A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries after a house fire in a north-east village.
Crews were called to Invergarry Park in St Cyrus on Saturday night.
Four units and a height vehicle battled to get the blaze under control.
Neighbours were advised to keep their windows closed due to “heavy smoke in the area”.
A police spokeswoman said: “Around 9pm on Saturday, July 4 we were made aware of a fire at a property in Invergarry Park, St Cyrus.
“Emergency services attended and a woman was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Hospital for treatment for minor injuries.
“The fire is not thought to be suspicious and there was no further police involvement.”
A fire spokeswoman said: “We were alerted at 8.25pm on Saturday, July 4 to reports of a dwelling fire on Invergarry Park, St Cyrus.
“Operations Control mobilised four appliances and a height vehicle to the scene, where crews are working to extinguish the fire.
“One casualty has been handed into the care of paramedics.
“Nearby residents are being advised to keep their windows closed due to heavy smoke in the area.”
On social media, St Cyrus residents have banded together to offer help and support to the family affected by the “devastating” fire.