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by talking to our helpful switch squad at your local xfinity store today. good morning and welcome to your new day, i'm boris sanchez. and i'm amara walker. these are live pictures out of london amid the sanchez. >>. >> the final viewing for queen elizabeth ii, we'll take you there live coming up. >> and for the united states, the mosquito fire continues to grow, threatening thousands of homes in california. the latest from the fire line and when firefighters think they'll be able to get it under
control. >> and tropical storm conditions are being felt in puerto rico, as fiona closes in. when we expect it to thenstreng and its impact. >> an iowa student alleged to pay restitution to the family of a rapist. how complete strangers are now stepping in to help her. it is a new week. sunday, september 18th, we are grateful that you are starting your week with us. we hope you're having a good weekend. i certainly am because i'm with amara walker. >> i'm a happy person. it's good to be with you, boris. >> i'm more of a summer
important. so the cooler weather, not so much. >> well, you are from miami. got it. up next, honoring the queen. dozens of world leaders are arriving in london to pay tribute to britain's queen elizabeth ii on the eve of her funeral. >> immediatelien and the first lady arrived late last night. the somber tribute yesterday followed a similar vigil by king charles and his siblings on friday. >> and crowds continued to wait in enormous lines to play tribute to queen elizabeth. the wait time at this point, at least 14 hours. it hit more than 24 hours this weekend. this is, of course, the final day she's going to lie in state before her funeral. people have come from all over
to say good-bye. >> we're canadian and the queen was also the head of state of canada and we're here to pay our respects after 70 years of service. >> just to be a part of history and that moment. i'm here with my mum. it's quite an experience. >> we've all come by ourselves. we've had a fantastic night. so, yeah, it's been great. >> my mom went to diana's when she was young. she wanted us to have the experience. >> they've come to say good-bye to the only monarch most of them have everyone known. nada, give us a sense of what it been like talking to the people. it's just remarkable to see these long lines and people really just in uplifted spirits.
>> reporter: absolutely. it is remarkable to see just how many people have come to london to pay their respects to late monarch queen elizabeth ii, thousands taking part, many waiting overnight in the cold waiting hours and hours for a chance to say their good-bye. many are pitching up tents outside where the queen is lying in state for their chance to see the funeral on monday. there will be that procession of the queen's coffin traveling to westminster abbey. and that will be followed on foot by the new monarch, king charles iii and other members of the family. this is an historic moment, an opportunity that many did not want to miss.
what time did you get there to join the queue? >> i think we got there about half past 10 last night. so it was about 12 hours. >> and you've been waiting all night. you've just left. what was the experience like for you? >> well, i think it was moving because the queen's christian faith is as important to her as it was to us. that's particularly significant for us and reminds us of the even greater monarch, the lord jesus. >> reporter: of course, you've been waiting all night. it has been pretty cold. how did you cope overnight? >> it was a really good vibe. everybody was there to support each other, there was some sing-alongs along the way. everybody sort of kept morale up. it was lovely to be together with everybody in that way. >> and will you be watching the funeral? will you be coming here? >> i think we're going to watch
it. we're going to have a party with people from our church. we're going to come together and have breakfast and sit and watch it. looking forward to it. >> and that really is the message we've been hearing. it is a sense of community really. we're seeing crowd gathering together, many meeting new people along the way, making new friend. a lot of people pitching tents. it will be a moment that you can't compare with many other. we're seeing around 2,000 people attending the funeral, hundreds of foreign dignitaries ascending on london. several will be having an audience will king charles iii later today. it really is an historic moment. >> the queen at least for one last time bringing part of the world together. nada bashir, thank you very much.
>> president biden and first lady jill biden arrived on saturday and they will be among heads of state attending the funeral at westminster abbey monday. we have more on the bidens' visit. >> reporter: immedpresident bidd first lady jill biden arrived in london saturday night, preparing to honor queen elizabeth ii, as the president and first lady will travel to west miminster h. the president spoke with king charles on wednesday to offer his condolences to the family, but that reception could possibly give them a chance to offer those condolences in person face to face to both the king and or members of the royal family. on monday the president and first lady will be up to among
2,000 guests attending the state funeral for queen elizabeth at westminster abbey. no official guest list has been unveiled just yet but the president is expected to be one of many world leaders to be on hand for those ceremonies, including the french president macron and also the president of south korea. and a bilat reral meeting will take place in the u.s. they last met queen elizabeth at windsor castle in june of 2021. the queen hosted the president
and first lady there. in a statement after her passing, she said she charmed them with her wit and moved them with her kindness. they said she wasn't just a monarch but she defined app era. >> this will be a huge historic moment. what can we expect at tomorrow's state funeral for the queen? bonnie greer it the former deputy chair of the british museum. i don't know where to start. this is really an historic moment. >> reporter: can i give your audience a sense of the queue. i don't know how long people know this line is. you know chicago. imagine the end it hof it is
michigan avenue and the end of it is gary, indiana. people are standing there, they're not talking. the story of this, this queue, it is awesome. it is incredible. >> that does put it in perspective for me. i lived in chicago and on michigan avenue and -- >> so you're walking from gary to michigan avenue. >> the commitment of the people, the outpouring of respect, give us a sense of how galvanizing. you kind of already did but expand on it, i guess, how it has been for the people. we want to put it in perspective in terms of britain or the u.k. has been going through a tough time with its economy, with the brexit fallout as well. >> 86% of the people here don't know any other state. it like in america if we just had one president forever and suddenly she died, it's a shaker. and then on top of it we've had
brexit, which is frankly a catastrophe, the lockdown. people are in that queue, amber, for a lot of reasons. you can feel it when you go around them. you can feel the solemnity, you can feel people meditating on their own stuff that happened to them, the friendship. all of it is just massive. i have never seen anything like this. i mean, total respect to all these people who have actually endured this because it cold here right now and rainy and these people have just stood there and been there. it's incredible. >> endurance. and people are making new alliances and friends as well. also, as we marvel at this historic moment and unprecedented gathering that we're seeing not only on the streets but world leaders and
dignitaries. this is going to be the first of its kind in terms of the sheer number of world leaders and foreign dignitaries that will be together in one space. >> amber, this is, if i can say it, a security nightmare. the british security is unarmed. they've had to rope in security from other cities. there's a ring of steel around this town. we don't know what's going to go down. like you say, there's never been a gathering like this before. scotland yard has got to be prepared for this as much as they can be. so it's in the back of everybody's mind but it's shaky. >> i think what's amusing to a lot -- i guess the billions around the world who will be tuning in is this crowded shuttle bus or buses for the
dignitaries. president biden will be traveling in the beast, his own armored car, and a few others will be granted a right ride. but even the emperor of japan, they rarely travel, if ever, for state funerals like this. they will be in a crowded shuttle bus as well. just talk about i guess the optics of that moment. >> well, the thing is you have to remember that again what i was saying about the security thing. so they're trying to keep everybody together. they can't have like corteges of cars and hangers on. they can deal with president biden. he's got to be in his vehicle. but the kings and queens and what have you, they're going to be on the bus. london streets are narrow.
they've been expanded a bit but their essence is quite narrow. police have probably got snipers on the top of the buildings just to, like, check things. the police have to be able to contain what they possibly can. this is what everybody is crossing their fingers about. they've never had nanything lik this ever. >> boris sanchez will have more on this. can you imagine being the bus driver? >> all these people are on your bus. so it wild. >> everyone sit down, be quiet, i'm in charge. >> but also doing the sightseeing. saying this is this, this is this. so it's incredible. >> incredible stuff.
really looking forward to watching that. and, bonnie, i appreciate you being with us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> and cnn's live special tomorrow begins at 5 a.m. as the world remembers queen elizabeth. >> a military jet crashing after a freak sent. we'll explain what happened. and more than 15,000 buildings at risk in a mosquito fire. don't go anywhere. "new day" continues in a moment.
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[ bleep ] >> we are trying to make it to the runway. >> oh my goodness. nafs a bird as the plane goes down. it just goes straight down. this just-released video from september of 2021. you saw a bird flying straight into the plane's engine. this was during a routine military exercise. it was supposed to be routine. the two crew members in the jet ejected. one of the pilots was badly burned after his parachute became tangled in electrical lines. >> the plane crashed into a neighborhood in lake worth. it didn't hit any homes
directly. fortunately nobody on the ground was hurt. yikes. >> there's got to be a way to keep these birds away. you nope this is a possibility every time we take off in a commercial plane. >> i'm surprised it doesn't happen more often. it's crazy. >> california as mosquito wildfire has opinion burning for two weeks and has grown into the largest blaze this year. >> firefighters are hoping that rain in the forecast will hope slow the fire's spread. >> reporter: firefighters are expected to make significant progress thanks to the rain. that rain is forecasted between sunday and monday and they feel like they've already made some progress and will be able to continue to do that over the next couple of days because of the rain and because of the lower temperatures. unfortunately, this fire has already destroyed more than 70,000 acres. there are assessment teams out there trying to figure out how
many structures have been destroyed and thankfully some evacuation orders being lifted. they are telling people to be very careful and pay attention to those evacuation orders. some people will likely be able to return to their homes. the other aspect of all of this is that big picture. what experts are saying is that the rain could slow the ongoing fire season. it will not put an end to it because temperatures are going to continue to rise, even later on this the week, temperatures are predicted to be higher. but they do believe this sort of will slow down what's going on in california at the moment. experts do say we have to pay attention later on in september and october because there is always a possibility for more fires as california is going through this ongoing drought and everything is just so dry. cnn, los angeles. >> new york city's public school
says up to 1,000 children of asylum seekers may enroll in school this semester. >> the school says they have room for them but it's unclear if they have enough bilingual staff to address their needs. >> reporter: classes are fuller this semester. over 1,400 children arrived during the summer migrant surge. that figure is expected to climb. >> we're prepared to support those students not only academically but with full emotional support. >> reporter: that may prove to be a long-term challenge for the department of education, even as the nation's largest school system, it hasn't been spared
millions in budget cuts and teacher shortages. schools are scrambling to find certified bilingual teachers. >> it's a little more personal. they have to see they can trust you, open up a little bit more and then they're willing to give a little bit more. >> reporter: they're noticing a high level of trauma in the wave of asylum-seeking children. they bear wounds caused by the months-long journey to the u.s. it's one this child knows too well. the 13-year-old recalls how her mother would often cry as they trekked through the dangerous jungles of venezuela. they made it safely to new york in june. she worries she speaks no
english as she speaks the eighth grade. hello. how are you? >> reporter: only a few words. >> a former undocumented student as well, she knows what this feels like. >> these are children who have severe trauma, families that have severe needs and we got to inves in them and the rest of our city to make sure that our children, our teachers and our community's position to welcome them. >> one of the doe superintendents worries if a system with over a million kids can take on a few hundred more but how. >> the challenge is how do we make sure we have continuity of services and how are we able to say what does empowerment look like? >> a lot of challenges ahead.
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taiwan's president has activated the island's central emergency operation center to respond to a 9.6 magnitude earthquake that hit the southeastern part of the island earlier today. so far rescue personnel and over a hundred soldiers have been deployed in response after the earthquake caused significant damage. >> again, it was a 6.9 magnitude quake and trapped four people under a collapsed building, toppled a bridge, derailed a train. will ripley is following the story. what do we know?
>> reporter: we get live earthquakes in taiwan, hundreds of those you can feel. this one today and i'm in taipei, which is 200 miles from the epicenter, it was the strongest that i've felt. friends of mine who have grown up here said they don't remember feeling this many earthquakes in this period of time with this intensity. there was a 6 point earthquake that we felt was the main shake. and then several hours ago the 6.9 hit and it was clear this was the biggest one i've experienced since being here in taiwan. and these are these aftershocks over and over again that you can feel. it's almost like you're sea sick or have motion sickness. every few minutes it feels like the ground starts moving.
there were two aftershocks that hit during the live shot, three more that hit as i was trying to type up a tweet to put the video out. it an unnerving feeling. there are no reports of any serious injuries. the four people trapped in a building when a 7-11 chanced. we -- collapsed. we're still looking at a school gymnasium that collapsed. and they are saying to be prepared for more shaking in the days to come. >> thank you so much. soon tropical storm fiona is expected to become a full hurricane battling the islands
with floods and rain. >> the virgin islands are already seeing the conditions. where is it now and where is it headed? >> it really hasn't moved all that much from yesterday. it's not a very fast-moving storm. the map looks very similar to what it did yesterday. but we're starting to see a lot of those outer bands begin to surge off toward the west. puerto rico, the virgin islands seeing a lot more activity this morning than yesterday. winds gusting up to 75 miles per hour, sustained winds 60 miles per hour. we anticipate it will be a category i hurricane by this afternoon. that's why you have hurricane warnings in red and watches in the pink color in preparation for that strengthening to take place. it is forecast to become a
category i before it potentially makes landfall over puerto rico this afternoon or this evening before continuing off to the northwest toward hispaniola. rain will be one of the biggest factors with this particular storm. a lot of heavier bands starting to push out, power outages up to 100,000. you're talking 15 to 20 inches of potential rainfall. >> wow, that's a lot of rain. keep us posted. thank you very much. >> up next, a go fund me page steps in to help an iowa teen-ager who has to payay the family of an a alleged rapist. we'll have more on that coming up.
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>> women of color who have experienced sexual violence, domestic violence, trafficking, any kind of harm who act in self-defense against the people who harm them have not been treated well by our legal system historically. >> that means i'm going to die here. >> sarah was sentenced to life without parole as a teen-ager for killing a man who sexually abused and trafficked her in 1994 pardoned by california's governor in late julian assange. in wisconsin, crystal is killing a life sentence for killing a man who he said who trafficked her. and this woman was eventually granted clemency and released in 2019 after 15 years behind bars. >> you know, just a story that has unfortunately become all-too familiar. >> reacting to lewis's sentence
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. some 30 heads of state, as well as more than 500 dignitaries from around the world are going to be in attendance for the queen's funeral tomorrow, including president joe biden and first lady jill biden. some say it will be the single biggest operation in london as police history. joining us to discuss the security aspects of the state funeral is former secret service agent jonathan whackrell. not long ago we had bonnie
greer, a top official and she said this is going to be a security nightmare. do you agree? >> this is going to be a security challenge. it's one of the largest mobilizations of security in london's history. they are charged with three competing prioritin the safety and security of the funeral ceremonies itself and the almost 2 million people that are descending upon london to mourn. they also have to coordinate the security for the 30 heads of state that will be attending the event, as well as the over 500 dignitaries that are planning on attending. and finally, they have to continue to maintain the safety and security of city of london at large. gi again, it's one of the largest cities of the world and they have to maintain civil order and address any criminal activity that arises.
all of this combined creates a significant challenge to the metropolitan police service. however, the advantage is they have been planning for decades and modernizes to address the changing threat dynamics. >> it's going to demand an immense amount of resources to say the least, too, right? i'm wondering what you think of the arrangements for president biden, all that goes into that with so many people crowded into london, not just people wanting to see the queen but also some 500 dignitaries from around the world. that's a lot of security details. >> it really is. and, you know, oftentimes when i was a secret service agent, we would have these large-scale events such as the u.n. general assembly, the inauguration. and the challenge that law enforcement in britain is facing is the same that the secret service has when they're
coordinating events is that sometimes the convergence of a lot of law enforcement and security entities can actually, you know, be detractive, not additive to the security plan. finding the right balance of how to aemploy security measures in the right area is almost an art, not a science here. you have to address the threat environment and basically put those security forces to address what you know is the most pressing needs. and for the president of the united states coming in, if it was a regular visit, you'd have a lot of assets and resources put towards the protection of the president but there are 30 other heads of state. the allocation is really thin right now and presents a
significant challenge. >> a busy few days ahead for this security presence. it's not just the queen t's funeral. soon after that they're headed to the general assembly. >> thanks, boris. >> of course. >> we're going to be watching the queen's state funeral very closely all over cnn tomorrow. special live coverage from london starting at 5 a.m. the country and the world remembering queen elizabeth h i. stay with us. "new day" cocontinues in just a moment. what's the #1 retinol brand used most by dermatologists?
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some voices and broke some mics on that one. 53 yards for the wins, students storm the field and chaos ensues. final minute, liberty down 7. they have to heave it to the end zone. the ball pops back and what do you know, demario douglas comes down with a touchdown liberty. they're now down one and coach says let's go for two and the win but coach gets burned. c.j. can't punch it in on the reverse. and cal at notre dame, irish plenty used to hail marys. watch this ball bounce around for what seems to be an eternity. the bears grab it. it barely touches the ground. notre dame survives, giving
coach his first win. >> finally, happy head coach outside of waco, texas. he asked for his mic. >> my question is does my girl friend erika want to be my wife. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, congratulations to coach, to new fiancee and to his team. they got the win in the final five seconds. >> there we go, boris. >> i like that. that was pretty creative. >> i love to see that. >> those announcer in the appalachia state game, the pitch -- >> you need some tea as well. your voice is a little scratchy. >> you know what we also need, coy? >> some syracuse highlights. come on. >> it was a roller coaster ride
of eemotion. you need to put your request in early. >> the next hour of "new day" starts right now. good and happy morning to you all. welcome to your "new day." it is sunday, september 18th. i'm amber walker. >> good morning. i'm boris sanchez. thank you so much for starting your week with us. we appreciate having you. up first, honoring the queen. dozens of world leaders are c converging on london. >> president biden and the first lady arrived last night. they will attend a reception for visiting leaders