An overnight fire destroyed a home on the east side of Great Falls.
That there were no serious injuries reported.
The fire was reported just before midnight on Saturday.
It happened at a house near 5th Avenue South and 56th Street.
Great Falls Fire Rescue said: " D Platoon did solid work at a fast-moving, wind-driven structure fire early this morning, getting it extinguished and preventing fire spread to adjacent homes. No injuries reported but our thoughts and prayers are with the homeowners and their material loss."
Bre Rice lives nearby, and said that an elderly couple and their dog managed to escape.
There is no word yet on the cause of the fire.
We do not yet know if a fund has set up to help the victims. A family members tells KRTV that they are now staying with relatives, and the Red Cross has been contacted.
We will update you when we get more information.
UPDATE: A donation page has been created to help the family; it states:
Bob and Sandy Samsel's house was destroyed in a fire last night. Thankfully they have home insurance, but they have lost everything. from glasses, to clothes, to phones and computers, they will need to replace everything. We are creating a fundraiser to help them begin to get their lives back in order. If you could donate a few dollars this holiday season, it would be appreciate. All proceeds will go directly to Bob and Sandy Samsel and their dog Bingo! Thank you for taking the time to care.