Accident closes southbound lanes on Aurora Wednesday morning

9:30am: The person has been transported to the hospital in stable condition. Seattle Fire says the southbound lanes are expected to reopen shortly.

Original: An accident has closed the southbound lanes of Aurora Ave N at Ward St, as firefighters work to extricate a person trapped in their vehicle.

The person is reportedly in stable condition. SDOT recommends alternate routes until the accident clears.


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philsea2189
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philsea2189

Wow thank god the city has so many great route options to take downtown so that commuters aren’t negatively impacted when things like this happen!

Paintking
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Paintking

This area has similar problems that resemble SF: A) lots of water and bridges. B) uber-liberal. C) too many chefs. Think choo-choo’s will fix everything? We first must be socially engineered even more to convince ourselves to dump our cars. Look around on your block to witness all the cars. All owned by “good democrats” with all the answers/solutions, just ask them.

SurlyAF
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SurlyAF

You forgot to mention the whack-jobs who blame everything on liberals and/or think the problem can be resolved with more roads.

Let me get this straight, you propose that people dump their cars, but don’t think light rail a good idea? Should people fly or teleport everywhere? Typical always whining and no solution answer we expect from you.

Truth
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Truth

Remember, Paintking also proudly bragged that he voted for I-976, which although is clearly unconstitutional and won’t survive the courts, would severely gut transit funding and make everyday traffic and incidents like this even worse.

Of course, he would then blame that on the “libtards” as well. You can’t make this stuff up.

Lizzy the Lezzy
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Lizzy the Lezzy

It’s surviving pretty well, so far…

Truth
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Truth

Wake me up when it survives the state Supreme Court. After all, he King County Superior Court is the same court that has allowed the Missing Link to be delayed because of an EIS. Their rulings tend to be off-kilter some times.

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