Firefighters were called out on Saturday night at 2122 hours PDT to respond to a dryer fire in the building located in the 4300 block of 29th Avenue South in Seattle, Washington.
The call went out as a full response dispatching the following units: A14 AIR10 B2 B5 DEP1 E13 E27 E28 E30 E6 L12 L3 M28 M44 MAR5 R1 REHAB1 SAFT2 and STAF10.
Firefighters quickly egressed and ten minutes into the incident, it was determined the first arriving units could handle as a single response, lealving Engines 13 and 30, Ladder 3 and Battalion 5 on-scene.
Fire was reported as under control with no preconnect. A ventilation system was put into place.
Primary search of floor one was complete with nothing found (2141 hours). A search of a nearby exposure was also conducted and nothing found.
Engine 30 was working with the challenge of shutting off the continuous spray of fire sprinklers. They were finally shutoff at 2142 hours.
There were no reports of any injuries to citizens, residents or firefighters.
The cause is currently unknown at this time, as firefighters to continue with fire operations.
(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Posted: 4/4/2020 2145 PDT