• Three-alarm fire tears through two Bellingham businesses

    By: KIRO 7 News Staff


    BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Crews remained at the scene Thursday morning after a three-alarm fire tore through two businesses in Bellingham Wednesday night.

    Police said fire crews were called to Clark Feed and Seed at 1326 Railroad Ave. around 7:30 p.m.

    That fire spread next door to Avalon Records, making it a 3-alarm call, officials said. 

    East Magnolia between Railroad and North State Street was closed so crews could battle the flames.

    Clark's Feed and Seed shares a wall with Hohl's Feed and Seed. Hohl's burned down in February.

    Police say a transient named Jonathan Wolfe admitted to setting the February fire at that business to stay warm.

    Wolfe pleaded guilty to reckless burning and got credit for time served. He was released from jail in March.

    The video of the fire below was taken from viewer Hashna Fennec.

    Video posted by Avalon Records on Facebook shows the damage inside the store: 


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