Archive for 'Battalion 6 (NE Seattle)'
At 7:40 this morning a KOMO TV News helicopter carrying two people crashed onto Broad Street near 5th Avenue igniting three cars. The pilot and news photographer onboard were killed instantly in the crash. A 37-year old man who was in the car hit by helicopter debris was transported to Harborview Medical Center with third […][More]
March 3—A fire at a Greenwood auto lube shop was most likely caused by an electrical junction box. At 1:09 a.m. a call came into firefighter/dispatchers at the Fire Alarm Center reporting flames coming from the auto shop located at the corner of Greenwood Avenue North and Holman Road North. When Engine Company 31 arrived […][More]
Posted: March 4th, 2014 under Battalion 4 (NW Seattle), Battalion 6 (NE Seattle), Fire Line, Fires.
Tags: electrical fire, Greenwood, Jiffy Lube, junction box, Seattel Firefighters, Seattle, Seattle Fire Department
February 22- The Seattle Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team determined there a University of Washington building was safe to reoccupy this afternoon. At 10:52 this morning, firefighter/dispatchers at the Fire Alarm Center received a call from the University of Washington Police Department regarding a smell of chemicals coming from the green house at a campus […][More]
January 23- Seattle Firefighters extricated a female driver from her VW bug after the car flipped on its side and struck a Lake City medical building. Firefighter/Paramedics transported the woman in her 60′s to Harborview Medical Center with non life threatening injuries. http://spdblotter.seattle.gov/2014/01/23/car-crashes-into-building-in-lake-city/”></a>014/01/23/car-crashes-into-building-in-lake-city/[More]
Posted: January 24th, 2014 under Battalion 6 (NE Seattle), Fire Line.
Tags: Blog, Bug, Harborview Medical Center, Lake City, Paramedics, Ravenna, Seattle Fire, Seattle Fire Department, seattle firefighters, Seattle Police Department, Volkswagen, VW
January 23—Fire Investigators determined a house fire in the Pinehurst neighborhood was accidental, caused by unattended food on the stove. At 5:41 p.m. a smoke alarm alerted the lone resident of the home to a fire in his kitchen. The automatic fire alarm alerted dispatchers at the Fire Alarm Center to the fire […][More]
Posted: January 24th, 2014 under Battalion 6 (NE Seattle), Fire Line, Fires.
Tags: flames, food on the stove, pinehurst, Seattle, Seattle Fire, Seattle Fire Department, seattle firefighters, smoke alarm, unattended cooking fire
The Seattle Fire Department has a brand new Medic Unit thanks to the generous donation of a West Seattle couple. In 2012, the estate of William C. Sanders and Mildred Krahmer Sanders donated more than $550,000 to the City of Seattle to purchase two new medic units for the Seattle Fire Department. “My aunt and uncle cared […][More]
December 2—An overheated exterior extension cord caused a fire at a home located in North Ballard this morning. At 1:39 a.m. dispatchers at the Fire Alarm Center received a call reporting flames coming from a home located in the 9700 block of 1st Avenue NW. When Engine Company 31 arrived, they found heavy flames coming […][More]
Posted: December 2nd, 2013 under Battalion 6 (NE Seattle), Fire Line, Fires.
Tags: Ballard, Crown Hill, Greenwood, Harborview Medical Center, Hollman Road, loyal heights, medics, overheated electrical cord, Puget Sound Energy, Seattle, Seattle City Light, Seattle Fire, seattle firefighters, smoke dectectors, smoke inhalation
October 28— Unattended food on the stove was the cause of an apartment fire on Eastlake Avenue East this afternoon according to a Seattle Fire Investigator. At 11:52 a.m. the lone occupant of an apartment called dispatchers at the Fire Alarm Center to report a stovetop grease fire which extended to the kitchen cabinets. […][More]
November 27—Seattle Fire Investigators determined a fire at a single family home located in the 2200 block of Eastlake Avenue East was caused by overheated electrical wiring. At 5:51 a.m. the first 911 call came into dispatchers form the homeowner who reported a fire and black smoke pouring from the attic of his home. The […][More]
November 5—A Seattle Fire Investigator determined a fire at a home in the 11700 block of 22nd Avenue NE was an accidental fire caused by improperly discarded smoking materials. At 12:07 p.m. a neighbor called 911 reporting a flames coming from a neighbor’s house. Engine Company 39 could see a dark column of smoke coming […][More]
Posted: November 5th, 2013 under Battalion 6 (NE Seattle), Fire Line, Fires.
Tags: 22nd Avenue NE, accidental fire, CPR, Engine 39, Engine Company 39, Harborview, Improperly Discarded Smoking Materials, search and rescue, Seattle, Seattle Fire Department, seattle firefighters