BURIEN, Wash. — State Route 509 fully reopened Tuesday after a major fire at a home in Burien closed several lanes for several hours.
King County Fire District No. 2 (KCFD) said in a tweet The fire was near 104th and 8th Ave South. A huge cloud of smoke could be seen from the house, there were no injuries.
According to officials, SR 509 was fully reopened about two hours after the fire was first reported.
Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) tweeted just after 10 p.m that a lane of northbound SR 509 near South Cloverdale Street in South Seattle had been reopened because of the nearby fire.
WSDOT said rescue workers were at the scene.
What caused the fire is still unclear at this point in time.
UPDATE: ⛔️ALL northbound SR 509 lanes are closed near South Cloverdale Street to the south #Seattle off-road due to a nearby residential building fire. ⛔️ Emergency services on site. Please are currently researching alternative routes. pic.twitter.com/RldA2cIpAB
— WSDOT Traffic (@wsdot_traffic) July 12, 2022
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https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/burien-house-fire-south-seattle-highway-closures/281-2695568b-7b99-48f6-a454-eaf9acce4e14 SR 509 re-opens after large Burien house fire