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Whatcom County Public Works reported their trucks/sanders are out clearing and treating roadways.
A driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital.
Crashes ranged from a rollover near Grandview and a mutlti-vehicle pileup in Bellingham.
She reportedly does not know her way around Bellingham, has no phone nor car.
The suspect was identified, located and arrested within 12 hours of the robbery.
An overnight windstorm is expected to bring gusts of up to 50mph.
The company moved its manufacturing operation to Ferndale in 1990.
The suspect demanded money and fled the building on foot after obtaining an undetermined amount of cash.
At one point, the suspect drove into a yard and circled a house as if attempting to make a U-turn.
The subjects made repeated attempts to ram the ATM with the Jeep.
2 people were transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
Waves of precipitation were visible on weather radar as they headed northeast toward Whatcom County this morning.
A man was fleeing a discontinued traffic stop at the time of the crash.
The ATV left the roadway and struck multiple mailboxes.
Troopers responded to 6 separate crashes involving a total of 19 vehicles.
When a westerly storm is added to a King Tide the tides can be pushed nearly 2 feet higher from the storm surge. With strong winds, waves can grow another 3 to 4 feet.
The programs are intended to help people in an immediate crisis situation when the most appropriate response to a 911 call is social services expertise rather than law enforcement.
This is the largest penalty settlement collected by NWCAA since the agency formed in 1967.