Fire destroys top floors of Queen Anne home near Seattle's Kerry Park

  • Source: KING-TV NBC 5 Seattle
  • Published: 11/30/2021 03:53 PM

VIDEO: The Seattle Fire Department (SFD) is investigating what caused a fire that burned through the top floors of a multi-million dollar home in the Queen Anne neighborhood Tuesday afternoon. The fire started in a 3-story home built in 1904 in the 500 block of West Highland Drive Tuesday afternoon, near Seattle's renowned Kerry Park. A spokesperson said two people were inside the home at the time of the fire, but both got out safely and no firefighters were hurt in the process of putting out the flames. SFD said the fire primarily involved the second floor and attic. "Right now, the safety concern is to prevent this fire from spreading to any neighboring homes or trees," said David Cuerpo, Public Information Officer for Seattle Fire Department. "Also, once the fire is fully out, we can go inside to do an investigation and see what caused this fire."


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