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that breaking news is taking place in southern california, a small plane crashed on to i-405 near john wayne airport in santa ana. >> two people on board the plane survived, but were hurt. the plane suddenly crashed you can see the huge explosion. it clipped a center divider before coming to a stop right in the southbound lanes. >> let's take a live look from our sister station live over the scene. the crash has brought traffic along the busy highway to a
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standstill, this is right next to you are vine, one of the biggest cities for business in orange county. right next to the airport, it's delayed airline travelers flying to and from john wayne airport. >> it's a scary scene. we'll be following this throughout the day. >> kristen is off today. our other top story this midday is the holiday weekend vacation from nerves and crowds. all signs point to this being one of the busiest fourth of july holidays we've ever seen. >> tiffany wilson live in emeriville with what could be a record setting weekend. hi, tiffany. >> not quite gridlock yet, there is a slowdown, and it's only expected to get worse. aaa predicts 44 million
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americans will go 20 miles from home. >> my kids wanted to go on a vacation. so we went to hawaii for the first time. >> how do you feel about it? >> terrified. >> karina is scared of planes, but she doesn't mind the crowds. >> i'm excited to get away for a while. >> adventure waits for this man and his puppy as well. >> i'm going to drive up there pretty much all day tomorrow. >> he's gearing up for gridlock on his journey north. >> others are opting out of holiday travel entirely. >> i'm going to stay home and do nothing. >> you say that with a smile. >> yeah, because everyone else will be out there, and i'll be at home relaxing. >> she's got a point. the folks at ways found the worst time to drive is today
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between 2:00 and 4:00. and tuesday the 4th between 3:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon. you can avoid it or -- >> you have to get through it. >> yeah, we will just have to suffer through that traffic, if you are hitting the roads, one thing to remember, we've seen a lot of people ticketed this morning officers are out. remember to drive safely this holiday weekend. >> thank you, tiffany. from the roads to the skies. it's expected to be a busy travel day at sfo. the clouds and fog look ominous today. >> hi, reggie. we have great news for folks flying in if and out of sfo. the faa lifted the arrival delay. they were averaging 78 minutes, right now, you see the green light, you're good to go. if you're taking to the air you're good, how about the rest of california.
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take a look at the weather. a few coastal clouds. elsewhere it's tons of sunshine. anywhere from a cool 58 in eureka to a hot 111 in palm springs. take you into tahoe if you're headed there. the weekend fantastic, nothing but sunshine, temperatures on the mild side in the 80s even through the fourth of july. we'll take a look at how it's shaping up here coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> for just the fourth time ever, skiers and snowboarders will be able too hit the slope at squaw valley for the fourth of july holiday. officials say there's still 100 inches of snow at the summit. they have live music paying tribute to the jerry garcia band. whether you're 4i9ing the slopes or staying closer to home, stay on top of the holida weekend forecast with the abc 7 accuweather app.
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download it for free and get weather updates on the go. it's the first full day of president trump's travel ban, there's a lot of confusion surrounding how it's going to be enforce enforced. the state of hawaii challenging the order in court. >> reporter: immigration attorneys are here, we just checked in with them. they think things are pretty calm, they do plan on having one of the attorneys stay here throughout the day, and having other ones on call overnight. just in case somebody wants legal help. >> no protests this morning at sfo. that could change later today. protesters promised to be back at the airport protesting the ban. >> we have relatives considering travels from community groups who are wondering, what this means for people who come from the same country as them. the confusion has been on going.
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>> the policy prevents people from somalia the sudan from entering the u.s. without a bona fide relationship too someone in the u.s. hawaii's attorney general followed an emergency motion asking a federal judge to collar phi the ban. we spoke to those waiting for relatives internationally. >> i can't take it completely positive. if our loved ones are not allowed to come here, it would affect us in a way -- >> the trump administration made a change to the policy saying fiancees will now be considered close family members and allowed to travel to the u.s. some people are giving the trump administration the benefit of the doubt. >> i know it's a hardship. i think it's good.
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>> reporter: it's possible there could be more modifications to the ban in the days to come. the judge has given federal government lawyers until monday to respond to the court filing. reporting live from sfo. abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> new this morning, the trump administration has begun a new surge initiative targeting parents who paid to have their children illegally brought to the u.s. the goal is to dismantle human smuggling operations. they are going after parents, relatives and other adults who paid guys known as coyotes to escort kids across the border. the wave will send a wave of fear through communities. >> the feud continues right now between the president and a pair of cable news hosts. the morning joe anchors firing back at president trump's insults yesterday. now the president is firing back at the firing back.
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emily is sorting through the fight that seems to have taken up all the oxygen in the room. >> we apologize for that, we're having a little difficulty with that video. we're going turn now to learning more about yesterday's deadly crash on highway 37. arthur della ray was killed in that crash. it happened around 3:00 p.m. near atherton avenue. a truck slammed in the back of this sedan. he was a passenger in the car that got hit and he died at the scene. and the driver is recovering from serious injurie, the vehicle was the one that was hit in the crash. new this morning, a big change coming to the danville police department. lieutenant allen shields is being promoted to police chief, he takes over the department next saturday. shields is replacing simmp kins who has a new position with the contra costa sheriff's office.
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he has served as the administrative lieutenant since 2013 before joining the danville police department he worked for the sheriff's office and the u.s. air force. >> callers posing as police officers. >> neighbors ban together trying to save their homes in san jose, what they did the moment they saw flames and smoke. >> you may be wondering how could this be a fire hazard, they're fidget the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now,
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going to get back now to the new developments in the showdown between president trump and the morning joe anchors. emily roux reports. >> i think it's been fascinating and frightening and really sad for our country. >> mika brzezinski on morning joe this morning, delaying her vacation to respond to president trump's tweets thursday ridiculing her intellect and appearance. >> it does worry me about the country. >> the insulting presidential tweets coming after brzezinski criticized the president mocking him for having small hands. president trump typing out his retort. low i.q. crazy mika, along with psycho joe came to mar-a-lago around new year's day. >> she denied she had a face lift and was bleeding. >> the national enquirer is
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going to run a negative story against you guys. and they said if you call the president up and apologize for your coverage, then he will pick up the phone and basically spike the story. >> president trump taking to twitter to respond. he called me to stop a national enquirer article i said no, bad show. his white house staff still not backing down. >> i endorse the president's right to fight back, when he is being mercifully attacked and the airways are filled with raw sewage about him and his fitness for office. >> they have no knowledge or involvement in any discussion between the white house and joe and mika. fire officials are still looking into the cause of four fires that broke out on mount
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hamilton yesterday. in total, 85 acres of land burned near grant lake. it took firefighters about two hours to put the flames under control. they were already use iing cont burns. these are the kinds of neighbors you want to have around, if your neighborhood suddenly catches fire. a five acre fire very close to homes. this is off north capital avenue a few blocks from mayberry road. neighbors didn't wait for firefighters to get there, they jumped into action. >> we want to have hoses for our neighbors at home, and we all just grabbed each other's hoses. >> i hope nobody's home would burn. and the wind kept shifting, so you never knew where it was going. >> the fire department did not end up having to evacuate any homes, they did get the wildlife center of silicon valley a mandatory order. the san jose fire department said the flames didn't damage
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any structures or homes. parents, if your kids play with fidget spinners, a warning this morning about the popular toy, the consumer product safety commission is investigating two cases where spinners with internal batteries burst into flames while charging. they powered the toy's bluetooth speakers, no one was hurt in those incidents. parents are being warned not to charge these toys while sleeping. they were already on the cpsc radar because children can choke on the small parts. a consumer scam callers are posing as police officers. callers claim they have a warrant for the residents arrest, and they're demanding payment and gift cards in order to avoid arrest. the scammers are doing this by altering your caller i.d., to make it seem like it's coming from the sfpd none emergency
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number. authorities say they would never call to demand payment and threaten to arrest you. if you get one of these calls hang up right away, and then call 311 to file a harassing phone report. perfect recipe for the weekend, music, food and fun. >> all three coming to golden gate park for an event with california flair. we have a sneak peek of that and other events around the bay. drew tuma is coming up wi
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good morning, i'm drew tuma with your accuweather forecast.
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right along the immediate coastline, we have stubborn clouds out there. that's the white ingratiating you see on your screen. we're slowly clearly to the coast. a live look at san jose and the south bay, you have sunshine there, nice and bright, your temperatures are responding accordingly. san jose 54. 61 and gray in oakland. up to 81 in brentwood, and 63, that current number in napa. highs today, very typical summer pattern, wide range in temperatures, depending on where you live. 81 the high in san jose. oakland 66 in san francisco later on, midday sunshine. 9 o in antioch, san rafael up to 91 degrees. folks playing volleyball on the beach, just beginning to get busy. this will be a popular place later on today, the clouds are eroding as we speak. 73 the high in santa cruz. ocean water temperature 55.
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that uv index is extreme, wear that sunscreen, your skin unprotected can burn. going to be a nice day today, a lot of sunshine, 86 degrees later on this afternoon, it's not excessively hot, a similar forecast in terms of sky cover forethe marin county. total sunshine, and 3:00 in the afternoon, 79 degrees. earn joy all the stares out there today. if you're headed to oakland coliseum. about 66 degrees first pitch. and 59 degrees as the game wraps up, overnight tonight, we'll see a lot of 50s on the board, a little bit of fog on the coast. plenty of stars along the coast. it will be a quiet night. i want to jump ahead, show you the 12 hour planner, sunshine and really comfortable conditions will dominate much of the afternoon, however, in true typical bay fashion, the fog will return along the coast and the bay for the fireworks. take note of that.
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here's the accuweather 7-day forecast, plan the next 7 days for you. really minor fluctuations in our temperatures over the holiday weekend. the fourth, the day looking bright, we'll get that fog rolling back in, and a little change over wednesday and thursday. it's going to be nice for the fourth. not too hot, not too cold. >> we need some sunshine in the city. >> you know you between 12:30 and 2:30 you have to run outside? >> yes. >> you have one hour. >> i'm going to be calling you thanks, drew. what do you get if you combine music, the summer of love and tasty food? we hope a good weekend. to spend this holiday weekend from our partners at hood line. >> the west coast largest free jazzfest will feature two days of fine arts, gourmet food and plenty of diverse music.
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>> the festival is part of our cultural dna here, music is part of our history, our cultural history, we want to celebrate that not only celebrate it with the existing residents, but we want to show the new residents of san francisco the cultural history of this area. >> summer of love classics will be reinterpreted from a jazz point of view, artists who have been playing the festival for over 20 years will provide the smooth soundtrack to the weekend. ♪ fillmore jazz festival is saturday and sunday between jackson and eddie. if you happen to like oysters with your live music head to oysterfest saturday from 11:00 to 6:00 in golden gate park. the lineup includes passion pick, fresh oysters from all coasts and food trucks for the
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nonoyster lovers too. all that festival going will have you craving a sweet treat. check out the new ice cream shop. they have a selection of gourmet flairs and cones. ice cream stuffed inside a warm glazed doughnut. for more, go to our website. >> ice cream in a doughnut? >> yeah, that made me hungry. >> why are we still here? >> we're helping you coast into the weekend with our most adorable segment of the
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coming up at 4:00, getting ready for fire. cal bay is on high alert ahead of the fourth of july weekend. how a lot of money and patience is finally paying off in contra costa county. it's friday and time for our favorite segment, perfect pet. >> our perfect pet today is a dog from the alameda animal shelter, he's a 10-year-old bassett hound terrier mix. he's really mellow, he would do best in a family looking for a
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