Fire burns home in Everett, residents make it out safe
Posted on Tuesday, August 11th, 2020 at 1:39 pm
EVERETT, WA – A fire broke out on the rear side of an Everett home early Sunday morning, but Everett Police assisted in getting all of the residents out safely.
According to My Everett News, the fire started before 2 a.m. Sunday and spread from the rear of the home up into the attic and upper floors of the house. Everett police officers assisted the residents with escaping the burning home, which was ultimately destroyed.
The Snohomish County Red Cross is helping the three residents of that home, who have not been identified, with temporary housing.
Everett firefighters extinguished the flames and continued monitoring the area for hot spots that could catch fire again. Investigators are still working to determine the cause of the blaze.
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