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December 10, 2011 at 10:25 AM

The Morning Memo/Saturday: Pedestrians hit by car, fatality in house fire, water rescue

Weather: Light rain and chilly through the weekend. Good time to stay inside and sip a cup of hot cocoa. The details. Speaking of staying inside, if you slept in this morning and missed the lunar eclipse, just check out our photos of the moon: Clouds part of a view of the total lunar eclipse.

Traffic: The map and the cams. Not much traffic today!

It’s been a busy weekend for police and other rescue personnel.

Five pedestrians were hit by a car in Fremont early this morning. Check out the details from The Seattle Times and our news partner, Fremont Universe.

One person died Friday night in a house fire: 1 dead in house fire near Seattle Pacific University.

This morning, rescuers pulled a man out of the water in Lake Union. More details coming on The Blotter.

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