25 July 2021
Dumpster Fire - 4719 15th Av Ne - E31 Seattle
Rainier Ave S & S Henderson St: Firefighters confirm one patient (adult female) was trapped in the vehicle and were able to safely extricate her. Paramedics are treating and evaluating the patient.
1 year ago
[email protected]: "COVID19 (China Virus) Death Rate PLUNGES From Peak In U.S." A Tenfold Decrease In Mortality. The Washington Times @WashTimes Valerie Richardson. We have the lowest Mortality Rate in the World. The Fake News should be reporting these most important of facts, but they don't
Judge sets $1.2 million bail for driver accused of hitting 2 Seattle protesters
Coronavirus update: Statewide cases reach 35,898; 1,359 deaths
Crews on scene at the 6300 Blk. of 38th Ave. SW for working fire on floor 2 of a residence. Firefighters working to get water on the fire
Fire in Building - 6338 38th Ave Sw
Police are investigating after two women were found dead early Sunday inside their home in Tacoma
A male called 911 when he arrived home in the 1000 blk of Pierce St to find his two female roommates, ages 31 & 34 unresponsive. The male attempted CPR while police and fire responded. The females were declared deceased by TFD. Detectives and forensics onscene
1 of 2 protesters hit by car on closed Seattle highway dies. Taylor and Diaz Love, 32, of Portland, Oregon, were hit by the car that barreled through a panicked crowd of protesters on Interstate 5 early Saturday morning, officials said.
2 Alarm Fire Destroys Apartment Building, Injures 3 in overnight Tacoma blaze.
Crews have the fire knocked down and are working the hot spots. Three occupants were evaluated for injuries from the incident and transported in stable condition for further medical care
Firefighters on scene at the 1400 Blk. of 23rd Ave. for report of smoke from a 1-story commercial building. Crews investigating
CHOP - 2:00am Women's March leader "TK" encourages protesters to end their night on Broadway and E. Pine and "go home and call it a night". SeattleProtests
CHOP SeattleProtests - Women's March protesters reach Broadway and Pine
Quick work from passers by with water bottles and a cooler full of water stopped this fire from spreading in the 7200 block of S 135th St. Caused by fireworks not fully out when they were disposed of
Brush Fire - 59th Ave S / S Prentice St - E33 - 1:48
@TacomaFire fighting large apartment fire
Firefighters are arriving on the scene of an apartment fire in the 1800 blk of S. 84th St. Flames are showing from the second floor of the building and crews are preparing for a fire attack
Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority makes quick fire stop to house fire on 108th Ave SE house fire in Kent. Crews remain on scene continuing overhaul. No injuries reported
Seattle: Fire officials in Washington state say two women in their 20s have been injured after a driver sped his car through a protest-related closure on the Interstate 5 in Seattle
Here are two pictures of the suspect vehicle that struck two protesters on I-5 this morning. Investigation into motive and point of entry in to I-5 are still under investigation.
Vehicle strikes multiple protesters in Washington, 2 people sent to hospital. Authorities stopped the vehicle and the suspect is in custody.
2 women hit by car on Seattle highway closed amid protests
SeattlePD made 10 arrests overnight. This comes as police regain control of the CHOP zone near the east precinct. More than 70 protesters have been arrested for failure to disperse, assault and obstruction in the past few days.
SeattlePD continue to block the streets around their East Precinct in what was known as the CHOP zone. Protesters continue to demonstrate in the streets, even throwing fireworks at police overnight. 10 people have been arrested
CHOP - West Precinct proteters converge on Broadway and Pine
Protesters are using high powered flashlights on police
CHOP - @SeattlePD bike officers advance to Broadway and Pine and form a bicycle barricade
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A 23-year-old man died Thursday morning at a hospital after he was struck by a driver in Clark County.
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