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Santa Joining Firefighters To Collect Food And Toys On Wednesdays In Everett

December 1, 2020

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Starting tomorrow evening (Wed Dec 2nd) and continuing for the next four Wednesdays Santa will be traveling on an Everett Fire engine in select neighborhoods in Everett, Washington waving to neighbors and spreading holiday cheer. Behind Santa will be Everett Firefighters collecting food for Volunteers of America Western Washington food banks and new unwrapped toys […]

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One Injured In Central Everett House Fire

November 30, 2020

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One person was injured Monday night in a house fire east of College Avenue in central Everett. Firefighters were called to the home after flames broke out around 8 PM. The flames spread from an area outside of the house into the structure. While the two people there were able to get out one person […]

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Everett Fire Rescue Swimmers Help Hunter Stuck In Slough

November 21, 2020

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A faster than expected tide left a hunter stuck in Ebey Slough Saturday morning. Around 10:15 Snohomish 911 received a report from relatives of a hunter that he was stuck somewhere near the Snohomish River. Crews from Everett Fire and Snohomish Fire District 4 began looking for the hunter between Rotary Park and the sloughs […]

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Patient And Medic Hurt After Ambulance Crashes Into Barrier On Boeing Freeway

November 18, 2020

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Editor’s Update Friday 11/20/2020: The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office announced the patient who had been in the back of the ambulance has died. Here is a release issued this afternoon. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has completed the examination and confirmed the identification of the 78-year-old male who was a passenger involved in […]

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A Reminder From Everett Fire About Gifts And Visits To The City’s Fire Stations

November 18, 2020

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On Tuesday, Everett Fire posted the following to their Facebook Page. For those who don’t follow that medium here is their message. PAYING IT FORWARD! We are so appreciative to serve the great people of our Everett community. With the rise of COVID-19, our firefighters have returned to wearing a full attire of PPE on […]

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One Rescued, Massive Search Continues After Tulalip Fisheries Boat Capsizes Off Jetty Island

November 18, 2020

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Editor’s Update 1:15 PM Wednesday. The search continues and has transitioned from rescue to recovery. The Tulalip Tribes have identified the missing officer as Charlie Cortez. The boat operator was identified as officer Shawn Edge. Both went into the water after a rogue wave hit their vessel. Edge was recovered about three miles away from […]

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