EMERGENCY services rushed to a petrol station in Luss late on Sunday evening after a fire destroyed much of a nearby building.

The Loch Lomond Adventures building was gutted in the blaze next to the unmanned Luss filling station just before midnight on Sunday.

There were no injuries or casualties following the fire and its cause is still to be determined.

Luss Estates' chief executive Simon Miller said: "The fire service attended a fire at Luss Filling Station and Loch Lomond Adventures last night.

"No one was hurt as a result of the fire. Police attended the incident and are looking into the cause of the fire.

"We will work to minimise disruption to the community and local businesses.

"We would like to thank the emergency services for their swift response to the fire.

"Luss Filling Station will be closed for the immediate future and we will issue an update as soon as we have more information."

A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service(SFRS) said: “The SFRS was alerted at 11.45pm on Sunday, March 10 to reports of a building fire in Luss.

“Operations Control mobilised two fire engines to a petrol station in Murray Place where firefighters extinguished the fire.

“There were no casualties.

“Crews left the scene after ensuring the area was made safe.”