Local Newswashington

  • School Bus Crash Hurts Driver

    News
    Posted: January 23rd, 2003

    MARYSVILLE -- A school bus driver was seriously injured and some students on the bus were so shaken up they had to return home when the bus collided with the back of a tractor-trailer Tuesday morning.


  • Computers Give Firefighters The Edge

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    Everett Herald
    Posted: January 20th, 2003

    "When seconds count, when you have brain damage that's occurring, getting to someone within 30 seconds of pulling up at a complex instead of within one minute and 30 seconds can mean the difference between life and death,


  • Our Views: Put Paramedics At Fire Station

    News
    The Olympian
    Posted: January 17th, 2003

    The south county medic unit should move back into the Yelm Fire Station. It never should have left in the first place.


  • Granite Falls Reinforces Its Fire Station

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    The Daily Herald
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    The early 20th-century brick fire station in Granite Falls was shaken so hard by the 6.8 Nisqually earthquake on Feb. 28, 2001, that it almost lost an entire section of wall.


  • Puyallup Woman Dies in Fire

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    Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    PUYALLUP -- A woman died after being pulled from her burning house on South Hill, and investigators believe the flames were ignited at an electrical outlet


  • Testimony in Frankel Aide's Trial Begins

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    Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    The scheme came to light when firefighters went to Frankel's estate and found a blazing file cabinet and two fireplaces stuffed with burning documents.


  • Testimony in Frankel Aide's Trial Begins

    News
    Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    The scheme came to light when firefighters went to Frankel's estate and found a blazing file cabinet and two fireplaces stuffed with burning documents.


  • Bellevue, County Ready For Terrorism Drill

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    King County Journal Newspapers
    Posted: January 13th, 2003

    Top city officials and the Fire Department will participate in a U.S. government exercise simulating a terrorist attack on the Seattle area. King County is one of two areas in the country that will take part in the disaster preparedness drill in May.