Head on crash on Sylvan Way SW sends two to hospital

Shortly after 8:00 p.m. Seattle firefighters responded to Sylvan Way SW and SW Morgan Street to deal with a head-on collision. According to Seattle Fire the a red SUV was on fire and the driver was unconscious. A witness reportedly pulled the driver from the SUV before fire crews arrived. The driver was on the side of the road and regained consciousness when crews arrived. SFD then dealt with the car fire, extinguishing it.

The patient was alert and conscious when medics transported him to Harborview Medical Center.

A male driver of second vehicle got out on his own. He was also taken to Harborview for examination.

Seattle Police Department is investigating the cause of the accident.

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On the Go Week of 10-20-14

West Seattle Harvest Festival
The West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival is set to take over the junction on Oct 27 starting at 10am.

We’re closing the streets this fall for the second annual West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival. Our weekly Farmers Market will also take on the streets on Sunday, October 27th from 10am to 2pm. Over 40 farmers will be sharing their goods at the peak of harvest, while families can come in their Halloween costumes and do a little trick-or-treat. Halloween doesn’t have to be just candy, we can also enjoy the bounty the earth has to offer.

There are fun activities for the kids which includes Kids Costume Parade led by the West Seattle High School Marching Band, Harvest Crafts brought by the community, and a mini farm from our neighborhood! All for free!

Harvest Festival Schedule:
10am-2pm: West Seattle Farmers Market
10am-2pm: Harvest Activities/Projects
11:00am: Chili Competition Begins*
11:30am: Kids Costume Parade
12pm-2pm: Trick-or-Treating

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4535 California Ave. SW
206 937 7169

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Patrick Robinson
The climbing rock was popular for both boys and girls at the 2014 edition of the Fauntleroy Fall Festival.

SLIDESHOW: Fauntleroy Fall Festival was fun, frivolous and definitely festive

The 12th Annual Fauntleroy Fall Festival a free event, went off without a hitch Oct. 19 (unless you count the hitches on the ponies from Dreamland Ponies!). The community event is supported by donations and sponsors including the Fauntleroy Community Association.

It featured live music, pumpkin painting, birdhouse making, a cakewalk (with some extraordinary cakes), a chidren's petting zoo area, and pony rides, supplied this year by Dreamland Ponies who took the place of the previous pony contractor.

The event got sunny skies and warm temperatures which helped the healthy turnout.

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