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Storage Unit Fire At Port Quickly Brought Under Control By Everett Firefighters

April 1, 2020

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Shortly after 6:30 Wednesday evening calls began coming in from people around the Everett Waterfront with reports of smoke coming from an area between the restaurants and Port offices on Craftsman Way and the boat storage west of Marine View Drive. On arrival, crews found fire coming from a storage unit behind one of the […]

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No Injuries But 7 Displaced As Fire Destroys Home In Eastmont Neighborhood

March 14, 2020

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Fire destroyed a home in the 2500 block of Del Campo Drive in southeast Everett this morning. Here are the details from South County Fire. No one was injured in a house fire that displaced a family of seven from their home in the Eastmont neighborhood in unincorporated Everett on March 14. A resident reported […]

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Everett Fire Stations Off-Limits To Visitors

March 10, 2020

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We told you last week that firefighters and paramedics in Everett, Washington were taking extra precautions on medical calls. Now, the Everett Fire Department is restricting public access to the city’s fire stations. The Everett Fire Department wants to assure Everett residents and the greater community that the level of service they provide has not […]

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Fire Seriously Damages House At 35th And Rockefeller

March 1, 2020

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Everett Fire investigators are looking into the cause of a house fire in the 3500 block of Rockefeller Sunday afternoon. The fire was reported shortly after 2 PM. Arriving police and fire units found flames coming out of the house on their arrival. At least one person was transported with injuries and the local chapter […]

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Everett Firefighters Taking Extra Precautions Due To Coronavirus (COVID-19)

February 29, 2020

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This announcement came in today from the Everett Fire Department regarding precautions firefighters, paramedics and other personnel will be taking on medical calls in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases increasing in our area. Our Firefighters, who are all EMTs, and our Firefighter/Paramedics work in our community to deliver emergency medical services. We often respond […]

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No Injuries As SUV Crashes Into Everett Fire Station 5

February 23, 2020

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Usually firefighters have to leave the station to get to accidents but the story was different for the crew at station 5 in Everett, Washington Saturday night. Here’s word in from EFD on what happened. The Everett Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle collision after a woman, driving a Nissan Murano, drove her vehicle […]

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