Quick Stop On House Fire In Central Everett Today

May 26, 2020

Everett Fire

Not a lot of details but two Snohomish police officers who happened to be in Everett, Washington today spotted a house fire in the 6200 block of Broadway. Here’s what we know courtesy Everett Fire Department.

Photo courtesy Everett Fire Dept.

Photo Courtesy Everett Fire Dept.

Photo Courtesy Everett Police Dept.

Shortly after 12:15, Sgt Alanis and Detective Grieve with the Snohomish Police Department, happened upon a structure fire while headed to a detail in Everett.

They quickly notified dispatch while trying to notify anyone in the home.

A family dog was located in the home and released to safety.

Fire units arrived on scene shortly after and initiated an offensive strategy to extinguish the fire.

No civilians or firefighters were injured.

The American Red Cross Northwest Region was called for a displaced adult male resident and his dog.

Thank you to Snohomish Police for their quick response, and to Everett Police Department for assisting with traffic control.



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