Wind And Rain Causing Mostly Minor Issues In Everett

December 14, 2018

Everett, Police Blotter

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This is on Hewitt just east of Broadway

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The facade on the front of the building blew off about 7:30 PM

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Call the PUD if your power is out at 425-783-1001

8:45 PM Update: Mostly minor issues so far in the Everett, Washington city limits from Friday night’s wind and rain. The most severe issue seems to be from a facade falling off the front of a building in the 2100 block of Hewitt Avenue in downtown Everett. The sidewalk has been blocked off and city officials will be checking the building.

Other than that there have been reports of some standing water in places, construction signs blown about and a few limbs and one tree down so far.

Areas outside of Everett have fared much worse with more than 30,000 people without power in south Snohomish County and another 15,000 in east and north County.

A reminder not to call 911 if your power goes out but to call the PUD directly at 425-783-1001.



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