A house in North Lanarkshire has partially collapsed after it went up in flames in the early hours of Saturday. 

Fire services are still at the scene in Ewart Drive after they were called out to the blaze just after 3am. 

The fire was extinguished after six fire appliances were rushed to the scene. 

A number of specialist resources were used to fight the fire. 

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It is not known at this moment of time whether there were any casualties. 

A SFRS spokesman said: "We were alerted at 3.08am on Saturday, June 27 to reports of a dwelling fire. 

"Operations control mobilised six appliances and a number of specialist resources in total to Ewart Drive in Airdrie and firefighters extinguished the fire. 

"The building has suffered a partial collapse and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service presently remains at the scene."

It comes after fire services were rushed to a wooded area on Friday evening to tackle a car on fire. 

Fire services were rushed to the scene near Airdriehill Road at around 10.50pm after receiving reports of a fire in a wooden area. 

One fire appliance was mobilised the extinguish the fire. 

An eyewitness, who wished to remain unnamed, told the Glasgow Times the flames could be seen from streets away.