Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue
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Crews dispatched to a structure fire in Kelso. (Photo) - 07/03/24

Just after 3pm, crews from Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue were dispatched for a structure fire on Parker Place in Kelso, WA. Crews arrived to find a two-story house with fire in the garage and exposing out the front windows. Crews quickly extinguished the fire while other staff searched the structure and removed multiple cats. 

Cowlitz 2 responded with 3 fire engines, 1 water tender, 1 ALS ambulance and 2 chief officers. Assistance was provided by Cowlitz County Fire District 6 with a water tender and from the Cowlitz County Sherrif Office animal services officers. Nobody was injured and the cause is under investigation.

Crews respond to a brush fire near Longview, WA - 06/26/24

Longview, WA – Firefighters from Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue and The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) responded to a brush fire in the 500 block of Oak Point Rd just before 6:30 Wednesday evening.  Reports of a burning slash pile (logging debris) that ignited surrounding grass and brush; the fire moved slowly uphill from the pile.  The initial size of the fire was estimated to be 1/3-1/2 acre in size.  Crews had the fire under control at 7:20pm.  The DNR remained on scene for several hours lining and monitoring the fire.  Three brush engines, two water tenders, a Chief officer, and two brush engines and one supervisor from DNR responded to the fire.  Cowlitz County Sheriff Deputies also responded for traffic control.  No injuries were reported.