Edmonds-area fire calls, Dec. 23-29

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Snohomish County Fire District 1 responded to 377 calls the week of Dec. 23-29: 303 emergency medical aid calls, 16 fires, 34 motor vehicle collisions, 15 automatic fire alarms, six service calls, two carbon monoxide alarms and one natural gas leak.

Dec. 23

PEDESTRIAN HIT BY CAR. At 7:15 a.m., a woman was hit by a car in the 8700 block of 236th Street Southwest in Edmonds. She was transported by firefighters to Swedish/Edmonds.

BICYCLIST HIT BY CAR. At 11:36 a.m., a bicyclist was hit by a car at 47th Avenue West and Beverly Park-Edmonds Road north of Lynnwood. The bicyclist, a man in his 30s, was transported by firefighters to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.

PEDESTRIAN HIT BY CAR. At 1:46 p.m., an elderly man was hit by a car in the 22500 block of Highway 99 in Edmonds. He was transported by firefighters to Swedish/Edmonds.

COLLISION. At 5:12 p.m., firefighters took one patient to Swedish/Edmonds after responding to a two-car collision in the 22300 block of Highway 99 in Edmonds.

Dec. 24

COLLISION. At 11:48 p.m., firefighters transported one patient to Swedish/Edmonds after responding to a two-car collision at 220th Street Southwest and Highway 99 in Edmonds.

Dec. 25

COLLISION. At 6:48 a.m., firefighters transported one patient to Swedish/Edmonds after responding to a car that crashed into the guardrail on southbound I-5 at 196th Street  Southwest.

HOUSE FIRE. At 8:18 p.m., firefighters responded to a fire at a home in the 17100 block of 18th Place West east of Lynnwood. One man was injured and was transported by firefighters to Swedish/Edmonds. The fire was contained to a family room, but caused smoke damage throughout the home. Damage is estimated at $50,000. The fire was started by a burning candle that had been placed too close to a Christmas tree.

Dec. 29

COLLISION. At 9:41 a.m., firefighters transported one patient to Swedish/Edmonds after responding to a one-car collision at 195th Place Southwest and Locust Way east of Lynnwood.

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