Early Morning House Fire Displaces Homeowner In South Everett

September 20, 2020

Everett Fire

The interior of the home was heavily damaged.

There were no injuries but a homeowner was being assisted by the Snohomish County American Red Cross after an early morning house fire Sunday. About 3:11 AM the homeowner reported fire inside of his house on 78th place SW off Upper Ridge Road. He was able to safely get out and arriving crews found flames coming from the home. Crews fought the fire from the exterior and had it out in about 30 minutes. An investigator is on scene to determine the cause of the fire. Here are a few MyEverettNews.com photos from the scene. Click photo to enlarge.

A firefighter connects to a hydrant on Upper Ridge Road.

The 5″ line had to be run several hundred yards from the hydrant to the scene

One of Everett’s newest firefighters on the initial attack.

The fire was fought from the exterior.

It is hot, intense work.


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