Multiple Units Damaged in Fire at South Everett Storage Facility

November 29, 2013

Everett Fire

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photo courtesy Snohomish County Scanner

Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson says multiple units were damaged in a fire at a storage facility in south Everett this morning…

Everett storage fire

photo courtesy Everett Fire Department.

Everett Fire Department crews were dispatched at 9:01 a.m. to a report of smoke coming from the roof of a single-story mini-storage building in the 10900 block of Evergreen Way. Arriving crews found fire in three storage units next to each other. The fire was extinguished and crews checked for fire spread in the rest of the units in the building. They found some smoke and heat had traveled along the ceiling of the building causing damage in other units. An estimate of the dollar loss amount is not yet available, and the cause is under investigation.

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2 Responses to “Multiple Units Damaged in Fire at South Everett Storage Facility”

  1. Adam Turner Says:

    That’s why you should choose a storage facility that offer free fire and water damage insurance. Since you never know who store what next door, it is pretty risky to use a storage.

    Hopefully people will start to realize that you should not store important stuff in self storage

  2. Matt S Says:

    People seriously need to be careful what they put in storage or what they do inside their storage units. This has caused thousands of people in this city to lose irreplaceable Items. Sentimental Item are not replaceable nor do they have a price tag.