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closer look there. you can see it's been taped off, and a lot of officers there investigating. this is the san francisco ocean view neighborhood where it all happened. >> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm kristen sze. thanks for joining us. details are just coming from the scene about exactly what happened in that neighborhood. >> this incident happened on cap hall avenue about a block from the ocean view rec center. >> sky 7 is above the home where the violent confrontation happened. for the latest on the investigation, abc 7 news reporter vic lee is live on the phone. vic? >> reporter: well, we don't have anything officially from police yet, but what we are giving you is sourced information, information from good reliable sources that we've been able to talk to, and as i give you this information you are seeing shots from sky 7 over the crime scene. first of all, chp officer from redwood city, as you said, is at san francisco general. we want to stress that his injuries we're told are not
considered life-threatening. we are learning that this started out as a stolen car, autoburglary operation by the san mateo county task force. daily city, chp and perhaps other police jurisdictions from san mateo county were involved in this operation. they were chasing a stolen white van. the chase ended up here on montana and faxon streets in the ocean side district, as you said. the van crashed into a house, we're told, at the far end of this block. we don't know who fired the shots, the chp officer or the daily city police officer, but we are told that this is definitely an officer-involved shooting, that that's how they -- the san francisco police department is investigating this incident. we interviewed a woman, by the way, who saw the chase from the corner and she said that white van and another car, that they were going at high speeds.
they turned the corner at montana, and they ended up in a crash at the end of the street. a san francisco police is apparently the lead agency at these because this is san francisco and the other agencies daily city, chp are assisting. that's the very latest from the crime scene here in the oceanside district. we will, of course, bring you more information as we get it. we're awaiting for the police cio to come back here and brief us. >> thanks very much for the continued reporting on it. look live from sky 7 from the scene which is a pretty significant incident that. officer was injured but not life-threatening injuries which is good news. you can see the really banged-up silver car in the center of your screen and the center of the story as you look live now from sky 7. >> a reminder that the roads that may be closed while they
investigate. right now let's go to abc 7 news reporter carolyn tyler live at the hospital. carolyn? >> reporter: well, this all went down just before 4:00 this afternoon, and we have video showing you this chp officer being wheeled in to the emergency room here at san francisco general hospital. again, this laid out some of this, but we're told that this officer was with the stanley mateo county aurt theft task force and he's not expected to suffer any kind of life-threatening injuries. as he was being taken from the oceanview recreational center, the ambulance was surrounded by eight or ten of the chp officers. we're told he's being treated
right now for his injuries and some of the officers are still here on seen witting to see how things in turn out. again, north natalie, not serious injuries for this chp officer. he's expected to be okay. carolyn cuyler, abc 7 news. >> all right. thank you, carolyn. of course, this is all developing very quickly, and we are going to stay on top of this breaking news on the abc 7 news app. we already sent out a push alert not too long ago and if you download it and enable push allots you'll get update on your mobile device. >> it happened just past midnight. police say a man kepted of driving a stolen car slammed head on into the patrol car. the driver put the stolen car in reverse and was about to ram the other officers vehicle and they
felt they had to use their nirms to defend another. officer's life. >> the officer in the consider suffered a minor injury and the stolen car was found an hour within the scene. oakland police were investigating a shooting on 35th avenue just before 1:00 a.m. when a car kraflg very fast plowed into the squad guards, one of those in -- had a rough week. they were shot the. >> and another information on a becamous -- nate hane shue was one of the twoman responsible for he was also one of the four
officers involved in the controversial shooting of alex nieto in march of 2014. a federal jury exonerated the office others involved in the nieto surgery. a mother and baby the subject of an am bert alert yesterday have been found safe hundreds of miles away in the sierra. guerneville police say little henry massy was taken by his mother 35-year-old hannah ashley on sunday morning. she did not have legal custody of the boy. there's the mother's face. both were found just after 3:00 this afternoon in downeyville in sierra county. the mother is now in police custody, and the babe is under the care of state protective services. a key piece of -- watch this. security videos shows a suspect repeatedly pushing
worker. the guys who did this got away without any money and no one was seriously sglurt a woman suffered only minor or moderate injuries today after she told officers she jumped out of a speeding car on the oakland freeway. police have not said why she jumped. the woman told officers the car was a maroon-color sedan driven by a man she knows. the chp is looking for witnesses. two contra costa fire fighters are under arrest after a brawl early sunday. it happened at the marriott walnut creek. hours after the second annual firefighters ball. police said when they arrived one man attacked. both officers face disciplinary charges. >> it's officially game day and now the warriors are among the
for warriors fans the long four-month wait is finally over. the team is going up against the spurs to officially begin the new season. >> pretty exciting. it's a marquee tipoff for a team that added superstar kevin durant and now looks poised to be at the top of the nba. we have live team coverage for you tonight. >> abc 7 sports director larry beil sin side oracle arena and inside is laura anthony. laura, fans are so excited. >> reporter: hi, kristen.
a lot of excitement building out here outside oracle arena. folks are lining up to get into the arena. not quite opening doors for about half an hour here. now the warriors players are not talking at all about what a big season this could be or about redemption from last season or even the possibility of a perfect season, but their fans are. >> and to have this team, incredible, almost like having a dream team. >> reporter: may be a dream team to their finance and many around the nba, but as the warriors players embark on a new season they are trying to keep their expectations in check. >> we may or may not win a chomps this year. it doesn't change my mentality and how i'm going to approach this year. >> some >> k.d.! >> the energy is, you know, is contagious, man. you can feel it.
you can tell and once you get a shot or a stop or a nice block or big play happens, you can feel the energy in the building. >> go, warriors. >> thank you, thank you. >> reporter: here at jacqueline and square, fans were gearing up for the season with free t-shirts and signs. >> warriors will be oakland's team no matter what. a bay area team. we're excited about the warriors starting and excited about the brand new team. >> the t-shirts may be free but the tickets for tonight's game one at oracle not so much. how much are you willing to spend. >> >> oh, i don't know. it's judged off of the seats that i see up there. >> reporter: hundreds? >> reporter: oh, it's going to be 100. >> what did you hear about the warriors tickets? >> the 9509 for one. >> reporter: any idea where that seat is? >> no, i hear 200. >> reporter: just talked to a gentleman here who purchased a ticket that was released just within the past couple of hours
for $117. that was an upper level seat. the website vividseats looks at median prices across the league and say the warrior tickets are the highest medium priced ticket for $186 a seat. you can get a lower level seat courtside tonight for just over $3,000. live at oracle arena, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> that shows you their popularity. thanks, laura. >> sports detector larry beal is inside. >> what do the war worse threat about that. >> welly glad inform a press was and the major acquisition is kevin duranted a the perception among they are the villages, the
bad guys for this acquisition and you lock hat this squad you don't see a lot of villains on the roster. one guy that's familiar with that tag is draymond green because oimd likes to about mix it up. it'sing are to see -- to and sees a bad can i or a billage as for draymond, it meter. it's about getting on the court and getting between the lines and performing and if you're winning games or not winning games, that's what matters so i don't think that team is looking and saying hey, villains, let's do it. >> still waiting for the stars to begin their warmups. warriors initially on the far side hear at oracle because the spurs have a preference. one of the few teams in the
logue that like to actually warm up on this side of the court. normally that's reserved for the war roars in pregame. lot more coming up at 6:00. a chat with warriors general manager bob meyers. for now that's a wrap from oracle arena. larry beil, abc 7 sports. all right. larry, thank you so much. kevin durant has yet to play his first regular season game as a warrior but he's already proving to be a champion to deserving children. >> yeah, durant announced today he's part of the my brothers keeper success mentor's initiative aimed at promoting the importance of mentorship especially in the minority community. he's featured in a video supporting the organization. >> support my brother's keeper and visit mentor.gov. >> durant says the support of mentors helped ensure he graduated from high school and pursued those dreams. look where that's gotten him. >> k.d. has tloench himself into
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geyserville and gerberville, the last of the system that came through and brought us rain. the rainfall really varied in 1/100th and -- and you'll notice just under a tenth and public had an inch of rain. livermore, santa rhodess and in terms of rainfall. shrouds are stacked up and the temperatures upper 60s in san francisco and nice and mild and mountaianvie mountianview, san jose and a look at the sfo cameras where clouds are still linger. temperatures in the 60s and 80s from santa rosa to livermore. they received a little bit of sun earlier. clouds are starting to thicken up again. a short break arrives tomorrow and it will bring heavy rain at times for the afternoon and
evening hours. tomorrow morning starting you out in the 50s we'll see some clouds around but it is going to be dry for your wednesday afternoon. temperatures a lot like today. mid-60s at the beaches and mid-70s inland. then get ready for a 2 on our storm impact scale. a moderate strength storm. thursday going into friday we'll have rain, heavy at times, 1 to 2 inches expected for the wettest spots so starts to move in and light to moderate for the morning commute. 8:00 a.m. yellows popping up san mateo coast and heavier rain in the burn areas, loma fire and could be seeing debris floes and mud slidesed a 12:00 p.m. going through the afternoon hours and pretty widespread for the evening commute. pretty messy. thursday night still widespread, moderate to heavy at times and your friday morning commute will
include scattered showers before things wind down and another system comes in late friday night going into late saturday. this next system will bring one to two inches in the north bay and also the santa cruz mountains. the south bay could see up to half an inch of rain. accuweather seven-day forecast. download the abc 7 news app to track all the storms. i'll try break it down for you. dry tomorrow and next system a 2 on our storm impact scale on thursday and brings us heavy rain. a moderate strength storm and carries over into friday which is a 1, scattered showers. the weekend storm is a saturday/sunday event. it's going to be wet and breezy. not a washout for sunday, a few showers and then a third system comes in on halloween. it's also a one and that will bring us some more rain for monday. they get progressively weaker in case you're wondering so the one for thursday is the strongest of the series, dan and kristen. >> thanks very much. still ahead, a plane crash
in contra costa county and just ahead on "world news" with david muir. >> pilots, crew and suddenly falling ill. the emergency landing. the deadly accident at an amusement park, a ride so many of us have been on and a warning tonight about something worn by so many this halloween. i'll see you right here after abc 7 news. >> rolling out the welcome robots. robots. new at 6:00, how the important step forward. the time is long overdue... pharmaceutical industry. passes - and i thank the people of california for putting it on the ballot. denny's knows the holidays should be shared with friends and family. and i thank the people of california for putting it on the ballot. except denny's all-new holiday pancakes. you won't want to share those with anybody. denny's new fluffier, tastier, better pancakes now in holiday flavors.
it is time for the pharmaceutical industry to stop the entire nation is looking at california. let's go forward together. thank you all very much. in contra costa county smoke billows from a pit in the ground. that's all that's left after a plane crash this afternoon. now, let's show you a map to give you a better idea of where this happened. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley has more. >> the extent of the debris field. no one else was on board this
beechcraft single-engine plane that as it came down grazed high tension power lines and smashed into this inaccessible canyon off kirker pass road near pittsburgh. >> reporter: the neighbors reported seeing a plane coming and spiraling down out of the air and then they saw some smoke come up from back in the area other. >> fire investigators say body parts are scattered across a wide debris field they found smouldering. >> due to the nature of the terrain of where the incident was at we brought out an engine to get further up into the area. there was a significant debris field and damage to the plane. >> reporter: the faa is on the scene as is the coroner's office. ntsb investigators will arrive tonight. "the east bay times" reports that the pilot took off from amador county and flew into concord's buchanan field last week and took off today at 12:30 when something catastrophic happened to bring that plane down with such intense force. i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news.
new video shows off drone-based program that could save an endangered ferret in montana. scientists are using to drop peanut butter flavored food pellets that have vaccines. they are being eaten by prairie dogs. the population has been designated by a non-native disease. conservationists hope by saving the prairie dog they will help save the ferret in turn. >> a truck driver unhooks a seat belt and leaves the cab. we'll explain what's happening next. >> and thanks to viewer hadley for this instagram video of dogs at the alameda naval base. aren't those things sweet. share your pictures with us on social media. >>
newscast, an officer-involved shooting that injured two people including a chp officer. also at 6:00, meet two women who share similar tragedies but two different views on the death penalty and two initiatives on the november ballot. and facebook goes back to school and trying to create more places to live for its employees near its menlo park headquarters. all that have stories and more coming up on "abc 7 news at 6:00." >> we'll bet you a cold beer that our final story raised a lot of eyebrows. >> last weekend a self-driving truck olto teamed up with anheuser-busch to successfully deliver a semi tractor full of beer from ft. collins to colorado springs. >> get this, the driver spent the majority of the 120-mile trip watching from his sleeper berth. colorado does not require drivers to stay behind the wheel of eyton muss vehicles. >> otto is owned by uber and provides this video. >> that's the way everything is going but it's a little weird to
watch. >> right. >> a little nervous as you're driving past t."world tonight, breaking news. the emergency in midair. the passenger jet taking off from the u.s. the pilots and the entire crew suddenly falling ill. the pilot then declaring a medical emergency at 37,000 feet. on edge. the manhunt at this hour, now statewide. two dead, two officers shot. the officer who managed to shoot back. and where is the suspect now? donald trump telling supporters, we are winning. and what trump asked his workers to do in front of the cameras today. then, taking aim at obamacare. and colin powell tonight, revealing he's voting for hillary clinton. the deadly ride. what we've now learned tonight, after four were killed on the kind of ride so many of us have been on. saving his life. someone who saw something and