House Fire Sends One Person To Hospital

CKFR crews were dispatched to a residential structure fire at approximately 7:25 pm. The fire was in a single family home located in the 6900 block or Navajo Trail NE.
Crews quickly knocked down the fire from the exterior before going interior and extinguishing.
Both occupants (adults) evacuated. One received minor care for smoke inhalation and burns.
The structure suffered significant smoke and fire damage throughout.
The County Fire Marshal is investigating the cause.
We thank the Bremerton Fire Department for providing mutual aid.

Rollover Accident

CKFR crews are currently on scene of a vehicle over an embankment at 2200 NW Myhre Road.
The driver is entrapped with minor injuries. Crews are working to stabilize the vehicle before extrication.

Driver Extricated After Collision

Pine Road at Sutton Place was closed due to a two vehicle collision.
A detour was available on NE Pinecrest Drive.
One patient required extrication was transported to Saint Michael Medical Center. The other driver was not injured.
Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is on scene and the road remains closed. Please use Pinecrest as a detour.

Lost Hwy Brush Fire

Update: 7:25. CKFR crews are turning over the scene to DNR crews who will be on scene overnight.
CKFRs Tender 55 Volunteer crew will provide support.
Crews worked hard. This is the start of our dry season and a reminder that it’s time to prepare your property in case of wildfire. You can find resources on our website: www.CKFR.org

Update: 5:30 pm. The fire is 6 acres in size but 100% contained.

Update: 3:58 pm. The fire has grown to 4 acres. CKFR and DNR have water on the fire and it’s 50% contained. There are no structures threatened.
DNR has requested a helicopter to help drop water on the fire.

CKFR and DNR crews are on scene of a brush fire in the area of Lost Hwy and Wintergreen.
The fire is currently 1 acre and growing.

Patient Thanks Crews

Two weeks ago Jacque Holloway woke up next to her husband and realized his breathing wasn’t normal; he was making sounds almost like a snore, but Steve Holloway doesn’t typically snore. Jacque attempted to wake him, without success. Realizing something was seriously wrong, she called 911 and found herself beginning CPR.
Today, Steve and Jacque visited Station 51 and reunited with the crew that, along with Jacque’s quick actions, saved Steve’s life.
“I remember going to bed the night before and then nothing until I woke up in the hospital the next day,” Steve recalled. What he didn’t know is that his wife performed CPR for approximately 6 minutes before CKFRs Firefighters and Paramedics arrived, moved him onto the floor, hooked him up to an AED, and ultimately had to shock him 3 times.
Steve said he didn’t know how to properly thank the crews, but Firefighters assured him that seeing him walk through the station door was all the thanks they needed.

Bremerton House Fire

CKFR crews worked to extinguish a residential structure fire in the 3100 block of NE Seahurst Court, Bremerton.
All occupants safely evacuated. The fire appears to have started on the second floor. The County Fire Marshal will investigate the cause.

Driver Airlifted After Rollover

CKFR responded to a single vehicle accident yesterday at Gold Creek Road and Grada Creek Way. The driver was trapped inside.
Firefighters stabilized the vehicle then safely extricated the driver.
The patient sustained severe injuries and was treated by one of our Paramedics before being transported by Airlift Northwest.

Abandoned Vehicle Fire

CKFR crews responded to the area near Island lake Cemetery this morning around 6:15 for a vehicle fire. The fire was called in by neighbors. The County Fire Marshal is investigating the cause. The vehicle appeared to be empty.

Single Vehicle Rollover

CKFR crews responded to single vehicle accident this morning at Hwy 303 and Radcliff Avenue.
One person was pinned inside the vehicle, not injured, but needed to be extricated by crews.

Occupants Safe After Fire

CKFR crews responded to the scene of a working structure fire in the 3700 block of Seabeck Hwy NW.
The building, a multi family structure, was occupied, but everyone is out safely.
Firefighters battled the blaze with the assistance of Bremerton Fire and Navy Region Northwest.
The County Fire Marshal will investigate the cause and Red Cross has been dispatched to assist the occupants