Firefighters on the Isle of Wight have dealt with a major fire at a derelict school in Newport.
Crews were called to Wellington Road just after 11pm last night (Monday 19th August).
They spent more than five hours dealing with flames and smoke coming from the scene.
The fire's now out and it's been confirmed no one's been hurt.
Specialist tools including aerial ladders, ventilation equipment and breathing apparatus had to be used to bring the situation under control.
Firefighters have confirmed they'll be back at the scene today to carry out inspections.
These updates were posted on social media.
Currently dealing with a derelict School fire in Newport, 10 pumps in attendance.— Hants Fire Control (@hfrs_control) August 20, 2019
Freshwaters H79P1 mobilised with other appliances from across the island to a school fire in Newport at 0015 today. #firefighter #iwight #isleofwight more pics on fb at https://t.co/rDSI9Kpjsx pic.twitter.com/noTYJPuWnA— Freshwater Fire Stn (@FreshwaterFire) August 20, 2019