3 high school students killed in fatal Lynnwood crash; fourth teen injured | KOMO

LYNNWOOD, Wash. – Three high school students were killed and a fourth was injured after an SUV slammed into a parked semi trailer in Lynnwood early Wednesday morning. The three people who were killed were students at Jackson High School in Mill Creek. The survivor is a student at Cascade High School, the Everett School District says.

Source: 3 high school students killed in fatal Lynnwood crash; fourth teen injured | KOMO

Woman survives motorcycle crash, then disappears in Cascade Mountains | KOMO News

CHINOOK PASS, Wash. – Search and rescue teams are combing the mountains east of Chinook Pass for a woman who hasn’t been seen since she and a companion survived a motorcycle crash there several days ago. Kittitas County Undersheriff Clayton Myers says the woman, identified as Kaylean Johnson, 20, of Union Gap, was riding on a 1974 Harley Davidson motorcycle with 61-year-old Patrick Frawley of Yakima on June 23 when they were involved in a crash on a back road north of Highway 410 and plunged over an embankment.

Source: Woman survives motorcycle crash, then disappears in Cascade Mountains

Coast Guard suspends search for fishing vessel near St. George, Alaska | Coast Guard News

JUNEAU, Alaska – The Coast Guard has suspended the search for the crew of the fishing vessel Destination northwest of St. George, Alaska. Watchstanders from Coast Guard 17th District received an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon alert from F/V Destination early Saturday morning and deployed the Kodiak aircrews to commence the search.

The aircrews located a debris field in the general area of the EPIRB alert. Debris included the transmitting EPIRB, a life ring from the vessel, buoys, tarps and an oil sheen.

Source: Coast Guard suspends search for fishing vessel near St. George, Alaska

Built in 1925, iconic and unstable gateway into Fairhaven Park to be torn down | Bellingham Herald

The City of Bellingham plans to dismantle the worn, iconic pillars that have welcomed visitors to Fairhaven Park since 1925 because they are unstable and unsafe. A new, replicate entry could go up, provided people donate about $250,000 to the project.

Source: Built in 1925, iconic and unstable gateway into Fairhaven Park to be torn down

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