One Person Displaced In Blaine After Birch Bay Residential Fire

Blaine, WA (May 2, 2021)- One person was displaced from their home following a fire outbreak at a residence in Birch Bay.

The fire started at a residential structure in the 4600 block of Alderson Road in Blaine Monday morning.

First responders arrived at the scene at about 9:35 a.m. Monday and found that the fire had made its way into the attic, making it a challenge to battle, North Whatcom Fire & Rescue Captain Mike Finley said.

The resident escaped unhurt with two dogs but lost three cats to the fire.

The local chapter of the Red Cross is assisting the displaced resident while Whatcom Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire, Finley said.

News Source: Whatcom News

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