North Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters had contained a stump pile fire near Hansville around noon, but reported that the fire was “stubborn,” so firefighters would likely be on scene throughout the day.
                                NKF&R/Courtesy

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters had contained a stump pile fire near Hansville around noon, but reported that the fire was “stubborn,” so firefighters would likely be on scene throughout the day. NKF&R/Courtesy

Busy day for Poulsbo, North Kitsap firefighters

House fire in Lemolo, stump pile fire near Hansville

POULSBO – Firefighters from multiple agencies fought two fires in North Kitsap Jan. 14 – one a house fire on Lemolo Shore Drive, the other a stump pile fire near the Hansville transfer station.

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters had contained the stump pile fire around noon, but reported that the fire was “stubborn,” so firefighters would likely be on scene throughout the day.

Just after 2 p.m., firefighters from Poulsbo Fire, North Kitsap Fire, and Bainbridge Island Fire went to the scene of a house fire on Lemolo Shore Drive. The home suffered moderate smoke damage; fire damage was limited to an exterior wall, deck and roof structure, the department reported.

No injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation by Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s office.

Just after 2 p.m., firefighters from Poulsbo Fire, North Kitsap Fire, and Bainbridge Island Fire went to the scene of a house fire on Lemolo Shore Drive.
                                Poulsbo Fire/Courtesy

Just after 2 p.m., firefighters from Poulsbo Fire, North Kitsap Fire, and Bainbridge Island Fire went to the scene of a house fire on Lemolo Shore Drive. Poulsbo Fire/Courtesy

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