Blotter | Double drug overdose on Broadway, police investigate E Harrison car vs. pedestrian — UPDATE

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  • Double heroin OD: Seattle Fire and SPD were called to the parking garage below the Highline in the 200 block of Broadway E early Wednesday for a reported double heroin overdose. We’re still gathering information on the condition of the two victims but the incident was categorized as a “Multiple Medic Response 14″ by SFD indicating a life threatening situation for both patients. UPDATE: SFD tells us firefighters resuscitated a man and a woman after an apparent heroin drug overdose. Firefighters were called to the 200 block of Broadway E at 3:43 AM after a person found the couple. When firefighters arrived the man and woman were unconscious, unresponsive and not breathing. Firefighters and medics were able to resuscitate the pair. They were both transported to Harborview for further care.
  • Car vs. pedestrian: A driver struck a pedestrian in the street at E Harrison and Broadway Tuesday afternoon sending the 24-year-old man to the hospital with a broken leg but in stable condition, according to Seattle Fire. The collision reported just after 2:30 PM required a lengthy investigation by police who were on the scene hours afterward while investigators collected evidence. UPDATE: SPD says the driver was evaluated for drug or alcohol use but was not found to be impaired.
  • Cafe assault: Cafe Pettirosso co-owner Yukiko Sodos was charged with domestic violence assault Wednesday after being arrested early Tuesday following a disturbance inside the 11th Ave hangout. Yukiko, who owns Pettirosso with her sister Miki Sodos, was was arrested Tuesday after a 1:13 AM assault was reported at the cafe. Seattle Fire treated a woman for injuries to her arm in the incident. UPDATE: A plea of not guilty was entered on the charges.
  • 15th Ave E apartment beating: Two men were found badly beaten and one man was taken into custody last Saturday morning just before 7 AM at an apartment in the 400 block of 15th Ave E. We’re still trying to track down details from SPD on the incident but know that Seattle Fire treated two men in their 20s including one with a large contusion above his eye. Both men were badly beaten and were taken to the hospital for further treatment.
  • New Year’s 12th Ave phone jack: The victim in this New Year’s phone robbery in front of 12th Ave’s Von Trapp’s got knocked in the head and an apparent earful from his parents who convinced him to report the incident to police:Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.41.58 PM Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.42.07 PM
  • New Year’s beating: The victim of this 1:20 AM fight in the 700 block of Broadway had a crappy start to 2014 thanks to a suspect in a white stretch Hummer:Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.36.31 PM Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.36.36 PM
  • New Year’s Day shoe robbery: The victim in this New Year’s Day assault and robbery in Pillars Park reportedly lost his shoes to a gang of lady robbers:Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.38.40 PM Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 12.39.01 PM

14 thoughts on “Blotter | Double drug overdose on Broadway, police investigate E Harrison car vs. pedestrian — UPDATE

  1. Harrison and Broadway no surprise people just cross the street and don’t realize that this isn’t a pedestrianization thoroughfare. Everyone crosses right there on cell phones or ear phones in that blinking red hand doesn’t exist for some reason there. I’m surprised there haven’t been more.

  2. Whoa… you can still be in the crosswalk with the blinking red hand. The burden here is on drivers. I’m surprised there aren’t more drivers penalized for reckless driving.

    • WHOA… you can NOT step off the curb while the light is flashing. The flashing hand and timer is NOT an invitation to bounce across the road. If you do, you not only deserve the ticket SPD occasionally hands out, but you take a hell of a chance on getting flattened.

      Nowhere does this brief story say the hand was white or flashing. People have a habit of thinking they can walk whenever they damn well please up on Broadway. I’m just glad nobody’s been killed recently.

      • Thank you for pointing out what is illegal, e.g. entering a crosswalk after the red hand has displayed. If you do, you are not only risking injury from cars that are turning off the perpendicular street, but you are impeding said cars from turning and in doing so easing traffic flow and congestion.

        • It is not illegal to walk while the hand is flashing, you are just not supposed to enter while the hand is flashing, like a yellow light… Everyone needs to pay closer attention to each other, drivers and pedestrians alike.

  3. Drivers need to slow the f down and pay attention. I’ve seen several near-hits in just the past few weeks. I’ve had several drivers come within a foot or two of me, while I was in the crosswalk, while the walk signal was still visible. No excuses,

  4. Thank You to all the fools who tell Detroiters & Thugs from baltimore etc how great it is out here in Seattle. Extra love to the idiots who thought legalizing pot would cut down on the criminals who are attached to the drug trade. Thank you all so very much for completely RUINING Seattle. Yep, I went “back east” to college, realized the whole place was a ceccpool of filthy & crime and general bad behavior and came Back to the West to a decent place to live 26 years ago. Now Seattle is just like the sh*#hole the whole Est coast has always been. GO AWAY

  5. The surest way to ruin your day is to read the Cap Hill Blog crime blotter. I used to read these regularly and get pissed off every time. My wife told me I should stop reading them altogether. I decided to read them only occasionally and now find myself less irritated with the neighborhood. Ah, sweet blissful ignorance…

  6. Although true of alot of people on Broadway, this crosswalk discussion is irrelevant here. The pedestrian wasn’t hit in the intersection. They were hit by a car leaving the parking garage of the QFC.

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