No Injuries In Fire At Motel 6 On Evergreen Way In South Everett

February 11, 2022

Everett Fire

Crews made a fast attack on the room where the fire was first reported.

Heavy smoke on the second floor.

Smoke pours from a room.

Firefighters from Everett and South County Fire on the second floor.

Smoke comes out the roof vents.

Smoke spread along the building through the attic, but fire did not get into that space.

A look as fire crews began overhauling the fire unit.

Initial Report 11:50 PM: Shortly after ten o’clock Thursday night a neighbor living to the west of Motel 6 at Evergreen Way and 100th street in south Everett called 9-1-1 reporting seeing flames from inside a room on the second floor of the Motel. Soon other calls followed with reports of fire in at least one room and people evacuating.

The first in Engine reported smoke showing from the building and the call was upgraded to a confirmed commercial fire with Engines and crews from Everett Fire responding with South County Fire providing mutual aid.

Firefighters were able to contain the blaze to a couple of rooms but there was smoke damage to multiple rooms and ceiling was pulled from several areas to make sure the fire had not extended into the attic or roof.

At this writing an investigator with the Everett Fire Marshal’s office is on scene working to determine the cause of the fire. There were no injuries.

We’ll provide any updates as they are made available on Friday.

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