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Father’s Day 2021 Promotion

Father’s Day 2021 Promotion Presented by Our Sponsors

The 2021 Father’s Day promotion is ready to kick off your summer fun! Multiple winners for 2021 so good luck and please thank the Sponsors by giving them a Like or Follow.

What can you win?

Grand Prize (1): Traeger Black Pro 575 Grill – “The Traeger Pro Series is the best-selling pellet grill in the world. The all-new Traeger Pro 575 grill just got better with an enhanced controller that uses WiFIRE® technology. WiFIRE® allows you to monitor and adjust your grill anytime, anywhere from the Traeger app on your smartphone. Plus, with the brand-new D2® drivetrain, the Pro Series wifi pellet grills now start quicker, heat up faster, and put out better smoke quality giving you consistent results infused with wood-fired flavor.”

Traeger Summer Shandy Sauce
Traeger Grill Scraper
1 Jar Spiceologist Spice Mix(Winner’s choice)
1 Jar Booey’s Sauce (Winner’s choice)
2 Standard Bags of Traeger Pellets (Winner’s choice)


TopGolf Swing Suite (8)
8 Winners will win a TopGolf Swing Suite bay rental for up to 6 players for one hour. Good for TopGolf located at 15312 East Sprague inside Flying Squirrel Spokane

Spokane County Golf Passes (5)
5 Winners will win a round of Golf from a local Spokane County Golf Course.

HOW TO ENTER: Enter on our Post found on Facebook and Comment on that post and hit Share. Like or Follow our Sponsor Pages, without them this promotion wouldn’t be possible. You can enter on every Father’s Day post made increasing your overall chance to win. Winners will be drawn randomly so good luck! You can only win 1 prize.

Ready to win? Comment on our Post on Facebook, LIKE the Sponsors listed above, and SHARE (publicly) our Facebook Post to Spread the Word! Good luck and Happy Father’s Day from all of us at Spokane News.


GENERAL RULES & DISCLAIMER: Winning Names are drawn randomly from all post entries. You can only win 1 Prize place during this promotion. ID matching the winners name is required. Winners agree to allow photos/videos to be shared on Spokane News regarding this Promotion. Winners will be verified to have entered this promotion correctly. Rules on how to enter are listed above. Prize is not transferable to anyone else and winners must claim prize by 8pm June 20th 2021 or prize will be forfeited. To claim prize winner must message us on Facebook or via email to Jay@Spokane-News.com Spokane News reserves the right to change or alter the prizes if/as needed.

Special Thanks to these great Sponsors for making this Promotion possible!

WINNERS names will be posted below! All winners must send us a message on our Spokane News Facebook Page to claim their prize.

Winner! Congrats to the following winners, all winners must message Spokane News on Facebook to claim their prize.
Grand Prize: Chris White
Golf Winner 1: Myris Sportsman
Golf Winner 2: Alan Steele
Golf Winner 3: Ryan Parke
Golf Winner 4: Charles Merriam
Golf Winner 5: Crystal Reamer
Golf Winner 6: Mark Bauman
Golf Winner 7: Erika Brewer
Golf Winner 8: Kelsey Paintner
Golf Winner 9: Nicole Reglin
Golf Winner 10: Danielle Mattea
Golf Winner 11: Bridget Emick
Golf Winner 12: Scott Darling
Golf Winner 13: Sherry Grogan

Mother’s Day Promotion 2021

Mother’s Day 2021 Promotion Presented by Our Sponsors

The 2021 Mother’s Day promotion is here! Multiple winners for 2021 so good luck and please thank the Sponsors by giving them a Like or Follow.

Prizes! What can you win?

Grand Prize: Winner checks in at Tru Spokane Valley on May 7th-9th and spends the weekend in luxury! Grand prize includes a gift card for two for a Spa pedicure, future Show Tickets for two, Dinner and Chocolates.

2nd Place Winner checks in at Tru Spokane Valley on Saturday May 8th-9th for a wonderful weekend night! Inside the room find gifts from our Sponsors including future show tickets for two, Dinner and Chocolates.

3rd Place Winner can take Mom painting at Pinot’s Palette (Spokane) with a gift card good for 2!

4th Place Winner wins a $100 Shopping Spree Gift card, take your mom shopping!

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #1
Pamper Mom with a Pedicure date. Enjoy the classic pedicure with a gift card good for two!

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #2
Pamper Mom with a Pedicure date. Enjoy the classic pedicure with a gift card good for two!

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #3
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Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #4
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Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #5
Pamper Mom with a Pedicure date. Enjoy the classic pedicure with a gift card good for two!

HOW TO ENTER: Enter on our Post found on Facebook and Comment on that post and hit Share. Like or Follow our Sponsor Pages, without them this promotion wouldn’t be possible. You can enter on every Mother’s Day post made increasing your overall chance to win. Winners will be drawn randomly so good luck! You can only win 1 prize.

Ready to win? Comment on our Post on Facebook, LIKE the Sponsors listed above, and SHARE (publicly) our Facebook Post to Spread the Word! Good luck and Happy Mother’s Day from all of us at Spokane News.


GENERAL RULES & DISCLAIMER: Winning Names are drawn randomly from all post entries. You can only win 1 Prize place during this promotion. ID matching the winners name is required. Winners agree to allow photos/videos to be shared on Spokane News regarding this Promotion. Winners will be verified to have entered this promotion correctly. Rules on how to enter are listed above. Prize is not transferable to anyone else and winners must claim prize by 3pm May 7th 2021 or prize will be forfeited. To claim prize winner must message us on Facebook or via email to Jay@Spokane-News.com Spokane News reserves the right to change or alter the prizes if/as needed.

Special Thanks to these great Sponsors for making this Promotion possible!

WINNERS are post below! All winners must send us a message on our Spokane News Facebook Page to claim their prize.

Grand Prize: Winner: Breanne Maxwell

2nd Place Winner: Heather Stiner

3rd Place Winner: Katerina Welpton

4th Place Winner: Jaedyn Jones

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #1: Kelsie O’Neil

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #2: Kara Antoine

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner#3: Jolene Rae

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #4: Russell Higgins

Treat Mom to a Pedicure Winner #5: Joseph Womochil

Thanks to all the Sponsors for making this Promotion happen! Father’s Day Promotion starting next. Anyone interested in being a Sponsor please email Jay@Spokane-News.com

Temporary Burn Restrictions in Parts of Eastern Washington

Temporary Burn Restrictions in Parts of Eastern Washington
Restrictions are prompted by uptick in wildfires caused by escaped debris burns amid warming temperatures and increased fire danger

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), in cooperation with partner agencies, is implementing the following burn restrictions on DNR-protected lands in eastern Washington. Most of these fires have been caused by people conducting debris burns and failing to completely extinguish their piles or not monitoring them appropriately with a water source available and ready to douse flames that grow large or escape the burn area.

Effective Friday, April 16, 2021

  • Rule burning (small debris disposal fires) is not allowed in the following Fire Danger Rating Areas:
    • Foothills
    • Upper Basin in Spokane, portions of Lincoln County north of Hwy. 2.

Warming temperatures have dried grasses, and grassy areas are now experiencing numerous wildfires started by outdoor debris burns. In the Northeast region, 100 wildfires have been started in 2021, including 46 since April 1. Of those 100 wildfires, 62 have been caused by people burning debris outdoors and failing to completely extinguish them. These escaped burns have burned over 217 acres this year.

This is expected to be temporary until “green up” begins, which should start after spring rains allow new grasses to grow.

The best way to be certain a burn pile fully extinguished is to dig into the ash and feel the area with the back of your hand to make sure there is no heat left. It is common for rain to create a cap over the ash, with heat remaining inside. Winds can weaken the cap and allow the pile to reignite. Campfires should be doused with water and stirred until all coals are completely extinguished and is cool to the touch.

Burning with a DNR permit and campfires are still allowed. A misdemeanor citation will be issued for people who do not follow the rules and conditions of their burn permits. If proven negligent, the offender will be billed for the fire suppression costs.

Daily updates on burn restrictions and Industrial Fire Precaution Levels are available at 1-800-323-BURN or on the Fire Danger and Outdoor Burning risk map at https://fortress.wa.gov/dnr/protection/firedanger/ and Industrial Fire Precaution Levels map https://fortress.wa.gov/dnr/protection/ifpl/

MEDIA CONTACTS
Janet Pearce
Communications Manager
DNR

Church Fire Arson and Burglary Suspect

SPD needs your help in identifying a suspect in a fire at a church last week

Spokane Police are releasing pictures and video of a man suspected of burglary and arson in a fire at St. Charles Church on Alberta in North Spokane just after 1:30am on March 18, 2021. After the fire was lit, the suspect walked around neighborhoods in the area tearing up and burning a bible. Pieces of the bible were left on and in numerous vehicles including some in the area of 2300 W Rockwell and 2600 W Lacrosse.

SPD is asking residents of the area to check their surveillance cameras between 1:00am and 2:00am on the morning of March 18th.  Also, if people found items on/in their vehicles – particularly bible pages or related items – SPD requests you contact us to pick up the items. Please direct all information through Crime Check at 456-2233 and reference report #2021-20042583.

The suspect was wearing a unique gray and purple respirator as he walked around. The fire heavily damaged the administrative offices of the church and church school and forced closure of the school and of church services last weekend. Fortunately, no one was injured in the blaze. A priest who was sleeping in his living quarters in the building was awakened and got out safety thanks to an SPD officer who first noticed the fire when he pulled into the parking lot of St. Charles, called fire crews, and banged on windows and doors to rouse anyone who might be in the building.

Julie Humphreys

Public Safety Communication Manager|Spokane Police & Fire

Eight Time Convicted Felon has Armed Standoff Downtown

SPD uses less-lethal tools to take violent suspect into custody downtown

On 03-23-21 just before 6:30PM, SPD responded to the area of Riverside and Main regarding a possible stabbing. A distressed 911 caller stated that a male was armed with a knife, had tried to stab them, and was currently “coming at” them.

The investigation revealed that the suspect approached two strangers after over-hearing their conversation. The suspect inserted himself into the discourse, for unknown reasons quickly became incensed, and then began threatening the victims with a knife. The victims were not injured.

SPD officers quickly converged on the area and were able to locate the suspect on Howard St between Main Ave and Riverside Ave. The suspect was still armed with a knife and refused multiple directives to relinquish it.

SPD was faced with a perilous situation; moments ago the suspect had attacked a random stranger without provocation. The suspect was still armed and in the potentially congested downtown corridor. Ensuring the safety of the innocent public was responding Officers’ primary concern. Officers also wanted to maximize the chance for a peaceful resolution. With those two goals in mind, multiple SPD resources were utilized to contain the area and bring in specialty personnel and equipment. On-duty SWAT resources as well as a Hostage Negotiation Team member responded to try and negotiate a peaceful resolution.

Officers and the negotiator attempted to convince the suspect to drop the knife and surrender for approximately a half-hour. The suspect continued to act erratically and refused to put the knife down. The suspect then turned and began walking away from police. Given the extreme risk the suspect posed to the public it was determined the suspect must be promptly apprehended.  Multiple less-lethal tools, including an SPD K-9, were utilized to apprehend the person.

This situation was difficult for officers to mitigate due to the uncooperative, armed suspect and the populated setting. While Officers would of preferred the person had complied and therefore force would not have been needed, the availability of less-lethal tools and advanced training meant a potentially lethal encounter was resolved with minimal injury.

The suspect was identified as 31-year-old Jonathan Casto. In addition to this incident, Casto was wanted on a Department of Corrections warrant stemming from a different felony assault situation. Casto will be booked on his warrant and the new charge of Assault 2nd Degree (additional charges are possible). Casto is an eight-time convicted felon including two previous convictions for felonious assault and two for criminal mischief with a deadly weapon. Casto told officers that he had recently used methamphetamine.  

Corporal Nick Briggs| Patrol Team 13/SWAT/Master Defensive Tactics Instructor/PIO/Criminal Law instructor/Firearms Instructor |

Spokane Police Department

14-Time Convicted Felon Charged for Sprague and Pines Shooting

UPDATE: Shooting at Pines and Sprague

14-Time Convicted Felon Charged

Later in the afternoon, Major Crimes Detectives charged the suspect, 32-year-old Robert T. Hensley, a 14-time convicted felon, including the violent offense of Robbery 1st Degree, with Assault 1st Degree and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1st Degree.  He was booked into the Spokane County Jail, where he currently remains.   

The female who was detained during the traffic stop was not charged, and she was later released. 

The victim remains hospitalized and, at last check, listed in serious condition.  This is the second time he has been the victim of a shooting.  During this investigation and during the previous one, December 8, 2020, at a residence in the 2200 block of N. Indian Bluff Rd., he has not been cooperative with investigators.  

Major Crime Detectives have obtained a search warrant for the vehicle.  What appears to be a small-caliber rifle with a shortened stock and barrel was observed on the passenger’s side floorboard of the car.  

This, and the December 2020 incident, remain active investigations.  It is not known if these two incidents are related in any other way other than the victim.  At this time, no one has been arrested in association with the December 8, 2020, shooting. 

Anyone with information regarding either of these incidents is urged to call Crime Check, reference #2021-10034362 (Pines/Sprague) or 2020-10161014 (Indian Bluff).

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Press Release sent March 21, 2021:

Major Crimes Detectives Investigating Shooting at Pines and Sprague

Spokane Valley Deputies and Major Crimes Detectives are at the scene of a shooting in Spokane Valley.  The victim, who suffered life-threatening injuries, was not cooperative.  He was transported to the hospital for additional treatment. 

The suspect vehicle fled the scene prior to the arrival of Deputies.  The vehicle description was quickly obtained from witnesses, and broadcast, via radio to all local law enforcement agencies. 

Soon after, a car matching the description of the suspect vehicle was stopped by Spokane Police Department Officers.  An adult female and an adult male have been detained for questioning regarding this incident. 

On March 21, 2021, at approximately 2:40 pm., reports of a shooting at Pines and Sprague were received.  Callers stated an adult male was shot and bleeding from the chest in the parking lot of Walgreens and the suspect(s) fled the scene in an older white sedan, possibly a Toyota.

Deputies arrived within a couple of minutes and immediately began to provide life-saving aid.  They also gained witness descriptions of the fleeing suspect vehicle and broadcast via radio to all local law enforcement agencies.  

A short time later, an alert Spokane Police Officer noticed a car matching the description and stopped the vehicle near 5th and Thor.  An adult male and an adult female inside the vehicle were detained and transported to the Public Safety Building to be interviewed by Spokane Valley Detectives. 

The vehicle has been seized pending a search warrant. 

Initial information indicates a female and male arrived at Walgreens in an older sedan and made contact with the victim.  The victim approached the car, and a discussion appeared to escalate.  The victim appeared to reach into the vehicle, and a struggle seemed to ensue.  The vehicle began to back up, with the victim hanging out of the window.  When it stopped, the victim fell to the ground suffering from a gunshot wound(s) as the suspect vehicle fled the scene.

The victim, who was conscious, was provided medical attention by arriving Deputies until Spokane Valley Fire and AMR personnel arrived.  The victim declined to answer questions posed by Deputies.

Major Crimes Detectives continue to investigate this incident. 

Anyone who witnessed this incident or can provide information regarding what occurred and has not already been contacted by law enforcement is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233, reference #10034361.

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Corporal Mark Gregory

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office

Spokane Valley Police Department
Public Information Officer

No Criminal Charges in December 2020 Officer Shooting

No Criminal Charges in December 2020 Officer Shooting  

SPOKANE COUNTY, March 23, 2021 – The Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office has determined that Spokane County Detention Services Corrections Officer Sgt. Justin White was justified in his use of lethal force against Nancy J. King. While attempting to communicate with King, she pulled a knife on White and followed him into the jail lobby. As White attempted to back away from her, King ignored White’s commands to drop the weapon.  

At approximately 4:59pm on the afternoon of December 4, 2020, Spokane Police were dispatched to the Ramada Inn at 923 E. 3rd Ave., Spokane, on a report of a bomb threat against the Frontier Behavioral Health building at 505 E. North Foothills Dr. While Spokane Police were investigating the call, a second bomb threat was called in at 6:59pm against the Emergency Room at Deaconess Hospital in Spokane.  Both calls were determined to have originated at the Ramada Inn, Room #101.  The only registered guest in that room was Nancy J. King. In at least one of the calls, King identified herself as the caller.  However, King would not open the door to investigating officers.  King was seen departing the Inn by a Ramada employee at approximately 7:15pm on the same evening.  Believing there was a possible mental health issue, Spokane Police had earlier requested a Designated Crisis Responder but the request was denied.

          As investigators reviewed their options, at approximately 7:44pm on December 4, 2020, an individual later identified as Nancy King, entered the outer doors of the foyer at the Spokane County Detention Facility and demanded entry into the inside lobby, which was locked to due COVID restrictions.  Despite being told that the lobby was closed, King repeatedly demanded to be let inside and began to ring the buzzer.  A Detention Facility cashier employee requested assistance from a Sergeant.  Corrections Sgt. Justin White responded to speak with King.

          As White neared the locked inner doors, he signaled to the cashier to unlock the door to facilitate a conversation between White and King.  After a few seconds, King quickly produced a knife from her coat pocket and immediately raised it to within inches of White’s face.  White, who had been propping the automatic door open with his foot, immediately stepped backwards into the lobby to gain separation from King and the knife.  King followed White inside the lobby and continued to advance towards him.  White pulled his service weapon and demanded that King drop the knife as he continued to back away from King.  King continuously held the knife high, directly at White, as she advanced.

          White first backed up to the north and then, due to obstructions from furniture behind him, turned and backed towards the east away from King.  King continued to close towards White with the knife drawn and pointed at him.  White continued to order King to drop the knife.  Just prior to falling over backwards on a bench chair that was behind him, White fired his service weapon at King who was only several feet from him, with the knife pointed directly at him at the time he fired. 

          Subsequent investigation showed King was armed with a large knife that was recovered at the scene.  Video collected from the jail, along with an eyewitness account of the incident, clearly showed that Nancy King was armed and continued to threaten Sgt. White throughout the incident until shots were fired. King was declared deceased at the scene.  The autopsy determined that King died of gunshot wounds. Toxicology tests determined that King’s blood ethanol level was .12 and she also tested at .15 mg/L for Citalopram.

Under these facts and circumstances, Sgt. White was justified in his use of deadly force. At the time of the application of deadly force, Sgt. White had an objective good faith belief in the correctness of his actions and that he was acting pursuant to RCW 9A.16.040.  Therefore, no criminal charges will be filed against Sgt. White in this matter.

Jared Webley

Public Policy and Communications Manager

Spokane County, Washington | www.spokanecounty.org

East Sprague and North Pines Shooting Update

Major Crimes Detectives Investigating Shooting at Pines and Sprague

Spokane Valley Deputies and Major Crimes Detectives are at the scene of a shooting in Spokane Valley.  The victim, who suffered life-threatening injuries, was not cooperative.  He was transported to the hospital for additional treatment. 

The suspect vehicle fled the scene prior to the arrival of Deputies.  The vehicle description was quickly obtained from witnesses, and broadcast, via radio to all local law enforcement agencies. 

Soon after, a car matching the description of the suspect vehicle was stopped by Spokane Police Department Officers.  An adult female and an adult male have been detained for questioning regarding this incident. 

On March 21, 2021, at approximately 2:40 pm., reports of a shooting at Pines and Sprague were received.  Callers stated an adult male was shot and bleeding from the chest in the parking lot of Walgreens and the suspect(s) fled the scene in an older white sedan, possibly a Toyota.

Deputies arrived within a couple of minutes and immediately began to provide life-saving aid.  They also gained witness descriptions of the fleeing suspect vehicle and broadcast via radio to all local law enforcement agencies.  

A short time later, an alert Spokane Police Officer noticed a car matching the description and stopped the vehicle near 5th and Thor.  An adult male and an adult female inside the vehicle were detained and transported to the Public Safety Building to be interviewed by Spokane Valley Detectives. 

The vehicle has been seized pending a search warrant. 

Initial information indicates a female and male arrived at Walgreens in an older sedan and made contact with the victim.  The victim approached the car, and a discussion appeared to escalate.  The victim appeared to reach into the vehicle, and a struggle seemed to ensue.  The vehicle began to back up, with the victim hanging out of the window.  When it stopped, the victim fell to the ground suffering from a gunshot wound(s) as the suspect vehicle fled the scene.

The victim, who was conscious, was provided medical attention by arriving Deputies until Spokane Valley Fire and AMR personnel arrived.  The victim declined to answer questions posed by Deputies.

Major Crimes Detectives continue to investigate this incident. 

Anyone who witnessed this incident or can provide information regarding what occurred and has not already been contacted by law enforcement is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233, reference #10034361.

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Corporal Mark Gregory

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office

Spokane Valley Police Department
Public Information Officer

Sexual Assault Detectives Seek Charges Following Child Porn Investigation

Sexual Assault Detectives Seek Charges Following Child Porn Investigation

Investigators Request Additional Information from the Public

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Sexual Assault Unit (SAU) Detective requested multiple felony charges due to the possession of child pornography investigation.  The Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office is moving forward with the case. 

On March 1, 2021, Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call for service involving a residence in the 10900 block of N. Newport Highway.  In that call, the suspect, 67-year-old Gerald R. Fox, was arrested for Malicious Mischief 2nd Degree, a felony. 

Deputy Totman asked Fox if he wanted his residence locked and secured before going to jail after his arrest.  Fox said yes and gave Deputy Totman permission to enter the residence and retrieve Fox’s set of keys on the table.   

While Deputy Totman did as requested, he noticed a printed image of what appeared to be Child Sex Abuse Material (CSAM) in plain view on the table.  After observing the CSAM, realizing the image was potential evidence of a new, unrelated criminal offense, Deputy Totman immediately exited and closed the door.  He contacted SAU Detectives who responded to the residence and began an investigation.

SAU Detectives obtained a search warrant for the residence and interviewed Fox after advising him of his rights.  Fox was later transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail for Malicious Mischief 2nd Degree while this new investigation continued. 

Through the investigation, Detective Humphrey, assisted by Detective Keys, developed probable cause to request that the Prosecutor’s Office charge Fox with several felonies relating to Possession of Depictions of a Minor Engaged in Sexually Explicit Conduct. 

The Prosecutor’s Office is moving forward with charges while SAU Detectives continue this active investigation.        

Detective Humphrey believes this activity occurred over several years while Fox resided in the Spokane County area with information gained during the investigation.  This leads investigators to believe other people in our community may have information regarding Fox’s activities or additional information that could be useful as this investigation continues. 

Investigators encourage anyone who may have information regarding these allegations or Fox’s activities to contact Detective Brad Humphrey at 509-477-3028, reference incident #10025150. 

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Corporal Mark Gregory

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office

Spokane Valley Police Department
Public Information Officer

Commercial Structure Fire 3000 East Broad

Spokane Fire Department Media Release: At approximately 3:00 pm on Thursday March 18th, units from the Spokane Fire Department (SFD) were dispatched to 3000 block of E Broad St for an apartment fire. 911 received reports of heavy black smoke coming from the back door of the apartment building.

Firefighters arrived in four minutes to find smoke and fire coming from a 1st floor window of the apartment building and threatening to extend to the house next door. Crews quickly attacked that fire from the exterior saving the neighboring house.  Fire had extended into the upper floor apartments by this time.

SFD crews completed a quick survey of the rest of the building and found heavy fire coming from the upper floor of the rear of the structure setting fire to adjacent parked vehicles. Firefighters suppressed the bulk of fire on the back side of the building while other crews made entry and attacked the interior fires on the lower and upper floors while simultaneously searching the apartment for victims. All occupants had safely exited the building before firefighters arrived.

Fire was quickly extinguished, preventing extension of the fire to any other structures. The apartments sustained significant smoke, fire, and water damage throughout the first and second floors.

The fire displaced six adults and one teen. Red Cross was contacted and are making arrangements for their housing and support.
The cause of the fire was determined to be accidental by the Spokane Fire Department Special Investigations Unit.

A reminder to our community; Plan and practice your home fire escape plan. There should be two ways out of any room used for sleeping.  Children, older adults and people living with access or functional needs many require additional help to wake up and get out. Have an agreed upon meeting place outside, a safe distance from your home where firefighters can easily find you. 

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