VIDEO: ‘One last party on the Viaduct’ via Sheriff’s Office infrared camera

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On Friday night, Jan. 11, 2019, at around 10 p.m., the Alaskan Way Viaduct closed for good as it’s prepared to be demolished to make way for a new tunnel.

Thousands of residents decided to take one last cruise on the old elevated concrete passageway that first opened in 1953, and the King County Sheriff’s Office Guardian One helicopter flew by and used its FLIR infrared camera – usually used to track suspects – to record folks partying and playing around.

Watch – as people hang out, party and play on the viaduct!

And check it out – parts of the old relic are already being demolished:

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