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5 injured in chain reaction freeway crash in South Seattle

The Washington State patrol believes drunk driving may have been a factor in a chain reaction crash that involved three cars and a semi-truck in South Seattle Monday. Five people were injured in the crash that took place just after 11 p.m. on Interstate 5.

Federal Way woman could face 7 to 9 years for fatal DUI

A 31-year-old, Federal Way, Washington, woman has been charged in relation to a fatal car accident that killed a 48-year-old woman last week. The 31-year-old reportedly did not have her headlights on, and her 4-year old son was in the car, when she crossed into oncoming traffic on Pacific Highway South just before midnight.

Employers who mix cellphones with driving are sued

When someone is injured in a car accident in the Seattle area, a personal injury attorney will often investigate the accident to see whether negligence was a factor. When negligence contributes to an accident, compensation for medical treatment, funeral expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering may be obtained.

Multiple bus companies deemed dangerous, shut down by feds

Seattle residents may have heard that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration shut down more than 27 commercial bus operations on the East Coast this week--in the largest federal shutdown on the industry. The federal agency shut the curbside bus companies down for safety violations, alleging that they posed hazards to public safety.

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