppressed the fire on the 13th floor.
Police at the fire in Glasgow.