Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue units were dispatched to the Brownsville Marina for a boat fire in the early hours of February 24, 2019. Crews arrived to 2 boats and the pier well involved threatening multiple other boats. Fire was extinguished with major damage to two vessels. CKFR was assisted by Poulsbo Fire’s Marine 74 and Bremerton Fire units. Fire cause is under investigation by Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s Office.
Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Navy Region Northwest and Poulsbo Fire units were on of a fully involved mobile home fire. No injuries reported.
Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue crews responded to a residential structure fire off Seabeck Hwy today in a detached garage with an apartment. There were no injuries, the ire was extinguished and crews conducted overhaul to ensure there were no hot spots that could reignite.
Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews were called to rescue a dog approximately 60’ down a 120’ high bank cliff. Crews from Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Poulsbo Fire, and South Kitsap Fire and Rescue, went down to retrieve Bubba, a 60lb pit bull mix, on rescue ropes. Bubba eventually made his way back up the slope under his own power.
While Bubba was happy to see his family, he was less than appreciative to his would-be rescuers once back on top of the cliff and declined pictures.
Crews responded to NE Rosewell Drive shortly after 2:00 pm today. It was a single vehicle, driver only. Driver was not injured. Homeowner was home – also not injured. CKFR crews secured gas and electricity and turned the scene over to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office
Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews work to clear the way for patient removal and make it safer for the homeowners today.
It may no longer be snowing, but many surfaces are uneven and very slippery. Please be careful!
CKFRs Utility Vehicle was hard at work in all this snow! Most driveways are inaccessible for the Engines and Medic Units so the UTV went to every medical call with CKFR St. 56 crews.
Earlier it was used to bring a patient down to the Medic Unit for transport.
On February 10th, Kitsap County Public Works responded to Fairgrounds Road at Old Military.
The road was potentially unsafe due to erosion underneath. The two holes pictured opened to larger spaces 3-4′ under the road.
Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews were concerned with further damage to the road bed or an accident from a passenger vehicle driving over the hole.
5300 NW Newberry Hill Road,
Silverdale, WA 98383