Everett Storage Fire Mop Up Continues, Outside Agencies Released

December 24, 2011

Everett Fire

Everett Firefighters will be at the scene mopping up for a few hours but the majority of the fire is out at “The Storehouse” storage facility at 3816 Smith street in Everett. The fire was reported just before 7am this morning. Crews entered the building and tried to fight an offensive attack but after an hour, with materials falling on firefighters a second alarm was called, crews were pulled from the building and firefighters took a defensive position attacking the fire from the outside. At this early stage there is no damage estimate or cause of the fire. There are also no injuries to report as of this writing.

Here are some more pictures of the scene taken this morning…

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3 Responses to “Everett Storage Fire Mop Up Continues, Outside Agencies Released”

  1. Kevin Says:

    This facility is for bands to practice at 24/7. Gear will be lost for sure. Very sad day if you have your band gear there.


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