PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. (NBC/KING) - A Washington man just happened to be in the right place at the right time to see the possible end of “The End of The World.”
Charles Steurer was walking on the beach when the bluff known as The End of The World by locals gave way and began to crumble.
A little closer, and he might have been buried alive.
Wind, rain and gravity are eating away at the soft sandy soil under the forest.
Homeowners on the bluffs understand more and more that they are living on the edge.
City of Port Townsend officials have temporarily closed the park with signage and danger tape, though bluff homeowners say they see people in the park all the time.
Officials say if they determine that the area is a risk to the public, they will fence it off.
GRAM Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in front of a festive downtown crowd at Rosa Parks Circle Friday night.
Two people were taken to the hospital after one vehicle crossed the center line, causing a head-on crash in Ada Township Friday night.
A mob of people hit the streets and set fires in East Lansing in the wake of Michigan State's win over Ohio State Saturday night.