Fast Working Everett Fire Crews Save House On Morgan Road

October 30, 2018

Everett Fire

Editor’s Update 8:05 AM: At 7:40 AM Everett Fire crews were called back after a hot spot flared up sending smoke and flames thru a vent hole in the roof. It was quickly knocked down.

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Smoke was pouring from the attic.

Shortly after 11:00 PM Monday night Everett Firefighters received a call of a fire at a house in the 400 block of Morgan Road. Arriving engines found heavy smoke coming from the attic. Firefighters made a quick offensive interior attack and were also able to get ventilation on the roof. The fire appeared to be contained to the attic area of the house. An Everett Fire investigator is on scene at the time of this writing. (12:26 AM) No word yet on the cause and there were no reports of injuries. Here are a few MyEverettNews.com photos of the fire crews at work. Click photo to enlarge.

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Firefighters headed for the roof.

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Smoke was coming out all across the roof.

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A firefighter uses a chainsaw to open the roof.

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Firefighters prepare to cut another ventilation hole in the roof.



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