Fire At Everett Hazardous Waste Drop Off Brings Full Response

July 9, 2021

Everett Fire

Heavy smoke and flame from the dumpster led to an upgraded response.

There were concerns the fire could spread to the building.

One of Everett’s newest firefighters was on the first engine in.

Another look.

Shortly before 9 PM Everett Firefighters were called to reports of smoke coming from the Snohomish County Hazardous Waste Drop Off in the 3400 block of McDougall in Everett.

The first arriving unit found heavy smoke and flames coming from a large dumpster next to the building and called for a commercial fire response.

Everett Firefighters were able to bring the dumpster fire under control and keep it from spreading into the building. Crews did enter the building and go onto the roof to make sure there was no extension.

There were no injuries and at the time of this writing an investigator was on scene looking to determine the cause.

Here are a couple of MyEverettNews.com photos from the scene. Click to enlarge.



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