Ravensdale Garage Catches Fire, Displaces Homeowner

RAVENSDALE, Wash. – A car being worked on by a male resident inside his garage caught fire around 1300 hours on Wednesday, May 30, 2018, was able to escape without any injury.

He has been displaced by this fire.  It is unknown if he was taken care of by Red Cross or if he found shelter on his own.

Location

The home is located in the 33400 block of SE Kent-Kangley Road in Ravensdale.  It is located just west of Maple Valley, Washington.

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Photo Courtesy | PIO Kyle Ohashi – Puget Sound RFA

Cause

The cause of the fire has been deemed by the King County Fire Investigator as  accidental.

Resources

Firefighters from Maple Valley, King County Fire District 47 and Puget Sound Fire were dispatched and the first due reported seeing fire from as far away as two-mile from the fire ground.

Fire Operations

It would take about an hour for fire crews to put out the fire that had spread from the vehicle to contents inside the garage up into the rafters.  Tireless efforts paid off by stopping further extension of the fire from reaching  the living space of the home which successfully enabled the homeowner to salvage most of his personal property.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog

 

 

Lynnwood Fire/Snohomish Co Fire District 1 Needs You…

Lynnwood/Fire District 1 RFA Planning Committee Seeks Applicants to Draft Pro/Con Statements for Voters Pamphlet

LYNNWOOD, WA (April 21, 2017) – The Lynnwood/Fire District 1 Regional Fire Authority Planning Committee is seeking citizens to serve on pro and con committees to prepare statements for the voter’s pamphlet on a potential ballot measure to create a regional fire authority encompassing the boundaries of Lynnwood and Snohomish County Fire District 1.

The Planning Committee is asking elected officials in both jurisdictions to place the Regional Fire Authority (RFA) Plan on the Aug. 1 primary election ballot for voters in the City of Lynnwood and Snohomish County Fire District 1, which serves unincorporated communities including Hilltop, Hilton Lake, Keeler’s Corner, Lake Serene, Lake Stickney, Mariner, Martha Lake, Picnic Point and Silver Firs.

Pro and con committees must be appointed by May 12.

To be considered for appointment to the pro or con committee, citizens must submit a letter of interest to Planning Committee Secretary Amanda Thompson, Snohomish County Fire District 1, 12425 Meridian Avenue S., Everett WA 98208 or athompson@firedistrict1.org no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2. Letters should indicate whether the applicant wishes to serve on the pro committee (supporting creation of the RFA) or the con committee (opposing creation of the RFA).

Learn more about the RFA plan at www.LynnwoodFD1RFA.com.

Contact:

Julie Moore, Manager of Communications & Public Affairs, City of Lynnwood
jmoore@LynnwoodWA.gov
425-670-5023

Leslie Hynes, Public Information Officer, Fire District 1
lhynes@firedistrict1.org
425-551-1243

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