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Community Helps With Rolling-In Of Newest Everett Fire Truck

September 30, 2019

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A couple of years ago the City of Everett was awarded a grant of over $900,000.00 to help with the purchase of two new fire engines to replace older models. The first of those two engines was “rolled-in” to its new home at Fire Station 4 off Glenwood Avenue Monday evening. The tradition, which includes […]

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Power Outage Shuts Down Safeway At 75th And Evergreen Way

September 27, 2019

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A power outage just before six o’clock this morning sent smoke into the Safeway store at 7601 Evergreen Way and caused a temporary evacuation and closure of the store. Crews from Snohomish PUD and Everett Fire worked on resolving the issue. The were no injuries or actual fire and things were fixed in about an […]

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Vacant House At 32nd And Lombard Heavily Damaged By Fire

September 26, 2019

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Fire consumed the second floor of a vacant house in the 3200 block of Lombard in downtown Everett, Washington Thursday morning. The fire was reported about 11:30 AM. The house has been vacant for some time and Everett Police reportedly have been dealing with trespassers there recently. No word on the cause of the fire […]

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Smoke Alarms Warn Of Everett Apartment Fire

September 26, 2019

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One person was transported to an Everett hospital for observation after smoke alarms warned residents of a possible fire in a unit at an apartment on Rockefeller Avenue early this morning. About 3:15 AM a resident called 911 reporting the smoke alarm going off and seeing smoke in a neighbor’s unit. The person in the […]

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Everett Fire Wins SAFER Grant To Add Staff At Everett’s Busiest Firehouse

September 25, 2019

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Back in June we featured Congressman Rick Larsen’s visit to Everett Fire Station 6 in south Everett to learn firsthand about the various calls that make that station the busiest in the city by annual call volume. Tuesday the City of Everett, Washington announced the Everett Fire Department had successfully won the grant which will […]

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BBQ Grill Likely Cause Of Everett House Fire

September 22, 2019

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An issue with a gas BBQ grill may be behind the cause of a house fire that did significant damage to a home in the 2700 block of Maple Street in north Everett Sunday afternoon. No one was injured but there was a fair amount of smoke and water damage and two residents were displaced. […]

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