Under-construction apartment complex burned to the ground in Everett
Posted on Friday, July 17th, 2020 at 11:59 am
EVERETT, WA – A huge 4-alarm fire burned a water-front apartment complex to the ground on Thursday, while also damaging two homes and first responders’ vehicles.
A before and after photo of the Everett waterfront apt. building that burned to the ground in a 4-alarm fire Thursday. Pics via Debbie Snell.
— KOMO News (@komonews) July 17, 2020
According to KOMO News, the fire broke out at 5:45 p.m. Thursday at the Waterfront Place Apartments, a 266-unit complex that has been under construction for more than a year.
High winds carried burning embers across West Marine View Drive, which then sparked fires along 16th Street. These smaller fires severely damaged a nearby home.
A truck from the Everett Fire Department had its windows blown out from the sheer heat of the flames, according to KOMO. At least 73 firefighters were on the scene attempting to douse the flames.
Officials are investigating the cause of the fire.
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