A fierce fire in rural Abbotsford razed two barns to the ground early Wednesday morning.
Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service was called out to attend the fire at 6077 Ross Road at 1:40 a.m.
Fire crews arrived to find two barns at the rear of the property engulfed in flames.
The blaze was fanned by strong, gusting winds, and the firefighters' job was complicated by the hazard of downed power lines, said Assistant Fire Chief Dave Rivett.
Fire crews managed to save a motor home close to the barns.
A woman living in the motor home escaped without injury, and a third barn on the property was also saved.
Firefighters worked through the night overhauling the debris and extinguishing spot fires.
There was no livestock in the empty buildings but damages are estimated to be more than $100,000.
Six AFRS engines and 30 firefighters attended the incident.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.