Marysville fire displaces family of three

MARYSVILLE - At 3:20 p.m. March 24, Marysville Fire District crews were dispatched to a house on fire in the 6500 block of 94th Street NE. Initial reports were of the home on fire and all occupants out. Crews arrived to find smoke showing. While attempting to initiate the 360 size-up, a crew member was bit by the homeowner’s dog. He was transported as a precaution, treated and released with a minor hand injury. Crews quickly contained the fire in the kitchen.

The teenage daughter that was home was alerted to the smoke and fire by the home’s smoke alarms sounding.

Red Cross was assisting the displaced family of three.

Marysville Fire District Fire Marshal determined the fire to have started in the kitchen and damages are estimated at $11,000.

Approximately 15 Marysville firefighters were assisted by Getchell Fire.

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