South Snohomish County Firefighters were dispatched at 1249 hours PST to a multi-story house fire in the 5600 block of 169th Place SE in Lynnwood, Washington on Saturday, January 4, 2020.
Credit | Andrew Kim (granted permission)
Eyewitness accounts reported the attic entirely fully engulfed with potential exposures.
1st Alarm resources included: B21, E15, E23, L10, L14, TR21, A15, B15, M10 2nd Alarm E16, E17, E18 L72, M11, CH11, B11 and Air 10.
Most 2nd alarm resources were quickly released shortly after their arrival.
Firefighters multiple hot spots and egressed, tapping the fire shortly thereafter arriving on-scene.
Credit | South County Fire
Primary and secondary searches of the entire structure was completed with nothing found.
Fire Investigators have not released the cause of this fire. It is still under investigation and the preliminary cause has not been released at the time of this post.
Lynnwood Police Officers provided traffic control near the fire incident, which was closed off to drivers and only open to Emergency vehicles.
No injuries to any citizens or firefighters were reported.
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(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog – Updated 1/4/2020 – 1415 PST – Updated 1615 PST