Everett Fire Crews Make Quick Stop On North Everett House Fire

Firefighters enter the house to look for hotspots.

A firefighter stands by with a portable fan to remove the remaining smoke from the house.

Everett Firefighters were able to make a quick stop on a house fire near the 21st and Colby on Sunday evening. At around 5:15 pm, calls came in to Snohomish 911 from Rauch, who was in a house in North Everett. Two people were inside but managed to escape when smoke turned into flames.

The first locomotive to arrive detected smoke from the house and flames were seen. The crew was able to launch a quick attack and put the fire down. Additional emergency services ensured that the fire was contained and did not spread through the house.

Of the two people who were inside and able to get out, one was transported to the Providence Regional Medical Center. Nothing is currently known about the extent of her injuries. A fire inspector was called in to determine the cause of the fire. This investigation was in progress at the time of this report’s publication.

House fire

Via myeverettnews

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