Crews respond to townhouse fire in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood
Posted on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 11:24 am
SEATTLE, WA — Firefighters responded to a working fire Monday afternoon at a townhouse in the Georgetown neighborhood of south Seattle, according to Seattle Fire Department.
Firefighters on scene of a working fire with flames showing on the second floor of a residential home at the 800 block of S. Orcas St. Crews working to get water on the fire.
— Seattle Fire Dept. (@SeattleFire) July 19, 2021
Crews arrived at the scene in the 800 block of South Orcas Street to visible flames on the second floor of the residential home. A heavy concentration of the fire was discovered to be coming from the rooftop of the townhouse.
No injuries have been reported in the incident.
Crews were able to control the blaze and have since begun an investigation to determine the cause of the fire.
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