16 displaced in South Everett apartment fire

Everett, Wash. – Two men were injured in an early morning fire on May 16 that displaced 16 residents at an apartment complex in the Mariner neighborhood south of Everett.

Dispatchers received multiple 911 calls around 3:40 a.m. reporting flames visible in a three-story building at the Hangar 128 Apartments in the 13000 block of 8th Ave. W.

Two men, who lived in the second-floor unit where the fire started, were injured. One of the men was exposed to smoke and was transported by firefighters to the hospital for evaluation. The other man sustained minor injuries and was treated by firefighters at the scene. There were no other injuries.

Sunday’s fire at the Hangar 128 Apartments in South Everett.

South County Fire was assisted by Everett Fire and Snohomish County Regional Fire & Rescue. Fire damage was contained to the second-floor unit where the fire started and the balcony of the apartment above. Three neighboring apartment units sustained smoke and water damage. Support 7 and Red Cross responded to assist the residents displaced by the fire.

The Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating how the South Everett apartment fire started and estimates the property loss at $75,000.

Content Source: South County Fire

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