A hotel has collapsed into the water due to flooding caused by Storm Ciara.
Footage of the incident shows the The Bridge House Guest House in Hawick, Scotland falling into the swirling torrents below.
The hotel had been taped off by emergency services at around 9.30am this morning as water began coursing higher and higher up the riverside establishment, The Daily Record reported.
Fire crews rushed to the scene when the side of the building collapsed into the water.
The innards of the building, including photographs still hung on the walls, could be seen from the street as the bulging river continued to flow below.
One eyewitness, who was supposed to spend the night at the hotel, was advised that his reservation had been cancelled due to fears over the structure.
A number of the hotel’s guests and staff were seen spilling onto the street as chiefs worked to evacuate the building before the devastation.
A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "At around 9.30am, police in Hawick were made aware of structural damage to the Bridge House Guest House.
"Officers attended and assisted the fire service at the scene.
"The building has been evacuated and there has been no injuries."
The strength of the storm has caused chaos across the country.
Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes in Blackpool, where the winds have caused the famous Big Wheel to rotate on its own.