Motor Bike Rider Down in Marysville WA

MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON STATE

Fire units 8N4, A62A, E61, E63, M61, M63, B62B and 8R23 have been dispatched to a motorcyclist down on 88th Street NE at State Avenue in Marysville, Washington.

There are no other vehicles reportedly seen in the area.

No condition of the victim is known.

AVOID THE AREA.

This is an active incident.

(c) 2021 NW Fire Blog – 1/9/2021 1830 PT

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? I am Missing from Washington State

A friend of mine posted through her Facebook Page that her son was missing and of course we were concerned for his safety and need to get the word out through all Social Media sites.  We are hoping to plaster his photo and information all over the internet to bring him back to his loving families who desperately miss and love him.

kaine

Kaine Moody, 15, was last seen at his father’s house in Mt. Vernon, Washington State and is believed to have runaway.  He is described as 5ft 5″, weighing 100 pounds with brown eyes, brown hair with mustache and slender build.

The above photo was taken of Kaine last year.

His mom believes her son may North of Seattle in the Marysville, Camano Island areas or further up North in Washington State.

We are asking you to share this post with your friends, family, co-workers and anyone else who can help spread the word like wildfire to help this family bring home their son safely.

We are unsure what Law Enforcement agencies may be working this case, so we are asking everyone to get involved in helping bring him home.

IF YOU SEE ME, CALL 9-1-1.

Thank you,

Lisa Swenson, Editor/Blogger

Food Safety Alert: Tofu Pad Thai Bowl and Thai Noodle Salad by Real Foods Recalled due to Misbranding

Real Foods of Kent, Washington is recalling 299 units of Tofu Pad Thai Bowl and 178 units of Thai Noodle Salad due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The product contains shellfish (shrimp) an allergen which is not declared on the product label.

The Tofu Pad Thai Bowls and Thai Noodle Salads subject to recall are as follows:

Fred Meyer 13.5 oz rigid plastic container of Tofu Pad Thai Bowl
UPC 0 30223 00914 6
Best Buy 12/23/14, 12/24/14Quality Food Centers 13.5 oz rigid plastic container of Tofu Pad Thai Bowl
UPC 0 30223 00914 6 12/23/14
Best by 12/24/14, 12/25/14

Haggen/Top Foods 8.5 oz rigid plastic container of Thai Noodle Salad with Thai Peanut Salad
UPC 0 45009 10116 7
Best by 12/18/14, 12/19/14, 12/20/14, 12/21/14, 12/22/14, 12/23/14

There were 2 units produced on 12/18/14 with a best by of 12/23/14 and 2 units produced on 12/19/14 with a best by of 12/24/14. The 4 units were shipped to one Fred Meyer store in Kent, Washington.

295 units produced on 12/18/14, 12/19/14, and 12/20/14 were shipped to a limited number of Quality Food Centers in Washington and Oregon only. This product was distributed and sold to Quality Food Centers in the following cities: Belfair, WA; Tacoma, WA; Port Townsend, WA; Lacey, WA; Portland, OR; Vancouver, WA; Kent, WA; Seattle, WA; Mercer Island, WA; Bellevue, WA; Kirkland, WA; Bothell, WA; Redmond, WA; Issaquah, WA; North Bend, WA; Mukilteo, WA; Bothell, WA; Lynnwood, WA; Sequim, WA; Edmonds, WA; Everett, WA; Mill Creek, WA; Mt. Lake Terrace, WA; Enumclaw, WA; Renton, WA; Stanwood, WA; Maple Valley, WA; Gig Harbor, WA; and Pt. Hadlock, WA.

178 units produced on 12/14/14 through 12/19/14 were shipped to a limited number of Haggen/Top Foods stores in Washington and Oregon only. This product was distributed and sold to Haggen/Top Foods stores in the following cities: Olympia, WA; Bellingham, WA; Burlington, WA; Stanwood, WA; Snohomish, WA; Ferndale, WA; Mt. Vernon, WA; Lake Stevens, WA; Marysville, WA; Auburn, WA; Puyallup, WA; Woodinville, WA; Aberdeen, WA; and Tualatin, OR.

No adverse reactions or illnesses attributed to the Tofu Pad Thai Bowls and Thai Noodle Salads have been reported.

Customers who purchased these products and are sensitive to shellfish (shrimp) or have shellfish (shrimp) allergies should not consume the above-mentioned products. The affected products may be returned to the store where purchased for a full refund.

Repost from US Food Safety

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