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  • DUI Crash into Beacon Hill Tree Leaves Woman Critically Injured
    DUI Crash into Beacon Hill Tree Leaves Woman Critically Injured

    According to the Seattle PI, a woman suffered life-threatening injuries after a man crashed into a tree on Beacon Hill. The driver of the car, believed to be drunk at the time, was arrested for ...

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  • Tacoma Man Killed in Rollover Crash in Mason County
    Tacoma Man Killed in Rollover Crash in Mason County

    According to The News Tribune, a 20-year-old Tacoma man died Wednesday after he rolled his car in Mason County and it became submerged in Lake Cushman. His passenger, a 19-year-old Lacey man, was able ...

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  • Seattle to Increase DUI Patrols Over Memorial Day Weekend
    Seattle to Increase DUI Patrols Over Memorial Day Weekend

    Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn announced that the Seattle Police Department will increase DUI enforcement patrols over this Memorial Day weekend, in conjunction with the Target Zero DUI emphasis patrols by ...

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  • Atlanta DUI Hit-and-Run Convict to Serve 15-year Sentence
    Atlanta DUI Hit-and-Run Convict to Serve 15-year Sentence

    According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a man who was driving drunk when he killed a child in a 2013 hit-and-run wreck will serve 15 years in prison. Gatha Dyer, 44, was convicted last week of ...

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  • 5-Car Crash on I-5 North of Seattle Injures 4
    5-Car Crash on I-5 North of Seattle Injures 4

    According to the Seattle PI, four people including a 2-year-old girl were injured in a multi-vehicle crash late Sunday on I-5 near Alderwood. Alcohol and drugs were believed to be a factor in the ...

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  • How High is Too High to Drive?
    How High is Too High to Drive?

    When Washington state legalized marijuana, the state assured the public that the roads would be safe. But they didn’t realize that they would be facing a perplexing question: How stoned is too stoned ...

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