Stove Fire Smoky But Minor At Washington Oakes In North Everett

May 29, 2015

Everett, Everett Fire

Oakes fire 1

Some residents waited outside while the smoke was cleared from one of the buildings.

Oakes fire 2

Engine 2 was first on the scene of the fire call.

Oakes Fire 3

Firefighters open the doors and clear the smoke from the building

A resident at the Washington Oakes Retirement Community in north Everett was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center after a stove top fire Friday night. Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson tells MyEverettNews.com that fire alarms sounded around 7:00pm. Arriving fire crews found a person in an apartment, apparently asleep, with burning food on the stove. That person was taken from the apartment by medics and sent to Providence Regional Medical Center to be checked for smoke inhalation. There was no one else in the apartment. Crews spent some time ejecting smoke from the apartment and the hallways of the building. There were no other injuries and no residents were displaced.

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One Response to “Stove Fire Smoky But Minor At Washington Oakes In North Everett”

  1. Eleanore Says:

    Glad that they caught the fire in time before it spread out into the bldg. Thats a lot of seniors that could have been out in the cold.