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Crane Fire Shuts Down Boeing Freeway

July 9, 2018

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No injuries but a fire on a mobile crane shut down westbound 526 around 9 AM. The driver of the mobile crane told MyEverettNews.com he noticed smoke pouring out from behind him and as he tried to change lanes flames began to shoot out so he shut the rig down and headed for safety. The […]

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Fake Smoke As Everett Fire Crews Drilling At Longfellow School

July 2, 2018

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If you see smoke coming from the Longfellow School during the day it is most likely from a drill. Everett Fire Department will be training at the Longfellow building, 3715 Oakes Ave, today, July 2, 3, & 5, from 8am-5pm. Do not be alarmed if you see “smoke” in the area, this is non-toxic smoke, […]

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Father Had 5-Year-Old Son In Lift When It Hit Live Power Lines In Downtown Everett

June 22, 2018

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A 5-year-old boy and his father were transferred from Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett to Harborview Hospital in Seattle in serious condition after a lift he was riding in with his dad touched live electrical lines in an alley in downtown Everett. No word at this time why a man would take his son […]

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Everett Firefighters Get Quick Stop On Garage Fire

June 18, 2018

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Fire crews got a quick stop on a garage fire this morning in a southeast Everett neighborhood. Shortly after 6 AM Everett Fire responded to a report of a garage on fire on 107th Street SE. The first arriving engine found heavy smoke coming from the garage. They were able to get into the house […]

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New Everett Fire Chief Outlines Priorities

June 15, 2018

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On Wednesday, new Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco sat down with the Everett City Council public safety committee and outlined his priorities. He said his first order of business was to get his command team in place. Current Everett Fire Marshal LeRoy McNulty has announced he will be retiring in July and DeMarco’s former position […]

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Apartment Fire Displaces 5 Adults And 1 Child On Highway Place In Everett

June 13, 2018

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No injuries but the Snohomish County Chapter of the American Red Cross is helping find temporary shelter for five adults and a child following a fire at an apartment building on Highway Place in central Everett. The fire broke out around 11 AM this morning (Wednesday) in the 5900 block of Highway Place. According to […]

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