This is what remains of a commercial building in Glasgow after a devastating fire took hold in the early hours of this morning.

Fire crews were scrambled to Seaward Street shortly before 4am to tackle the "complex and challenging" blaze.

Pictures from the scene shows extensive damage to the building which holds the Modish furniture store and Kabana function suite.

The roof of the premises appears to have collapsed as a result of the fire. 

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Other footage from the scene shared on social media shows smoke still billowing out of the building at around 6am.

Around 60 firefighters in a total of 12 appliances were called to the area at the height of the blaze, with crews still on the scene dampening down the area.

A spokesperson for the force confirmed: "The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was called to a commercial building fire in Seaward Street at 3.37am.

"At its height, operations control mobilised 12 appliances to the incident and crews are still in attendance at the scene."

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Area Commander Garry MacKay added: “This was a complex and challenging incident with significant fire spread and crews worked hard to prevent further spread to neighbouring properties.

“We are now confident we have contained the blaze and are scaling back our response

“I would like to thank our police and ambulance service partners who provided excellent support during this incident.

“We are working with Police Scotland to manage traffic disruption in the area this morning.”

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Glasgow City Council confirmed the road was closed and diversions in place.

A council traffic information bulletin reads: "Due to a building fire, Seaward Street is closed to all traffic between Paisley Road West and M8 Eastbound off slip to Scotland Street until further notice. 

"Emergency Services are in attendance and road users should follow their direction.

"Further bulletins will be issued as more information becomes available."

The fallout from the fire is also causing power issues in the area.

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SP Energy Network confirmed on their website that power was shut off in the area, affecting properties on G41 1HU, G41 1JA and G51 1LF.

A statement reads: "There is a power cut in the G41 area of Glasgow, affecting properties in Admiral Street and surrounding area.

"It has been necessary for our engineers to carry out an emergency shutdown at 8:28am due to a request from the emergency services and this may affect the supply to your property.

"We will work to get your power back on as quickly and as safely as possible by 4pm.

We will update this message if this information changes.

"We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience."