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"It happened so fast.  I just glanced over, and there he was coming through the median and he was already in flames. I thought maybe I was going to miss him, but he hit the back end of us," said Bonnie Duran who was driving a Nissan Altima rental car.

The National Transpiration Safety Board is now looking into the possibility that the semi could have been on fire prior to the accident.
A Lake Tapps couple landed at Sea-Tac Airport Saturday after a harrowing road trip that nearly took their lives. Bonnie and Joe Duran were driving on I-5 north of Sacramento when a FedEx truck swiped their car, then barreled head-on into a tour bus of teenagers.
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Lake Tapps couple: Truck on fire before deadly California bus crash
A Lake Tapps, Wash. couple said a FedEx tractor-trailer was already on fire when it careened across a median, sideswiped their car and slammed into a bus carrying high school students, adding a new twist to the investigation of a crash that killed 10 people.
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Seattle mayor to re-examine city helipad policy after crash

Mayor Ed Murray said at a news conference hours after the wreck that the last major changes to Seattle's helipad regulations were made more than 20 years ago. They included limitations on who could operate helicopters and where they could take off and land. - http://bit.ly/NrSSd6
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Two people were killed and one was critically injured when the KOMO News helicopter crashed and burst into flames Tuesday morning on Broad Street only yards away from the Space Needle. - http://bit.ly/1cVjfEn
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i have been in tears for two days  and i only watch the station and loved Kathy , also every one there you all are in my thoguhts prayers   i know they are with god .
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"It's clear we need more primary care physicians," WSU president Elson Floyd said. The University of Washington has done a great job of putting doctors in the region, he said, but increasing demand in rural Washington state "is so great it may require two medical schools." 

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Medical officials predict an aging population and expanded health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will contribute to doctor shortages across the nation. In response to the projected need, Washington State University has begun exploring the feasibility of opening a medical school on its Spokane campus.
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Wow prays going out the people that lose his or her family and friends very sorry to hear this happen to yall praying for each one of yall so very sorry
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News chopper crash victims remembered as professional team

Former longtime KOMO News photographer Bill Strothman and pilot Gary Pfitzner were identified Tuesday as the two victims killed in the crash of the station's news helicopter.  - http://bit.ly/1qQKV0Z
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My condolences.
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i feel so sad and empty , I hope healing is fast i pray for all of you all.  love .  
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