One person had to be treated for smoke inhalation after a blaze at a North-east farm.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was made aware of the incident in the Esslemont area near Ellon at around 6pm yesterday.
Four fire engines were called – two from Ellon, one from Oldmeldrum and one from Maud – along with a water carrier from Turriff and an incident support vehicle from Dyce.
20 firefighters tackled the blaze using one jet, one hose reel jet and four breathing apparatus.
The fire was put out by 7pm.
A spokesman for the fire service said: “It was near Esslemont in Ellon.
“It was farm buildings. It was one main farm building that was affected.
“There was one casualty with smoke inhalation.”
The spokesman said there was no investigation planned into the fire.