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Slots Open For Everett Citizens On Emergency Response Team

June 30, 2019

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Passing this along from the Everett Department of Emergency Management. The Everett Office of Emergency Management is excited to announce our upcoming CERT training starting Wednesday, July 17th. Classes follow each Tuesday evening thereafter with the last class ending on September 4th from 6:30pm-9:30pm. The class is free to attend but there is an approximate […]

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Two Citizens To Receive Life-Saving Award

June 18, 2019

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There will be a special presentation at the Everett City Council meeting tomorrow night. On Wednesday, June 19, Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco will present the Citizen Lifesaving Award to two community members who helped save a man’s life by administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) after the person collapsed during a soccer game at Kasch Park. […]

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An Everett, Washington Firefighter’s Very Personal Take On Pride Month

June 14, 2019

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June is widely recognized as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month. The Everett Fire Department has placed PRIDE decals on many of their rigs. Yesterday Everett Firefighter Ryan Randall Coffey posted the following on his Facebook Page. It has been widely shared and I asked him if we could post it here for those […]

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Everett Fire Department Using Decals To Mark Pride Month

June 14, 2019

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The Everett Fire Department has put special decals on their rigs to mark Pride month. We asked Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco about the decals. The display of the pride decal for the month of June is a statement of inclusion. It falls in line with our chosen values statements, one of which is respect. […]

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No Hazards Detected After Chemical Odor Found In South Everett Plant

June 14, 2019

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Got a follow up today from Leslie Hynes at South County Fire after a two-alarm Haz-Mat call out last night on 134th SW in south Everett. NO INJURIES, NO HAZARDS DETECTED AFTER REPORT OF CHEMICAL SMELL IN COMMERCIAL BUILDING South County Fire responded for a report of a chemical smell coming through the vents in […]

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Congressman Larsen Backs Request For Additional Staff At Everett’s Busiest Fire Station

June 14, 2019

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The busiest fire station in the city of Everett, Washington in terms of annual call volume is Station 6 which is located on Evergreen Way in south Everett. Last Saturday Congressman Rick Larsen toured the station and talked with crew members about what additional staffing would mean. Everett Fire has applied for a SAFER (Staffing […]

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