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Puget Sound Fire call report

Type, number of incidents

  • Thursday, December 10, 2020 11:16am
  • News

A weekly look at the number of calls to the Kent-based Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority that serves Kent, Covington, Maple Valley and SeaTac:

Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Weekly Total: 542

EMS/Rescue: 426

False Call: 29

Fire: 15

Good Intent: 43

Haz Condition: 10

Other: 2

Service: 17

Annual total: 26,898

Calls of interest:

• Puget Sound Fire responded with other agencies to a 2nd alarm abandon restaurant fire in Pacific and a 2nd alarm apartment fire in Federal Way that involved several rescues. Crews regularly train and work together with our neighbors providing aid across borders to provide the best service possible to our community.

• A two-car rollover accident with one car into a house and minor injuries.

• On Dec. 5, within three hours the SeaTac-based west battalion responded to a wide variety of calls including a boater rescue on Angle Lake, a dog rescue from a balcony and a dumpster fire in an apartment complex.


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