A night out for safety

National Night Out happened across the nation on Aug. 6.

  • Wednesday, August 7, 2019 12:42pm
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Bellevue firefighter Matt Egger (right) let’s resident Peter Halcrow take a seat in a fire engine during National Night Out, on Aug. 6. During the event, responders from fire and police departments make visits to neighborhood gatherings around the city. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

From left, Sgt. Ben Jones speaks with Toni Foster and Beverly Sears in the Woodridge neighborhood of Bellevue. The police car was just one of many other responder vehicles that made a showing at the block party on 129th Avenue Southeast. Ashley Hiruko/staff photo

National Night Out happened across the nation on Aug. 6.

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