January 25, 1999
She suffered burns to approximately 32 percent of her body when her clothing caught fire January 13. Rushing outside, presumably for help, she also burned her airway. A passerby, Jim Fenton of Clearview, saw her as he was driving through the area. He rolled her on the ground and extinguished the fire, suffering burns to his fingertips, as well.
Savidge passed away at 6:31 a.m. January 19, according to Harborview officials. (See obituary.)
The meetings (in Kirkland at 10 a.m. in the King County Library 308 Kirkland Ave, and in Carnation at 1 p.m. at the King County Library 4804 Tolt Ave.) will give citizens a chance to ask questions and discuss issues that will be addressed in the 1999 legislative session.
Lambert and Finkbeiner are also inviting area residents to District Days in Olympia Feb. 3. Visitors can tour the Capitol, attend a hearing, and spend the lunch hour with local lawmakers. Bring a brown bag lunch. Call Legislative assistant Donna Sorrell at (360) 786-7878 for reservations.
"Our union is hosting this event because we want to give Bothell residents and business owners the opportunity to meet and talk with the new city manager in an informal setting," said Jeff Smith, president of Local 3845, a bargaining unit for 100 city employees.
The reception will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, Fireside Room, 19333 North Creek Parkway in Bothell.
During the closure, crews will repair damage caused by deterioration and resurface portions of the bridge deck. The county hopes to complete the work and reopen the road as soon as possible to minimize traffic disruptions.