Bothell, Grays Harbor County, Bellevue discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

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News komo news 1000 fm 97 7 number one for news 702 right now monday morning like it or not monday morning has arrived we have clouds in seattle and a in the bothell area plenty of rain all the way up toward monroe and up into the mountains there it's uh it's snow over steven's pass what gregg hersholt i'm manda factor and here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a longtime bonney lake police officer was killed in an avalanche on saturday james larsen had been on the force for more than fourteen years he owned a concrete brit business a friend that an employee describe larsen as a great guy all around midnight yogurt always lauded a garden everything ever never yells from the mirror bonney lake has ordered all city flags to be flown at half staff in honor of officer james larson staff loss will be wearing a morning bands until further notice her larson lease behind his parents and two sisters avalanches in the cascades are now claimed five lives over the past week hummel's brian calvert reports the experts so warn against visits in the back country kittitas county undersheriff klay myers of his deputies have recovered three bodies in the last week in a written statement he says justin gugel avalanche danger you'll likely come across the northwest avalanche center website where the warnings are dire it's been one of the more deadly witters this year the back country in addition to the death saturday of two snowmobile riders to bellevue teens were killed by an avalanche as they snow shooed near snow lake late last month that same day five snowmobile riders were buried by snow all but one made it out the national weather service estimates ninety percent of avalanches are human caused and right now with the snowpack higher than normal the danger in the more remote areas remains high if you want to get out in the snow there are plenty of marked areas and trails to visit going beyond their borders is truly taking a risk brian calvert komo news you see people were killed when their car collided with a snow plough in grays harbor county trooper said.

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