Ten cars were damaged in a fire at a supermarket car park in Birmingham, according to firefighters.
West Midlands Fire Service sent crews to Morrisons, in Hagley Road, just after 15:30 GMT on Saturday.
The store was fully evacuated. The fire's starting point is under investigation, but it is believed to have been accidental.
A man, 25, was treated for the effects of breathing in smoke, the service added.
It said the fire had been dealt with by 16:35 and the store reopened fully, although an area of the car park was cordoned off.
The fire service said a BMW X5, a VW Golf, a Mercedes E-Class and a Honda Civic were among the vehicles that were damaged.
Earlier today we dealt with a severe fire in a car park affecting 10 cars. Assertive and aggressive fire fighting bringing the incident to a safe conclusion quickly. Big thanks to @Morrisons Edgbaston staff for their quick & effective evacuation. 🚒💦🔥 pic.twitter.com/5OupqLzZj4— West Midlands Fire (@WestMidsFire) February 23, 2019
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