An accident in Seattle ended tragically this week when a bicyclist and semi truck collided on Wednesday. The man riding the bike was killed, despite CPR performances by bystanders and medics when they arrived. The incident occurred south of downtown, near a bike route that is very popular with bicyclist commuters. Investigations are still in […]
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Four. That’s how many DUI convictions 48-year-old James R. Door had in the past ten years. And just this Tuesday he was arrested for driving under the influence yet again, marking his fifth drunk driving charge and his 11th felony conviction. Prosecutors are calling Door “a poster child for felony DUI law.” This last arrest […]
Drunk and reckless driving seems to have claimed yet another life. A young woman is dead after the vehicle she was riding in drove into two barriers on I-5 southbound in Seattle late last night. After the impact, the victim was thrown from the car and died. Investigations by troopers have concluded that she was […]
101 miles per hour. That’s how fast Petr Zimin of Portland was driving when he was chased down Interstate 205 in Oregon two nights ago. In addition to driving well over the speed limit, Zimin was snaking in and out of traffic, causing dangerous conditions for fellow drivers all over the road. He was finally […]
Heather Barnett is lucky to be alive. As a bicyclist, she knows and understands the dangers of riding, but last year she nearly died on the road. She was biking to the University of Washington when a driver ignored a stop sign and drove into the young woman. The outcome was not good, but could […]
Nicholas Portis was nearly at the end of his first journey in life and nearly at the beginning of another when he died earlier this month. He was going to graduate from high school this year and deploy to the Marines at the end of summer. Now he won’t be able to do either of […]
A woman in San Jose, California is in stable condition after a car crashed into her home earlier this week, sending her to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Her daughter was also in the home with her, and was rescued by nearby neighbors. How does a car end up in a house? Reckless driving. Two […]
Come next week we could see what the state’s new transportation budget is all about. Lawmakers have reportedly settled on a deal regarding the $8.8 billion transportation budget. Voting will hopefully take place over the weekend. Projects that will be covered by the budget include $82 million worth of planning money for I-5 over the […]
A 91-year-old woman was killed in Pennsylvania this morning when the small bus she was riding in was stuck by a freight train. According to the train’s engineer, the bus had been stopped in the crossing with what appeared to be no intention of moving. The train had no way to avoid hitting it, and […]
Alcohoot. It’s a cool name, and an even cooler concept. So what is it? Alcohoot is ‘the world’s first enforcement-grade smartphone breathalyzer.” Basically, you take the Alcohoot and plug it right into your smartphone. Not only is it’s design functional, it’s pretty nice-looking too. But the main thing is, it was made to help you […]