GOLD BAR, WASHINGTON STATE | APRIL 3, 2021
Snohomish County firefighters responded to a 2-alarm residential fire in the 49000 block of SR 2 in Gold Bar, Washington State. The fire occurred on Saturday, April 3, 2021 around 2153 hours PT.
Units dispatched were T53, KCT195, 1G9, 1K1, A51, A54, AIR54, B31, B53, E31, E51, E53, E54, M32, T51, TN54, KCTN166, E33, KCE195.
All occupants were said to have escaped the structure. However, firefighters were being challenged with no water supply and utilities had not been secured at one point during the incident.
About 30 minutes after the water supply issues, fire crews were able to find success in knocking down the fire
One person was said to have suffered burns but it is unknown the severity of their injuries.
SR-2 in Gold Bar was blocked due to the fire incident. Officials were asking that drivers use another route to bypass the area for their safety and due to emergency vehicles in the area.
No preliminary cause of the fire was released.
A damage assessment to the property and contents was also unknown and too early to determine.
(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog – Updated 2245 PT