Snohomish house a ‘total loss’ after fire

The fire had spread to a mobile home, several smaller buildings and nearby trees. There were no injuries.

SNOHOMISH — A one-story house, a mobile home and several smaller buildings caught fire near Snohomish on Wednesday.

Firefighters were called to the blaze at 3:49 p.m.

A woman and her son who live in the house on the 12500 block of Three Lakes Road, were away when the fire broke out. Their pets were not found inside, according to initial reports.

Fire District 4 Chief Ron Simmons said it took about an hour to knock down the flames, which had spread to nearby trees as well.

He said the house was “pretty much a total loss.”

A fire marshall is investigating the cause of the fire.

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