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Media Advisory: Seattle Fire Department Participates in National “We Remember Night”

Contact:               Corey Orvold, PIO                               (206) 386-1679 Seattle Fire Department Participates in National “We Remember Night” In support of families of firefighters and first responders who have taken their own lives, the Seattle Fire Department will participate in the national “We Remember Night” on May 20, 2016. Seattle Fire Department companies not engaged in an […]

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Media Advisory: Seattle Fire Department to Honor Heroes

Contact:          Corey Orvold, PIO, (206) 386-1679 SEATTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT’S ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY CELEBRATES HEROES The Seattle Fire Department and the Seattle 4 Rotary Club will honor the fire department’s 2015 award recipients. Each year, department members nominate their colleagues and Seattle residents for their exemplary service and dedication to the community. This is the first year […]

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Detached Garage Fire Ruled Accidental

Fire investigators determined the fire on the 170 block of Lake Washington Boulevard East was accidental. The fire was the result of a chemical reaction from oil soaked rags placed in a trash can. At 2:26 a.m., fire dispatchers received a call reporting a fire in a detached garage that had spread to a three-story, […]

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Multi-Family Home Fire Ruled Accidental

Fire investigators have determined the basement fire on the 200 block of 10 Avenue East was accidental. The fire was the result of improperly discarded smoking materials. At 8:15 p.m., on May 4, 2016, fire dispatchers received several calls reporting the fire at the multi-family dwelling. When Ladder 10 arrived on the scene, they saw […]

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Fraternity Fire Ruled Accidental

Fire investigators have determined the house fire at the University of Washington Phi Chi Fraternity was accidental. The fire was caused by a malfunction in the electrical system in the basement of the home. On May 2, 2016, fire dispatchers received a call at 4 a.m. reporting smoke in the two-story home with basement. The […]

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Media Advisory: Seattle Fire Deputy Chief of Training to Speak on Recruit Live Fire Training

Contact:           Corey Orvold PIO, 206-250-1892 Media Availability SEATTLE – The Deputy Chief of Training for the Seattle Fire Department will be available to speak to the media about the live fire training for Recruit Class #104, at 5002 Southwest Hudson Street in West Seattle. WHO:             Seattle Fire Department Deputy Chief of Training, Mark […]

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Palatine House Fire Ruled Accidental

Fire investigators determined the house fire on the 6500 block of Palatine Avenue North on April 20, 2016, was accidental. The fire was caused by overheated electrical wiring in the kitchen of the home. At 6:19 p.m., fire dispatchers received multiple calls of a fire inside the home. Engine 21, arrived to find heavy black […]

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House Fire Ruled Accidental

Fire investigators have determined improperly discarded smoking material is to blame for the house fire at Fremont Avenue North and North 115th Street on April 19, 2016. The fire originated on the back deck of the home and then extended to the interior of the home. The cause of the fire has been ruled accidental.   […]

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NewHolly Fire Ruled Accidental

Seattle Fire investigators have determined the fire at 30th Avenue South and South Willow Street on April 18, 2016, was accidental. The fire was caused by improperly discarded smoking material which ignited nearby combustible material. Just  after 7 p.m., firefighters responded to multiple reports of a fire in a two-story single family residence in the […]

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Truck Fire Ruled Accidental

Seattle Fire investigators determined that the truck fire on April 15, 2016, was accidental. Investigators say the fire and subsequent explosion were caused by a leak in a propane tank located in the bed of the truck. At 4:56 p.m., multiple 911 callers reported a truck fire and explosion in front of several businesses on Fourth […]

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