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Falling tree narrowly misses family of 4 in Snohomish County--A couple in Snohomish County watched Wednesday as a massive tree that fell and essentially split their home in half during a weekend storm was finally removed ‘Right when a big gust hit… it was like a war was going on up there,’ Homeowner Marlon Waske said. ‘And that’s when my wife and I grabbed the kids and said ‘It’s time to go downstairs.”KOMO
Dozens of dogs, cats and chinchillas seized from home in University District–Police and animal control officers rescued more than 40 animals from squalid conditions in the University District on this morning.
E. coli cases tied to food truck jump to 9–Three more people have been sickened with E. coli infections tied to a food truck. . . bringing the total to nine.
With school starting in Seattle next Wednesday, teachers are considering a strike because they don’t have a contract yet. That’s leaving parents in limbo for now. The district is optimistic that they will reach an agreement and school will start on time.