The Seattle Fire Department reported at 6:34 p.m. on Saturday that a body had been pulled from the ocean near the Alaskan Way pier. The body discovered at Seattle’s Pier 66 has been positively identified as that of a man named Adrian.
What Happened when Seattle’s Fire Department discovered a de@d body?
Just before 6:30 o’clock, the Fire Department was called to the 2000 block of Alaskan Way for a water rescue. The dea†h was reported by the department at around 7 o’clock that evening. Four people were reported to be on rocks below the pier, and the SFD said they will be rescued by the fireboat.
Firefighters are at the 2200 block of Alaskan Way with one person in the water.
— Seattle Fire Dept. (@SeattleFire) March 26, 2023
The fireboat reportedly helped four persons who were stuck on rocks near the pier, as reported on the department’s Twitter account. There is currently a lack of information. If more information becomes available, we will update this article.
The Discovery Date of the Dead body at Seattle’s Pier 66
The Seattle Fire Department said Saturday night that they had found a body in Elliott Bay close to Pier 66. The body at Pier 66 has been identified as that of Adrian Antonio Norfleet, according to recent sources. The body of Adrian Antonio Norfleet was discovered on March 17 in the 16000 block of Camp 12 Road, which is located about 0.7 miles south of Plain’s downtown area.
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The body was discovered on Pier 66 of the Seattle Waterfront
Norfleet’s dea†h is being treated as a homicide investigation, but the sheriff’s office is confident that the public is safe because this was a unique event. Norfleet’s body was discovered in the open in the 16000 block of Camp 12 Road in Plain, as was previously reported. The sheriff’s office is looking for help from the public.
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