April 26, 2013 at 7:08 AM
Friday Memo: Maple Valley fire … 14-hour swim … Mariners actually win
Woman critically injured in Maple Valley house fire: The fire broke out about 3:30 a.m. The woman’s husband broke a window and was able to get out. Firefighters found the woman inside, but she had no pulse. They administered CPR and revived her and took her to the hospital.
Hey where’s the sun. OK, we may have some today, but we’re in for some rain this weekend. What, did you think the nice weather would last forever?
Hey, they won one! Mariners get a powerful return home with 6-0 win over Angels
She swam for 14 hours! The Seattle woman who swam with her brother some 14 hours after their boat sank in the Caribbean has a story to tell.
She says this in today’s story:
“You come face to face with understanding your own mortality … We both processed the possible ways we might die. Would we drown? Be eaten by a shark?”
Army pilot from our state killed in Afghanistan: Army helicopter pilot Aaron Blanchard, who grew up in Selah in Yakima County, was killed Tuesday in Afghanistan, his mother says. Blanchard, 32, was killed by missile fire. He had been in Afghanistan for just a week. The Yakima Herald-Republic has the story.
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