Shed Destroyed In Fire But Everett Firefighters Save Structures From Major Damage

April 6, 2022

Everett Fire

The shed and contents were destroyed.

Some siding on the church next door was melted.

The back addition to the home suffered some damage.

The house next door had damage to the back porch ares.

Quick work by Everett Firefighters kept a fire that destroyed a shed behind a home in the 2500 block of Lombard from doing major damage to a next-door church, attached home and a house alongside.

About 10:20 PM Tuesday night Sno 911 received multiple calls of flames seen in the alley between Oakes and Lombard in the 2500 block. A shed was reported to be on fire with flames spreading to an attached home.

Arriving Everett Fire crews reported on their arrival that the shed was fully involved. They began an attack on that fire and as additional crews came on scene, they worked on protecting a church to the north and the house to the south.

The siding of the church suffered heat damage, but fire did not extend into the church. At the house to the south fire damaged the rear deck area and north side of the home but did not extend into the house.

The shed was completely destroyed and an addition at the back of the home was burned but again that structure was saved by Everett Firefighters.

There were no reported injuries and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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