Archive for 'Fire Line'
July 23—An early morning fire heavily damages three north Seattle homes in the Maple Leaf neighborhood.At 3 a.m., firefighters responded to a report of a fire at a home under construction located in the 8500 block of 8th Avenue NE. When Engine Company 16 arrived, flames were shooting 30-40 feet into the air from […][More]
July 22—Seattle Fire Department currently has nine firefighters at the Blue Creek Fire in Walla Walla County. The firefighters are part of a Type 1 Engine Company Strike Team Deployment to Wenatchee, Washington. The firefighters deployed from Seattle the night of […][More]
Posted: July 22nd, 2015 under Fire Line.
July 22, 2015 -Since June 1st, the Seattle Fire Department has responded to a 178% increase in brush fires. The warm, dry conditions are creating the perfect fuel for fires to burn. By two p.m. today, the Seattle Firefighters has already responded to four brush fires and four beauty bark fires. The most serious fire […][More]
July 20-At 1:22 a.m., neighbors called 911 to report smoke coming from the basement of a home located in the 4400 block of SW Graham Street. Neighbors attempted to knock on the door to wake up the occupants of the home. When firefighters arrived to find flames visible from the crawl space of the home […][More]
July 18—Seattle firefighters rescued a woman from a second floor window of a burning apartment building in South Park this morning. At 3:28 p.m. firefighter dispatchers received multiple calls of a two-story apartment building on fire in the 1000 block of S Thistle St. Callers reported a person trapped on the second floor of the […][More]
SEATTLE – The Seattle Fire Department and the Seattle Fire Fighters Union, Local 27, invite the community to check out the completed seismic and safety upgrade of Seattle’s Fire Station 11, located at 1514 SW Holden St. in the Highland Park neighborhood, during an open house on July 18, 2015, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. […][More]
SEATTLE – (July 14, 2015) Today, Seattle Fire Department Chief Harold Scoggins received 20 donated pet oxygen masks from the Invisible Fence Brand of Seattle. The masks will be used to resuscitate animals overcome by smoke inhalation at fire scenes. “I am very thankful for Invisible Fence’s generous donation,” said Seattle Fire Chief Harold Scoggins. […][More]
July 10–Seattle Fire Investigators determined an early morning fire at a Fremont daycare center was accidental most likely caused by improperly discarded smoking materials on the back deck. At 5:24 a.m. firefighters responded to the 3600 block of Fremont Avenue North for a fire on the back porch of a daycare center and home. Firefighter […][More]
July 10–Fire investigators are classifying the cause of an early morning fire at a vacant house in the Rainier Valley as undetermined. At 3:17 a.m. a 911 caller reported smoke and flames coming from a vacant home located next door. When firefighters arrived they found flames shooting from every floor of a home located in the […][More]
July 2—A two-alarm fire at two Beacon Hill homes is still under investigation. On Wednesday July 1 at 9 p.m., multiple 911 calls poured into the Fire Alarm Center reporting a loud explosion and fire at a home locate in the 3500 block of S Portland Street. While responding, Engine Company 33 saw a large […][More]