Another Fatal Fire In Everett

February 12, 2016

Everett, Everett Fire

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Some of the multiple engines that responded to the 2 Alarm fire

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Smoke comes from the apartment window.

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Firefighters bring a resident out of the apartment.

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Firefighters use a piercing nozzle on the roof.

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A closer look at the piercing nozzle in use.

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A firefighter undergoes decontamination rinse.

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The Battalion Chief gathers the firefighters for a de-briefing.

Everett Firefighters responded to a 2 Alarm Fire at the Marnice Apartments in the 1000 block of 75th Street Friday afternoon.

Residents reported smoke coming from the eaves of a 2nd Floor apartment around 4:00 PM.

Everett Firefighters arrived and found smoke coming from one unit and a second alarm was called.

Crews from Mukilteo and Fire District 1 responded with mutual aid.

Inside the fire unit firefighters located a male resident who was unresponsive. They began CPR.

The man was taken to a medic unit and then transported to Providence Regional Medical Center. He passed away at the hospital around 6:00 PM.

Fire crews were able to contain the fire to the one unit but at least one other apartment had some smoke and water damage.

The Red Cross will be helping out the families of the affected units.

No word yet on the cause of the fire or a damage estimate.

Here are some photos from the scene.

Click photo to enlarge.

This is the fourth fire fatality in Everett in the last 44 days.

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