Missoula city firefighters knocked down a house fire at 835 E. Beckwith Ave. late Monday afternoon.
When they arrived at the home at about 5:15 p.m., firefighters found smoke and flames in a first-floor bedroom.
Everyone had left the house, although fire crews rescued a family pet that had been left behind.
Firefighters attacked the fire from inside the house, and quickly doused the flames. The fire had not spread out of the bedroom.
Late Monday, damages were estimated at $12,000. No injuries were reported.
The Missoula Fire Department said the family was being tended to by the Red Cross.
At about the same time, firefighters also responded to a gas line rupture on Philips Street, and to a vehicle rollover on Interstate 90.