Monday Storm Updates

November 7, 2022


1:15 PM Update:

Everett area as of 1:15 PM Monday 11/7/2022.

According to the PUD Outage Map there are just over 30,000 people still without power across Snohomish County. In Everett it looks like around 2000 still without power. We’re trying to get more specific information on restoration efforts and also an estimate of damage caused. Not sure when our inquiries will be answered. The PUD is working on restoring circuits and that takes more time. They did provide this estimate. The remaining outages get more complicated and will take longer to repair, but we think we should have 90% of people back in power by 8 p.m. Monday. We will not stop working until power is back on for all.

Here’s a report from Everett Fire on some of the incidents they responded to over the weekend.

Everett Fire crews at a Garage fire Saturday night on Oakes.

This car has been sitting on Hewitt by EverPark Garage for 3 days.

On the night of the storm, Everett Firefighters on B-shift received 181 dispatches in their 24-hour shift; 122 calls were from just after 7 pm until shift change at 8 am Saturday morning.
After the storm, C-shift responded to 116 calls for service from Saturday through Sunday morning.
In addition to reports of trees and wires down, here are a few of the more significant calls they responded to:
11/4 11:36 pm – TR5 and M1 responded to a mutual aid request on Marine Drive in Marysville for a female trapped under a tree after a tree fell through her trailer. The Female was extricated, and Medic 1 transported her to the hospital with significant injuries.
11/4 11:51 pm – E4 dispatched to a Wetmore address for a tree on a house. No injuries.
11/5 05:24 am – E4, E6, L1, M5 dispatched to a Merrill Creek Pkwy address for a report of an intoxicated adult male who jumped from a railing and fell 15 feet down a cliff. Arriving crews found the patient at the base of a concrete retaining wall. The patient was loaded into a stokes basket, and L1 lifted him over the railing to waiting firefighters. M5 transported the subject to Providence Hospital with a back injury.
11/5 5:39 pm – Crews dispatched to Merrill Creek Pkwy for a burn patient whose clothes caught fire while cooking. Units found an adult female outside the apartments with significant burns to the upper half of the body and a wrist injury. The patient was transported to Harborview.
11/5 6:02 pm – Garage Fire on Oakes. Live power lines over a detached garage catching the structure on fire. PUD arrived and secured the power so firefighters could extinguish the fire.
11/5 11:30 pm – Commercial Fire on Colby Ave at an apartment complex for a report of a kitchen fire. Firefighters found a cardboard pizza box on top of the oven had caught fire. No injuries.

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