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Chen v. City of Seattle, 153 Wn. App. 890

(2009) A widow of a pedestrian who was killed at a busy crosswalk in Seattle sued the City for failure to maintain the crosswalk in a reasonable safe condition. After the lower court ruled in favor for the City, Ms. Chen appealed. Division 1 found in her favor, holding that the City had a duty to ensure that the crosswalk would be reasonably safe for those using the crosswalk.

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