Seattle Fire revives woman in Lakeview parking lot after reported overdose

Seattle Fire medics rushed to save a 26-year-old woman who stopped breathing in a reported drug overdose Thursday night in a parking lot at the base of Capitol Hill along Lakeview Blvd E.

Emergency crews were called to the 1000-block of Belmont Ave E just before 8 PM and took over CPR on the woman inside a car parked in the lot who was unconscious and not breathing but had a pulse, according to Seattle Fire radio dispatches.

Photographer Tim Durkan said that medics were able to revive the woman and shared this image and report from the scene. Continue reading

Cops and K9 chase down Melrose carjacking suspect

East Precinct officers with the help of an efficient K9 unit quickly tracked down an armed carjacking suspect after a chase from Melrose Ave to the area under I-5 below Lakeview Blvd early Wednesday morning.

According to SPD radio dispatches, the victim in the carjacking reported the black Honda CRV was taken by an armed male wearing a camouflage jacket and black beanie around 1:50 AM on Melrose just north of Pine. Continue reading

CHS Pics | 4th of July 2016 fireworks from Capitol Hill’s I-5 Shores

I-5 Shores teemed with masses again Monday night for Capitol Hill views of Seattle’s 4th of July fireworks celebration over Lake Union. Across Melrose and Lakeview Blvd, CHS again found thousands of you lined up and facing northwest to see what the latest optimizations to ancient flammable powders and colorings could cook up. CHS was a fan of the corny red, white, and blue bursts in the 20-minute-plus performance’s finale. Continue reading

CHS Pics | 4th of July 2015 fireworks from Capitol Hill

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IMG_0358Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free… we just hope you took your wretched refuse with you. Here is the view CHS found this year as thousands again chose a Capitol Hill vantage point to enjoy the 4th of July fireworks display over Lake Union. This year, CHS joined the largest Hill gathering point on the shores of I-5 at Lakeview and Belmont to take in the show. We also stopped by the annual Cal Anderson Independence Day Picnic earlier Saturday as neighbors enjoyed free hot dogs and fun on a fourth day of +90F heat.IMG_0511

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Where to see fireworks from Capitol Hill, USA! 239th birthday + 13th Annual Cal Anderson Park Independence Day Picnic edition


My country, tis of thee, sweet land of Liberty — and many other fine craft cocktail bars.

(Images: Andrew Ahlstrom and Alex Garland for CHS)

(Image: Andrew Ahlstrom for CHS)

In the true spirit of America, this post is assembled annually by an algorithmically controlled robot drone that adjusts for witty references to current weather conditions and is programmed for sly inclusion of timely cultural references. It also features a self-correcting typo replacement system that slowly improves the quality of this post over time. This year, we have also plugged in the dataset describing the annual Cal Anderson Independence Day Picnic. You won’t find fireworks there — but you will find all of this almost completely free fun:

10850000_939848332704735_1418089447549648979_n (1)The most fun FREE community party of the summer. Brought to you by theCal Anderson Park Alliance, this totally FREE, inclusive for families of all types event is the epicenter of fun. Plus, it ends early enough for you to get to your fireworks viewing situation. Bring your Dads, Moms, kids, dogs on a leash, friends, lovers, hula hooping neighbor, parrot, cat on a leash, cute new date, babies, co-worker, bike polo playing friends, ping pong enthusiasts, favorite bartender and/or people who like burritos. Continue reading