Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing
The back end of a car parked across from where the fire raged partially melted from the heat of the flames. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.
Building N of the apartment complex was the only building destroyed in the fire. Sherry Miller, Cascadia Fairwood Landing’s Community Assistant Director, said that everybody is working together to get the effected residents temporary housing. “We are remodeling any vacant units so they’re empty shells and we can’t move them over,” she said. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.
Displaced residents of the N building have limited time to collect their possessions from their apartments before the building is sealed off. Red Cross workers help Jennifer Daniels search for her cellphone among her family’s belongings. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.
Part of the roof is completely gone in the aftermath of the fire. “My apartment is the bottom, on the left. I wasn’t home but my husband grabbed our three kids and tried to leave under the arch but it was on fire so they had to go out the opposite side,” said Jennifer Daniels of the fire. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.
According to Sergeant M. Corbett Ford, the cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the King County Sherriff’s Office. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.
Nearly 24 hours after the fire, several cars, a carport, bushes, and a building reveal severe damage. Firefighters responded to the fire around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday July 20 and had to return the following morning to put out a rekindled fire. Photo by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing.