DOZENS of vehicles have been destroyed by a major fire that broke out at a car sales showroom this morning. 

Emergency services were called to the blaze in Tradeston's Clyde Place at around 2am, with a number of road closures put in place.

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Several crews were deployed to tackle the "rapidly developing" fire, and a total of six pumps were used to extinguish the fire. 

Though no one was injured, up to 40 cars were destroyed by the flames. 

The area was closed from Paisley Road to Commerce Street from around 2am until 5.30am, with police in attendance. 

A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "Around 2.36am on Wednesday crews from Calton and Polmadie were dispatched to reports of a fire within a car sales premises in Clyde Place, Glasgow.

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"On arrival, the incident commander deployed crews to the well developed fire. The was a rapidly developing fire and six pumps were used.

"The incident is ongoing and crews are carrying out dampening down of the area. Police Scotland are in attendance to minimise the effect on local traffic."