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Fire caused by overheated extension cords

On Sunday, Feb. 2, at 11 a.m., crews responded to a well involved fire on the 2800 block of S Othello St. Engine Companies 28 and 33 were the first on-scene and confirmed heavy smoke coming from the two-story home. They quickly got water on the fire while sustaining a… [ Keep reading ]

2-Alarm fire in Northgate

SEATTLE – At 10:39 a.m., a neighbor called 911 reporting visible smoke in a 4-story apartment building on the 10500 block of 8th Ave NE. Engine 39 was the first crew on-scene and confirmed light smoke coming from a unit on the 4th floor. When they made it to the… [ Keep reading ]

Trial by fire for Seattle’s newest firefighters

The Seattle Fire Department will train new firefighter recruits at two vacant homes in the Roosevelt neighborhood from Oct. 28-31 at 815 and 821 NE 66th St. Live-fire training is an opportunity for our new fire recruits to work with our officers and face real fire scenarios in a controlled… [ Keep reading ]

You’re invited: Fall Festival at Capitol Hill Fire Station 25

SEATTLE – Members of the Capitol Hill community are invited to attend a Fall Festival at Fire Station 25 to meet their local firefighters and police officers, participate in fun activities and learn fall fire safety tips. Activities include pumpkin carving and drawing, cornhole, fire safety activities, and a live… [ Keep reading ]

Fire at UW Medical Center

Oct. 2 at 3:19 p.m. – Our Fire Alarm Center received multiple calls reporting heavy smoke originating from the lobby floor of UW Medical Center’s Cascade Tower. Engine 31 was the first company to arrive on scene and determined the fire was confined to a medical supply room. When the… [ Keep reading ]

More funds proposed for new Health One program

As part of her 2020 Proposed Budget, Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan recently announced new investments to increase support for the first responders and expand medical and treatment services for Seattle’s most vulnerable communities. Fire Chief Harold Scoggins and the International Association of Firefighters Local 27 President Kenny Stuart joined… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Fire hosts fire education, safety activities on Aug. 24

Summer is winding down, but there is plenty of time for fun and learning this Saturday, Aug. 24 as the Seattle Fire Department hosts its Seattle Fire Day. Join us from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Stan Sayres Memorial Park along Lake Washington. Everyone is welcome at this free event,… [ Keep reading ]

Dump truck collision on 1st Ave. and Yesler Way

At 9:42 a.m., our we received multiple 911 calls reporting a dump truck experiencing a catastrophic mechanical failure while traveling westbound, downhill on James St. The truck struck a pedestrian on 2nd Ave., then collided with three vehicles before crashing into a Subway restaurant located on the intersection of 1st… [ Keep reading ]

2-Alarm Fire in Mt. Baker Neighborhood

Our Fire Alarm Center received a 9-1-1 call at 9:47 p.m. reporting a house on fire at the 3200 block of 37th Place S.. The first engine company arrived at 9:50 p.m. and confirmed a working external fire on the rear deck of a two-story single-family house that quickly extended… [ Keep reading ]

Crews respond to 2-Alarm Fire in Fremont

At 1:11 a.m., our Fire Alarm Center received a 9-1-1 call reporting flames visible from a warehouse building on the 600 block of NW 40th St. Crews arrived on scene within five minutes of being dispatched and confirmed flames as well as heavy smoke coming from a large metal building… [ Keep reading ]