A 19-year-old Issaquah man was in serious condition yesterday after he lost control of his car on Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie. Chad William Hagan was...

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A 19-year-old Issaquah man was in serious condition yesterday after he lost control of his car on Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie.


Chad William Hagan was driving a Nissan Sentra eastbound at about 4 a.m. when his car went off the road on a curve, said State Patrol Trooper Kelly Spangler. The Sentra hit the median, rolled three times and came to rest upside down, Spangler said.


Hagan was taken to Harborview Medical Center with broken bones and head injuries.


The accident is under investigation.


Bellevue



Councilman Conrad Lee says he will run again



Bellevue City Councilman Conrad Lee has announced that he will seek re-election to Position 2 this November.


Lee, a businessman and former Boeing engineer, has lived in Bellevue since 1967 and has served on the council since 1994.


Lee said that if re-elected he will focus on attracting businesses and families to Bellevue. He also wants to work on regional transportation issues and said he will continue to push for low property taxes for Bellevue residents.


His only challenger so far is Vicki Orrico, a municipal attorney.


Duvall



Harris Creek Bridge project starting soon



King County will accelerate construction this month on a replacement for the Harris Creek Bridge on Kelly Road Northeast near Duvall.


The aging span has rotting timbers and rusting support beams. It’s located immediately east of Kelly Road Northeast’s intersection with Big Rock Road. That stretch of Kelly will be closed starting June 13 for up to four months while the bridge is replaced. Traffic will be detoured via 322nd Avenue Northeast, Northeast 139th Street, Odell Road and Big Rock Road.


For more information, visit the project’s Web site at www.metrokc.gov/kcdot/roads/cip/projectdetail.aspx?cipid=200200