Dog found dead after mini storage fire in Snohomish

Snohomish County Fire District 4 said firefighters didn’t find anyone in three damaged units.

SNOHOMISH — A dog died Wednesday morning in a fire at a storage facility.

Three storage spaces were reported on fire in the 700 block of Avenue D. The fire was reportedly under control by 7:53 a.m., according to Snohomish County Fire District 4. No one was found inside the units, but a dog was found dead.

Building damage was estimated at $50,000, with another $12,000 in stored belongings.

The fire is under investigation, but the fire district said there were no suspicious circumstances.

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