Woman, two children displaced after Edmonds house fire Wednesday


An Edmonds woman and her two children were displaced during a fire in the 22100 block of 92nd Avenue West Wednesday.

According to South Snohomish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman Leslie Hynes, the fire was reported at 3:54 p.m. Wednesday. There were no injuries but the house was a total loss.

“The woman was in the backyard at the time of the fire. She came in and found her kitchen in flames and called 911,” Hynes said.

The two-story house was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived. It took about an hour to get the fire under control. Investigators believe the cause was electrical. Damage estimate is $420,000, Hynes said.


2 Replies to “Woman, two children displaced after Edmonds house fire Wednesday”

  1. Please use this great My Edmonds News resource to let us know if there’s any donation drive or support we can give the family.


    1. I have reached out to South Snohomish Fire and they are looking into how people might be able to help, and will let me know.


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