Everett Firefighters Make Fast Stop On Oakes House Fire

October 26, 2015

Everett, Everett Fire

Oakes fire

The fire was contained to the kitchen area.

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An Everett Firefighter inside the house.

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Firefighters outside the house after setting up smoke ejectors.

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A look toward the street as Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson takes a photo of the scene.

An observant neighbor and a fast response by Everett Firefighters led to a good outcome at a small house in the 2200 block of Oakes Avenue in north Everett.

Just before 6:30PM smoke was spotted in the window of the house just off the alley. Everett Firefighters were able to get a quick stop and limit the fire to the kitchen area.

Three dogs were in the house but are alright. The Red Cross was called to help two people for the evening due to smoke and water damage.

No word yet on the exact cause of the fire. An fire investigator is on the scene.

Here are a few MyEverettNews.com photos after the fire was out.




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