Hundreds Turn Out For Everett Fire Open House

October 6, 2019

Everett Fire

Station 5 was host for the open house.

To mark the start of Fire Prevention Week the Everett Fire Department held an open house at Fire Station 5. Hundreds turned out of the course of four and a half hours to check out displays, practice an escape plan, see demonstrations of high performance CPR and tools used to free people trapped in vehicles.

Kids were also invited to take the Junior Firefighter Challenge. The crowd also enjoyed free pizza courtesy of Dominoes at 7601 Evergreen Way and at the end community members “rolled in” the newest Engine for Everett Fire. Here are some MyEverettNews.com photos of the activities. Click on photo to enlarge.

A demonstration of high-performance CPR involving firefighters, medics and captains.

Firefighters and community members join together “rolling in” the newest Engine at Station 5

A crowd watches as firefighters remove the roof of a car.

Everett Fire crews have some new tools to speed the process of freeing those trapped.

There were several chances to pose for photos with Firefighters.

Dominoes at 7601 Evergreen Way donated pizza for the open house.

Kids got to practice how to use an alternate exit from a smoky house.

You have to have a plan and practice it.

Check out this future Firefighter down the slide.

Forward with the hose.

Water on the fire.

Taking victim to safety.

Hats for Junior Firefighters


Another future firefighter perhaps?



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