Fire damages home in historic Queen Anne district, send a man and woman to the hospital.
Seattle firefighters battled a house fire in the Queen Anne neighborhood Monday evening that sent a man and woman to the hospital.
Authorities responded to the fire at 2910 9th Avenue W. at 7:30 p.m. and had it under control by 8 p.m. according to the Seattle Fire Department Twitter feed.
A man and woman, both 70, were transported to Harbor View Medical Center in stable condition, the fire department posted.
The call initially dispatched as a rubbish fire, but as more calls came in it became clear it was a house fire, the department’s public information officer, Hilton Almond, said in an email.
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Hilton said no firefighters were injured. He did have an estimate of the damages, and said the fire is still under investigation.