Apartment fire in SeaTac Sunday night displaces 2 people

Two people and their pet dog have lost their home following an apartment fire Sunday evening (Dec. 22) in the 20400 block of 32 Ave. South (map below).

Neither of the residents were home when the fire broke out around 9 p.m.

Firefighters rescued their dog while also keeping the fire from spreading to other units in the eight-apartment building.

Besides SeaTac, firefighters from the Kent Fire Department RFA, Port of Seattle, South King Fire and Rescue, and Burien responded to the call.

There was a slight amount of damage to two other units but all of the residents were able to return to their homes once firefighters made them safe for reoccupation.

The apartment complex’s management is helping the displaced couple with another apartment. In the meantime, Red Cross was also called in to assist.

The cause of the fire is under investigation and there were no reports of any injuries.

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One Response to “Apartment fire in SeaTac Sunday night displaces 2 people”
  1. Dan Decker says:

    SeaTac does not have a fire department. Remember the City sold it to the highest bidder earlier this year. Not the lowest bid but the highest bid. This is normal team work coming from Your contract council, which ever they are.

    SeaTac is a black hole of Taxes. I am sure You All can afford the way Your contract council operates at Your expense. If not why do You keep voting them in to over spend Ypur money?

    Vote that contract council out and You will win!