Medic Unit Dispatched to Magnuson Park Water Rescue | 3

SEATTLE, Washington

Fire Department rescue swimmers and fireboats were dispatched at 2244 PDT on Tuesday night, July 21, 2020, to reports of an adult female that fell off an approximately 23-foot boat into the water without a life preserver on.

Units include A14, A2, B2, B6, E17, E38, E6, FIREBOAT 5, L9, M17, M44, SPD PATROL4, R1, SAFT2, FIREBOAT1.

They would eventually code green everyone except for E38, B6 and FIREBOAT1. (2343)

The female patient was being transported by FIREBOAT1 to a location where Medic 17 could meet up with them and transport her to the hospital.  Coordination of details were still in motion on Wednesday morning, July 22, 2020 at 00:03 hours PT.

Harbor2 reported the patient as alert and talking.  It was stated could be transported in a BLS unit.

The incident was reported in the 7800 block of 62nd Avenue N.E. in the Magnuson Park area.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 7/21/2020

Seattle Firefighters Requesting Guardian 1 for Mutual Aid Call | 2

SEATTLE, Wa.

UPDATE | RP noticed missing person off their boat 40 minutes ago. Guardian requested by SFD Command | 1118 PT

FD rescue swimmers and fireboats were dispatched at 2244 PDT on Tuesday night, July 21, 2020, to reports of an adult female that fell off an approximately 23-foot boat into the water without a life preserver on.

Units include A14, A2, B2, B6, E17, E38, E6, FIREBOAT 5, L9, M17, M44, SPD PATROL4, R1, SAFT2, FIREBOAT1.

The incident is unfolding in the 7800 block of 62nd Avenue N.E. in the Magnuson Park area.

This is a developing story.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 7/21/2020

Seattle Firefighters Dispatched to Magnuson Water Rescue Call

SEATTLE, Wa. | FD rescue swimmers and fireboats were dispatched at 2244 PDT on Tuesday night, July 21, 2020, to reports of an adult female that fell off an approximately 23-foot boat into the water without a life preserver on.

Units include A14, A2, B2, B6, E17, E38, E6, FIREBOAT 5, L9, M17, M44, SPD PATROL4, R1, SAFT2, FIREBOAT1.

The incident is unfolding in the 7800 block of 62nd Avenue N.E. in the Magnuson Park area.

This is a developing story.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 7/21/2020 2311 PDT.

Washington Wildfire | Cougar Creek Fire | 4

UPDATE 4 – Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Collage of various men and women firefighters

Various photos of the men and women in the fire service. Credit: OK-WEN NF

The COUGAR CREEK FIRE is burning approximately 20 miles northwest of Entiat, about 12 miles northwest of Ardenvoir and 7.5 miles of Plain, Washington.  The fire started by lightning.

Along with the COUGAR CREEK FIRE, the IC is also managing the LOST FIRE and BANNOCK LAKES FIRE.

The LOST FIRE is located about 10 miles north of Plain, Washington.  The 80-acre fire has been fully contained and is being monitored by air.

The BANNOCK LAKES FIRE is located about 177 miles west of Stehekin in the Glacier Peaks Wilderness.  This fire is burning among large rocky outcroppings and isolated clusters of timber in steep and inaccessible terrain.  The fire is currently not staffed and is also being monitored by air.

The fires are burning on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Washington State Department of Natural Resources and private lands.

Sunrise over Cougar Creek ICP, located at Leavenworth Fish Hatchery, looking toward the southwest.

Sunrise over the Cougar Creek ICP. Credit: OK-WEN NF

There are currently 297 fire personnel assigned along with 7 crews and 13 engines.  The NW IMT Team 10 with IC Alan Lawson will relinquish command to all three wildfires to a local Type 3 Team at 1800 hours PDT this evening.

The Incident Command Post or also known as the ICP is located at the Leavenworth Fish Hatchery.

About 42,712 acres have been destroyed and crews have reached a 79% containment status.

Fire suppression and containment costs have exploded up to $42.3 Million.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog

Washington Wildfire | Cougar Creek Fire | 3

UPDATE 3 – Sunday, September 9, 2018

Cougar Creek Fire is burning approximately 20 miles northwest of Entiat, about 12 miles northwest of Ardenvoir and 7.5 miles of Plain, Washington.  The fire was ignited by lightning.

Fire is visible within forested mountainside as smoke rises above.

Credit: USFS

There are currently 343 personnel assigned that include 8 crews, 3 helicopters and 14 engines.

There has been 42,687 acres of timber, slash ground litter and snags burned.  A 78% containment status has been reached.  Fire behavior has been reported as being active with short-crown runs, torching and flanking.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog

Washington Wildfire | Cougar Creek Fire | 2

UPDATE 2 – Saturday, September 8, 2018

Cougar Creek Fire is burning approximately 20 miles northwest of Entiat, about 12 miles northwest of Ardenvoir and 7.5 miles of Plain, Washington.  The fire was ignited by lightning.

There are currently 352 personnel assigned that include 11 crews, 3 helicopters and 17 engines.

There has been 42,687 acres of timber, slash ground litter and snags burned.  A 78% containment status has been reached.  Fire behavior has been observed as smoldering and creeping.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog