Blotter: Passengers walk away from rollover accident; three area fire departments respond to kitchen fire in Ernie’s Grove

  • Wednesday, May 10, 2017 1:08pm
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Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:

Fall City Fire Department

Friday, April 28

Eye problem: At 1:05 a.m., Fall City Firefighters were called to a private home to assist a 61-year-old man who had gotten an irritant in his eye and was experiencing blurry vision. The patient’s eye was flushed with saline and he was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.

Smoke: At 10:38 a.m., firefighters were called to Fish Hatchery Road SE where a house was being renovated. Construction workers were burning large amounts of construction debris, creating smoke which had caused complaints. The workers were advised of the district’s burning policy, which prohibits burning of anything other than clean dry firewood and certain yard debris. The fire was extinguished and the homeowner was issued a notice of violation of the burning regulations.

Saturday, April 29

Hip pain: At 1:56 a.m., Fall City Firefighters were called to a private home to assist a 90-year-old patient who was experiencing hip pain. The patient was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Rollover: At 11:15 p.m., the department responded to a rollover accident at the intersection of S.R. 202 and 308th Avenue SE. The King County Sheriff’s Office discovered the accident but deputies could not locate a driver or passenger. Fire crews determined that the keys had been removed from the vehicle. The vehicle occupants apparently left the scene.

Sunday, April 30

Kitchen Fire: At 7:34 a.m., Fall City firefighters responded along with the Snoqualmie Fire Department and Eastside Fire and Rescue to a residential fire in the Ernie’s Grove area of North Bend. They found a house filled with smoke from a kitchen fire. After extinguishing the fire, they cleared the smoke from the home and turned the scene over to a fire investigator.

Tuesday, May 2

Drug problem: At 9:45 p.m., the department was called to a private home to assist a woman in her 20s who was experiencing anxiety after using cannabis. They evaluated her and left her with her family when she declined to go to the hospital.

Wednesday, May 3

Pottery fire: At 11:24 a.m., Fall City firefighters responded along with the Snoqualmie Fire Department and Eastside Fire and Rescue for a fire at Mount Si High School. Fire crews worked on the roof of the school to extinguish a fire that had started near the school’s pottery kiln. The fire was extinguished and the scene turned back over to school officials.

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