House fire in North Highline, 1 hurt

(Adapted from original as-it-happened coverage on partner site West Seattle Blog – smoke was visible for miles around)

Thanks to Colby for that photo, the first we received from a house fire this afternoon near 26th SW and SW 109th.

The smoke had subsided by the time our crew arrived at the fire scene – thanks to those who tipped us via text and voice on our hotline (206-293-6302). This is in the North Highline Fire District’s jurisdiction; other departments including Seattle Fire sent units as mutual aid (including Engine 11):

Big response overall.

One person suffered minor injuries, we’re told, and was treated at the scene. By 3:45 pm, the fire (at 10907 26th SW) was out or close to it, our crew reported, and investigators were on the way to try to find out how it started.


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One Response to “House fire in North Highline, 1 hurt”

  1. By the time I arrived out on my daily walk the fire was out with just a little smoke left and they were cleaning up. Just wanted to thank all the fire departments that responded in addition to the KC deputies. Saw emergency vehicles from Tukwila, SeaTac, Burien/Normandy Park and was told that Seattle FD had responded as well. Nice job all!

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