A 55 year old Yakima man rescued from a mobile home fire Tuesday night remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Authorities say the man suffered smoke inhalation. Firefighters were called to the fire in the 76 hundred block of Nob Hill Blvd
Yakima firefighters rescued a 55 year old man from a mobile home fire in the 76 hundred block of Nob Hill Blvd. at about 9;30 last night. When firefighters arrived they were told there was a man in a bedroom
79 year old Janice Smith lived at this mobile home along Meadowbrook Road with her daughter who tried to rescue her in a fire on Friday morning. Fire officials say she woke up in the early morning hours and found the house full of smoke
It's always nice to hear about communities coming together in time of needs. A Selah couple are feeling feeling thankful from all the support given by friends, family and strangers. Gerta and Verner Woelk's home and most their possessions were destroyed in a fire on July 8th. The
A fire in Gleed on Friday night took the life of an elderly woman. Gleed Fire Chief James Kohl says the fire was reported at about 11 o'clock Friday night and when they arrived flames had engulfed a part of the home in the 1400 block of Old Naches Highway
A Sunday morning blaze on Swan Avenue damaged two homes and engulfed 4 vehicles, no injuries were reported. But fire investigators are still searching for a cause in the fire that investigators call suspicious
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