2 October 2023
Multiple crews are responding to a large fire at a business in Tacoma
7000 block of Seaview Ave NW: received reports from bystanders at Golden Gardens Park that a paddle boarder safely made it back to shore and has left the area. units are returning to service
7000 block of Seaview Ave NW: Crews conducted multiple search patterns around the area where the paddle boarder was last seen by the reporting party and have not found anyone in distress
Tacoma fire crews battled a two-alarm fire that left a vacant building engulfed in flames Thursday evening
Crews are responding to reports of a paddle boarder in distress off shore of the 7000 block of Seaview Ave NW
from Spokane Fire Department: Major Wildfire Causes Evacuations; Firefighters Keep It Away From Structuresn Spokane, WA- At 1:57 pm this afternoon, Spokane Fire Engine 4 was dispatched to 1405 South Rustle St for a report of smoke in the area. As firefighters drove up S
3300 West Princeton, SWAT Activity Reported
19600 E Wellesley Ave, confirmed structure fire reported
South Flint Rd and West Aviation Ave, Vehicle Collision Reported
Police close two blocks of 2nd Avenue in downtown Spokane for investigation
900 block of 20th Ave: Fire extinguished. Secondary search is all clear. Cause of the fire is under investigation
900 block of 20th Ave: Fire under control. Primary search is all clear. No injuries were reported
900 block of 20th Ave: Firefighters on scene report an exterior fire involving a detached shed and extending to the home. Crews have knocked down the fire and are conducting a primary search of the home
Crews are responding to reports of an exterior fire extending to a home at the 900 block of 20th Ave. Please avoid the area
Level 3 evacuations issued for wildfire burning in area of W. Anderson Rd. and S. Cheney Spokane Rd
A second suspect has been arrested in a deadly shooting in Tacoma from April 18
A @komonews just arrived on scene at an apartment complex in Lynnwood where up to 9 cars were damaged in a fire. nnIt happened just after 6am off 208th Street South-West Investigators working to determine cause of fire
At 0115, PSF, @SouthKingFire, and FD2 were dispatched to a brush fire with exposure in the 20400 block of International BL in SeaTac. No extension to the building or injuries
Crews are on scene of a brush fire that extended to a shed at the 8800 block of 25th Ave Ct S in Lakewood, near Wards Lake Park. Fire is out and there are no injuries. The cause is under investigation
This video given to @komonews shows a massive 3 alarm fire at apt complex on 156th Ave in Bellevue. Police say it started after a domestic violence suspect deliberately set it during a standoff. The smoke got so bad, he ended up surrendering. At least 3 units destroyed
@BvueFD and @BvuePD are at the scene of a 3-alarm apartment fire that happened after a domestic disturbance, according to police
Officers emptied several fire extinguishers inside the unit attempting to put out the flames, but the fire grew quickly. Finally, the suspect came out and surrendered and was taken into custody. At least one officers suffered from smoke inhalation
Officers and SWAT responded to a barricaded subject allegedly involved in a domestic disturbance in the 1600 block of 156th Ave NE just before 3:30 pm. After a couple hours of attempting to negotiate the suspect out of the apartment, a fire broke out in the unit
13100 North Mill Rd, Structure Fire Reported
The investigation of a of a multi-vehicle hit and run escalated into an officer-involved shooting Tuesday morning, says the Kelso Police Department
Police investigating officer-involved shooting at Kelso mobile home park
2 people were injured in a small plane crash at Renton Municipal Airport this morning
South 195 and East Meadow Lane Rd, Brush Fire Reported
2 month ago
Several pets die in a house fire in Lacey.
Fatal at 5th and Denny Way police confirm man hit by monorail - SPD says he climbed building and was spray painting it prior to being struck
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