PICTURE THIS: Sailors aboard the Cuauhtémoc stand in the rigging as it approaches Pier 66 in Seattle on Thursday. It will be here until Sept. 1. The Cuauhtémoc is a teaching vessel from the Mexican Navy, where cadets are trained in international waters before graduating as officers.
Friday’s fatality was the bike lane's first, but there have been 57 accidents. Seattle is about to take steps to protect riders.
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