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Today marks the final day of cleanup after a major automobile accident caused a massive amount of magical fallout in Downtown Seattle. Three months ago today, a vehicle fell off the bridge at I-90 and 23rd street. When first responders arrived, they found a very powerful toxic spirit in the vicinity. Authorities have still not released the names of those involved in the accident, or the names of those first responders who were involved. Eyewitness accounts – obtained exclusively by KSAF – corroborate video of the incident.
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According to reports, the spirit killed five first responders before grabbing an item from the burning vehicle and disappearing. Astral tracking attempts have resulted in two additional casualties. Reports also describe the scene as looking as though there were two separate explosions. Presumably the first explosion came from the vehicle itself as it fell from the bridge and landed on a fire hydrant. The source of the second explosion is still unknown.
Cleanup efforts were hindered by the fact that the vehicle landed squarely on the property lines of two corporations, and the resulting effect was a bureaucratic nightmare that tied up traffic in the area for weeks. With the cleanup effort finally finished, residents can get back to their normal routine.
One of KSAF’s magical consultants, Seneca, has warned residents to beware of the spirit. He claims that the spirit may be tied to the area, and may decide to return. This is despite the fact that no one has seen the spirit since that fateful night. Still, residents should keep an eye out for anything unusual. If anyone has questions, Seneca can be reached at commcode Seneca::Vestibule::Seattle (commcall:://19514531::22519209221125::19512020125).
This cleanup comes as good news to most residents. Mr. Wilson, a resident of the neighborhood, said “It’s about time that cleanup was done! But the city needs to do something with that railing. It’s far too fragile. Every year, someone goes flying off that bridge and nearly hits my apartment.” Other residents agreed with Mr. Wilson that the city needs to improve its infrastructure.
With the upcoming Special Election later this year, infrastructure spending is likely to be a hot topic item. And this accident may be used as evidence of poor spending habits in the past.