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Oregon woman killed, two others injured in wrong-way driver, head-on crash on I-5 near Arlington, WA

July 02, 2018

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(MARYSVILLE, WA.) – The first word came at 4:35 pm Sunday from Washington State Patrol Trooper H. Axtman of a brutal five-vehicle pileup: “South bound I-5 at mile post 208, we have a multi-vehicle collision blocking all lanes. Cause was a wrong way driver who got on I-5 at 116th St in Marysville. There is 1 confirmed fatality...”


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Astronomers now know that strange interstellar ‘visitor’ to our solar system
Is not an alien spacecraft


July 02, 2018

(NATIONAL) – They now figure this object - an odd cigar-shaped something from deep space that went zooming past our sun last October when sky watchers first saw it - is not some alien spacecraft.

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Yet another fatal motorcycle accident in Washington state
This time it’s in Cowlitz County


July 02, 2018

Chronicle staff

(KALAMA, WA.) – It has been a terrible time for motorcycle injuries and deaths in our state the past few weeks.


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Seattle Police car goes out of control, crashes through fence in SODO neighborhood

July 02, 2018

(SEATTLE, WA.) – Seattle Police say an officer was injured in his patrol car after it crashed while he was speeding to a “shots fired” call.

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Fireworks being “legal” does not mean
they’re safe
Study finds “legal” shells & mortars cause most fireworks injuries


July 01, 2018

(SEATTLE, WA.) -- New research conducted at UW Medicine’s Harborview Medical Center suggests that if you want to keep all your fingers on both hands - or your eyes in tact and able to see the world - certain legal fireworks might best be left on store shelves.

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