No one injured in Snohomish house fire

SNOHOMISH – No one was injured Saturday as a home in Snohomish was destroyed by fire, said a Snohomish County Fire District 4 official.

All 10 occupants of the two-story home at 1918 Lakewood Drive escaped safely when firefighters arrived, Battalion Chief John Hinchcliff said in a written statement. The fire was reported at 1:24 p.m.

The fire burned on both floors and the basement, Hinchcliff said. Damage was estimated at $220,000.

The fire was ruled accidental and is believed to have started in electrical circuitry in the garage.

Everett: Fire damages one unit of a duplex

A woman was treated for minor smoke inhalation after her south Everett duplex burned early Sunday, according to the Everett Fire Department.

The fire was reported at 6:30 a.m. in the 1000 block of 84th Avenue SE, near Cascade High School, Battalion Chief Nick Walker said.

No one else was in the home at the time and the fire did not spread to the other unit of the duplex, Walker said. Damage was estimated at $75,000.

The fire was ruled accidental and is believed to have been caused by a candle in the bedroom, Walker said.

The woman, whose age was not available Sunday, was treated at Providence Medical Center in Everett.

Snohomish: Teen shot in good condition

A male in his late teens was shot during a dispute between two groups of people in cars in Snohomish late Sunday, police said.

The victim was wounded in the leg and taken to Valley General Hospital in Monroe where he was listed in good condition Sunday night, Snohomish police Sgt. Fred Havener said. No further information on the victim was available.

No arrests were made Sunday, he said. The dispute occurred about 9 p.m. in the 400 block of Avenue C, Havener said.

Police weren’t sure of the nature of the dispute.

“We’re just trying to sort out what happened,” Havener said.

From Herald staff reports

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