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O I O O 2 Mukilteo Beacon www.mukilteobeacon.c0m Congressman gets peek Cement truck loses brakes, plunges into ravine A loaded cement truck plunged down a ravine at the bottom of Chennault Beach Road just before 9 am. Tuesday when its brakes gave out. According to police, without brakes to slow the truck as it headed west down the steep road, the driver was unable to nego- tiate the 90-degree turn north onto Ma- rineVrew Drive. Instead, the truck plowed through part of a resident's hedge, then crashed through trees and brush before turning on its side about 75 feet down the ravine. When first responders arrived, the driver was already outside the cab and seeming- ly OK. An officer said he was "conscious, walking and alert.” . Although he didn’t appear injured, he reluctantly agreed to be transported to the hospital to be checked out. A local towing company was soon on scene where officials were discussing how to pull the truck out of the ravine. First steps included removing the battery and draining the fuel be fore moving the truck, officials said. A cement truck rests on its side after plunging into a ravine off of Chennault Beach Road; Beacon photos by Paul Archipley First responders climb out of a ravine where a cement truck rests on its side. The driver told police the brakes gave out as he headed down Chennault- Beach Road at Marine View Drive. That turn at the bottom of a steep grade has long vexed local residents, particularly because there is no guardrail or other safety device for events just like this one. PLUMBING AND SEWER NOW SERVING SNOHOMlSH COUNTY AND WHlDBEY ISLAND K. Call JD. at 2 Blocks East V 806 5TH STREET, STE. A MUKlLTEO WA 98275 ISTOLLWERCKPLU MB I NG.COM us 24/7 at 425—374—3909 - STOLLPL880M The BEACON LETTERS POLICY The Beacon welcomes letters to the editor of 400 words or fewer and will print them as promptly as possible as s ce allows. However, etters must include a first and last name, address and daytime phone number for verification purposes. We also reserve the right to edit letters as necaessary for brevity, grammar an taste. Published letters will include the author’s name and city of residence. Send letters to: The Mukilteo Beacon, 728 3rd St., Ste. D, Mukilteo, WA 98275 or by email: muldlteoeditor@yourbeaoon.net David Pubiishers Paul Catherine Archipley General Manager Jenn Barker ................ .. GM@yourbeacon.net Editor/Newsroom Pan ............ ..mukilteoeditor@yourbeacon.net David Pan ........... .. reporter@yourbearon.net Advertising mukilteosales@yourbeacon.net Jim Pompeo .. edmondssales@yourbearon.net JoyBaudart ...... ..assistant@yourbeacon.net Ciassifieds/At Your Service/Obits dassifieds@yourbeacon.net Circulation circulation@yourbeacon.net Jim Anneberg - Tonia Folven BedryWheless Production/Design DebbieMagill .... ..artwork@yourbeacon.net .W. WA Beacon Publishing, Inc. 728 3rd St, Ste D Mukilteo, WA 98275 (425) 347-5634 web site: www.mukilteobeacon.com Mail Subscription: $80 / yr. (Mail check to: Beacon Publishing, 728 3rd St., Ste. D, Mukilteo, WA 982 75) mmozm mm Mashan IncAllrthrserved.Nopanolfllispablkafimmyberepmducedbylny means withmtlveexpress mama.» publishers. Opinionsexpressedwmlummmhmekwmmmwnnnmmdmwbm Fax (425) 347-6077 Eight-El Efi June 24, 2020 at Sno-lsle Libraries’new contact-free service. ‘ BY DAVID PAN ‘ REPORTER@YOURBEACON.NET B ooklovers, including US. Rep. Rick Lars- en (D—an District), are rejoicing. Larsen got a first-hand look at Sno—lsle Libraries’ new contact-free service Friday, Iune 19, at the Mukilteo Library. The ser- vice, which started Monday, allows custom— ers, who previously had made requests, to come to any of Sno-lsle’s 23 branches and pick up their materials in recyclable papers bags via a contact-free handoff at the front door. The library notifies customers by phone or email that their material is ready for pick up. Sno-lsle also has begun to accept returns of library materials, but there are no in-li- brary services. Buildings remain closed to the public. Libraries may reopen during Phase 3 of the state's reopening plans. Sno— homish Country is in Phase 2. Larsen described the library as a great community institution that needs to be used. "It gives‘the opportunity for people in the community to get back somewhat to what might be a more regular routine,” he said. "That’s important. 1 know there’s a lot of cabin fever going on here in the North- west. When summer comes, it’s going to get worse unless we get a chance to get out— side.” Larsen noted that libraries usually offer summer programs for youth that won’t be happening this year due to the COVlD-l9 pandemic. ' Sno—lsle is expanding its contact-free ser- vice this week. All customers can submit new borrowing requests. Customers will be notified by email when to come collect Eééitiéiitiéi Craftsman in Edgewater . Beacon photo by David Pan Congressman Rick Larsen (D-2nd District) de- livers library items to customer Monica McClas- key Friday, June 19, at the Mukilteo Library. their requests. The contact-free service is aligned with the state’s coronavirus Phase 2 guidelines. "We are very sensitive to the coronavi— rus-related concerns of our customers and employees,” Sno—lsle Libraries‘Executive Di— rector Lois Langer Thompson said. ”As part of the contact—free service, we are following CDC guidelines to quarantine all returned library materials for at least 72 hours before availability for further circulation." 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