A complete set of macroscopic equations, the solution of which describes fluid and solid stresses, displacements and temperatures, evolving from an excitation of a saturated porous medium domain in the form of an abrupt pressure and temperature changes applied at the domain's boundary is presented. The fluid is a compressible Newtonian one and the solid is thermoelastic. Nonisothermal conditions prevail. The set of equations includes mass, momentum and energy balance equations, constitutive relations and definitions. A simple example indicates that the fluid and solid displacements are described by two coupled wave equations.