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Civilian Fire Fatality Statistics

In the table below is a list of Alaska's fire fatality statistics for 2022.

You may download an Excel document listing fire fatality statistics from 2017 - 2021. 

Date of Death Community Heat Source Cause Smoke Alarm *Alcohol and/or Drugs*
01/07/2022 Kenai Vehicle Fire N/A Yes
02/01/2022 Nome Undetermined After Investigation Undetermined After Investigation Yes
03/12/2022 Valdez Careless Smoking Installed/Unknown if Operated Yes
03/21/2022 Wainwright Undetermined After Investigation Not Installed Yes
03/29/2022 Selawik Undetermined After Investigation Not Installed Under Investigation
03/29/2022 Selawik Undetermined After Investigation Not Installed Under Investigation
03/29/2022 Selawik Undetermined After Investigation Not Installed Under Investigation
03/29/2022 Selawik Undetermined After Investigation Not Installed Under Investigation
05/30/2022 Anchorage Under Investigation Under Investigation Under Investigation
07/02/2022 Utqiagvik Careless Smoking Not Installed Yes
08/12/2022 Bethel Incendiary Operated No
08/12/2022 Bethel Incendiary Operated No
08/12/2022 Bethel Incendiary Operated No
08/21/2022 Anchorage Vehicle Collision N/A No
08/21/2022 Anchorage Vehicle Collision N/A No
09/26/2022 Butte Combustibles too Close to Heat Source N/A Yes
10/06/2022 Anchorage Under Investigation Under Investigation Under Investigation
10/24/2022 Oscarville Under Investigation Operated No
11/08/2022 North Pole Combustibles too Close to Heat Source Not Installed Under Investigation

*NOTE*: Alcohol and/or Drugs is answered yes if it was a contributing factor to the fire and/or victims inability to escape.

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