SEATTLE – A big fire that started in a lumberyard warehouse in Seattle struck several buildings near the city's ship…
SEATTLE – A big fire that started in a lumberyard warehouse in Seattle struck several buildings near the city’s ship canal and caused power outage.
The city’s fire department sent several engines and fireboats to fight the fan which began at 9 pm Saturday. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
The Seattle Times reports that the flame struck up five buildings. The Department spokesman Kristin Tinsley said the affected buildings belong to Northwest Millwork and Gascoigne Timmer. Northwest Millwork produces custom architectural woodwork. Gascoigne is a wholesaler company
Tinsley said at 10:25 p.m. so much of the fire was under control.
The fire department sent an emergency signal within a half mile radius of fire in Queen Queen Queen, who told residents to shut their windows and doors.