Two Families Displaced After House Fire In Eastmont Neighborhood In Southeast Everett

December 31, 2023

Everett Fire

dog getting oxygen

Medics from Everett Fire give oxygen to a dog rescued from the fire.

bunnies

A cage with several bunnies sits behind Medics treating a dog after the fire.

Dog Rescue

A South County Fire Captain comforts another dog from the fire.

About 4:40 PM Firefighters with South County Fire responded to reports of a house fire in the 8600 block of Cascadia Avenue in the Eastmont neighborhood of south Everett. Crews from Everett Fire also responded to provide mutual aid.

On arrival Engine 12 reported an active fire and crews went on an offensive attack.

All of the people who lived in the home were accounted for and were able to get out safely.

Firefighters did assist with a variety of dogs, bunnies and at least one cat.

Medics from Everett Fire gave oxygen to one dog who responded well to their care.

Two families were living in the home and have been displaced.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

There were no reported injuries. Here are a few photos. Click to enlarge.



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