No Apparent Injuries From Midday House Fire In Central Everett

August 14, 2022

Everett Fire

Fire crews arrived to find heavy smoke and flames.

Two people living in a home on Wetmore in central Everett were checked for minor smoke inhalation but escaped safely from a midday house fire Sunday.

Shortly after noon Sno911 received reports of active fire in a home on Wetmore. Responding units with Everett fire reported smoke and flames visible as they approached the residence.

It took crews about 20 minutes to bring the fire under control.

At this writing an investigator with Everett Fire was on scene looking to determine a cause of the fire and the Red Cross has been called to assist the residents.

Herer are a few photos from the activity today. Click photo to enlarge.



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