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screen. that is where people began leaving their homes when evacuation orders went out before 5:00 this evening. it is now safe for them to return. offcials haven't said what sparked the fire, it began just before 2:00 this afternoon. >> good evening i'm dan ashley. >> i'm deon lynn. fire crews made more progress today against the flames and more evacuation orders have been lifted. >> napa valley officials lifted evacuation for parts of green valley road. people who live in geyser vil and oakmont santa rosa are being let me home. >> in sonoma county search and rescue teams still comb through burn areas looking for missing people. >> the tubbs fire 82% contained. the pock fire 83%. the nones fire is contained and
the atlas fire up to 77% contained. 11,000 firefighters on the front lines battling these places. this afternoon in napa county, firefighters said 245,000 acres in total burned statewide in the last nine days. the head of fema in the north bay as the disaster transitions into recovery phase. >> california's a special state, beautiful place. we have to be working diligently for many years today. seeing the urban nature of a wild fire and what it can do to hundreds of homes in an area, you don't see that very often and it's pretty disturbing. >> we'll be meeting with governor brown tomorrow. >> we are getting a broader view tonight of the sheer devastation caused by the wildfires. abc reporter wayne freedmon took an aerial tour and joins us live in fountaingrove that area of
california. wayne. >> reporter: less than an hour ago crews from the counties was doing a house to house search looking for anyone left behind. we believe this area is clear. you might see here a macro view. at ground level we're beginning to run outside of words. up close this is fountaingrove. and now, a broader view from a higher plane. >> hearing about it i didn't think it was that big, in the residential areas at least. now seeing it was unbelievable. >> reporter: that was u.s. air force reserve staff sergeant brad, from auburn after he escorted us into a helicopter that took us on a sobering aerial tour of the fire zones. >> it's a landscape that looks familiar until suddenly you fly over a burned area and then it's
waste land. this is what remains of cotton park. t looks flat end from above. and that's the first fly over of many. now above an active fire air, white smoke sending a not so subtle signal that here in the rough country flames continue to have their way. up front, kim compared this to what he's seen in afghanistan and iraq. those places were tough he told us, but this is home. it's not his first taste of american tragedy this year. >> a few weeks ago we were in florida working hurricane recovery. so, you know in either scenario you start thinking about what it would be like to be that person with that loss. it's remarkable, it's god to be a tough stop to be in. >> reporter: more like tough spots in california on day nine. big, black billowing ones. above the fire zone with the
national guard, wayne freedmon, abc 7 news. >> the danger still remains, sky 7 shows you an area of devastation. among the ruins a lot of toxic debris. katy leave with a look at the ruin there. >> reporter: fema flew over today much like wayne did to tour the destruction. there's not a lot the people can do on the ground. much of the other neighborhoods are in the same boat. officials are trying to figure out what to do with all of it. what administrator did urge people to do was register with fema at a local civic center. hundreds of survivors line up for help. >> i need to get a passport and
i need to sign up with fema. >> reporter: volunteers hand out food, water, even stuffed animals. >> these -- >> reporter: amber mccarthy and son ed city stopped in to research relief options. >> little people that need to get back to life, huh? >> yeah. >> reporter: they escaped the area of cotton park. >> houses of full of all kinds of different chemicals when they burn, it leaves a lot of residue. that's the first priority is removing that material and getting it disposed properly. >> reporter: >> going to be here through the fire suppression feeds but also we'll continue to support californians through their
recovery. getting people back on their property short-term in terms of care and shelter. >> reporter: he says he's never seen a fire like this. >> this is a tremendous event for an urban area which is scary. we got a lot to do. >> reporter: in santa rosa. actions 7 news. >> abc 7 weather anchor christian spencer has a look. >> it's going to help lot more in the weekend as we have rain coming our way. current conditions in dublin, 76 degrees. it is quite dry. the wind is light. over near the bear fire in the santa cruz mountains, winds also light there. north bay, we have six major fires burning, but in each location the wind surface is under 10 miles per hour. that's all good news.
i'll show you the rain coming our way later. now on to an only on 7 upstate for you. another family come forward questioning weather very rayna senior living has an evacuation plan in place. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow first broke the story on thursday and reported on friday. the department of social services opened investigations into the facility. only on 7 tonight, she spoke with one family member who helped rescue six families from the retirement home. >> reporter: mark described wheeling his mother health lone from the retirement home. >> when i looked at those people, visions of the titanic
going down. >> these aren't people who can walk out on their own and get in a car and leave, they need help. >> reporter: people in wheelchairs, some with zplen sha. cathy says there were three people there at the facility when they arrived around 2:00 a.m. >> we asked them if they had a evacuation plan because we wanted to help out. they said no. >> i wasn't taught it if they do. >> thankfully we did a wonderful job because you got to realize for all the residence there were just four of us. >> reporter: andrey and cathy says there was no back up generator running. they had to rescue people in the dark. >> a statement delivered from abc 7 news says quote, with you of our community has back up plans. we have back-up generators on
site. >> reporter: oakmont sister senior living told us were unable to retrieve every one of our vehicles due to fire damage. and the fire alarm was quited at 12:30 a.m. when the the fire wasn't posing any danger. >> i wasn't really paying attention what was burning how it was burning, i was focused on how to get the hell out of there. >> as was cathy who along with other family's returned used a trailer hitch to break the class into capris after their looked outside for rescues the residence. >> reporter: all residence are accounted for and safe. and wild fire in the santa cruz mountains forced people from their home today.
abc 7 was near boulder creek as flames were hit from the air. 150 structures are threatened, four have been destroyed. the evacuation zone threatened people southwest of highway 35. people in the area say they grabbed what they could and got out fast. >> the packing up is a frantic time. >> grabbing pass ports, phones, forgot the chargers. we're here with our kids and dogs that's all that matters. and the panic of getting out of house is over. >> so far the fire has burned 200 acres and is 5% contained. abc 7 was in marine county when a fire broke out. it started about a mile north of robert williams tunnel. some nearby residence did evacuate for a short time but back in their homes. drivers faced a range on highway
101. right now a sacred religious text is making an international journey home. >> a send off from the bay area that this group of faithful say is unprecedented. >> it feels great to be able too support someone whose lost everything. >> a group of student learn a lesson about loss and the power of kindness. >> look at all this generosity and this is just the water in one location.
torah is returning it to its home. abc 7 vick lee with a story you'll only see on abc 7. >> the torah was allowed through after a personal screening. the sacred hebrew bible is receiving the vip treatment from the united airlines to the checked repub. the 200 year torah has been -- a village or jews were plurded by the nazis during world war ii. the original artifacts destroyed. but the torah survived after the war and made its way to the westminster synagogue in london from there to europe. the jewish community has rebuilt itself. >> we'll help restore this stroll to kosher status and help
bring it home. >> these are the ten commandments right here. >> reporter: all of this is an incredible incidents. his family fled. this was their synagogue torah. >> i read from it myself for 20 something years never knowing that. >> if you look closely you can see some of the letters are fadesed and cracked at the top. >> the torah still need restoring, something don't in its new home during a ceremony in sunday. in the meantime its journey will be a comfortable one. and it's own boarding pass. vick lee, abc 7 news. a con zero of trucks and trailers filled with supplies is part of the support for wildfire victims. lesley brinkley is live with us right now with a look at how student in the valley are helping. you got some friends with you
lesley? >> reporter: i sure do. this is basically a sanctuary here with over 700 animals being cared for 24/7 by ffa students, that's future farmers of america. those goats and llama were all trapped in areas of fire zone, they were all rescued and now have no home to go home too. a flock of chickens, goats galore, no one knows their names. >> they were rescued off of fire zones from atlas fire. some came from california near calistoga. >> all these animals, if we wouldn't have got up and had this facility all these animals wouldn't be here. >> reporter: but they need to eat. and central valley ffa students trucked in three truck loads of supplies like hay and feed
today. special dplielivery. >> when you're driving up here on the highway you see vineyards burned all the way to the ground. it's great to support someone who's just loss everything. >> someone like tray hen nas. >> seeing the trailers roll up and kids jumped out to help it's s amazing. >> reporter: tray's family lost their home it burned to the ground. but there's more to cope with, santa rosa high school's farm burned down. >> we lost the house, we lost -- it's a 62-acre facility, we lost all of the pasture land. we lost the two barns that had all our kids' supplies. >> it'll be replaced eventually with the help of fellow ffa students. >> they all had compassion and
this was just compassion put to work. >> here at the vintage high school farm in napa valley. these animals are being cared for but there are also injured animals, those that suffered burn injuries in the fire, they're being cared for by the students here. along with uc davis, that student. reporting live in napa, i'm lesley brinkley, abc 7 news. today in santa rosa, michael fenny with 7 on your side is at the fairgrounds to help people affected by the wild fire. michael is live tonight. michael lot of important resources out there. >> reporter: it's unbelievable how generous everyone has been with their time, money and their family's wrongings. the guy who's in charge of dealing with this is trevor rig begin. i'm looking around, it seems
overwhelming it's a parking lot full of stuff. >> it's overwhelming generosity. when you look at what the community is there to do, as flames are raising cross the community people are raising their hands to volunteer. they're showing up with supplies. we opened the doors early on monday as the flames were racing across santa rosa and vrtsz were showing up to help us do it. we've had 13,000 people sign up. >> 13,000 since this started? >> 13,000. >> reporter: that is amazing. you had a group of volunteers and a bunch of stuff until you put together boxes that are going out. what's going on? >> we grabbed a few families who were volunteering and said help box for a family. another idea from another volunteer and they worked on this last several days. we've been boxing these up on
pal lets, putting them on our emergency response united stas sending them out. >> reporter: so, these boxes are going out to the neighborhoods? >> that's right. everyone else is staying with friends and family, you talk to anyone in santa rosa or many of the communities rights now, that i have got a lot of friend in their home. >> reporter: i'm being told of that. so, we're going to open up one of these boxes and do it on facebook right now. i'm going to leave channel 7, go over to facebook. reporting live from santa rosa i'm michael fenny, 7 on your side. relief coming in the form of rain, at least that's the hope. >> which is really good news. spencer christian tracking the forecast. >> it may be a modest surge of relief but it's relief nonetheless. the rainfall totals we're expecting with the approaching system coming in late thursday
into friday morning. for santa rosa by about 11:00 p.m., thursday we're expecting up to .05 inch of rain. that'll be helpful in the fire fighting effort. here's a look at live doppler 7. you can see right now we don't have cloud cover over the bay area. we have small clouds forming over the coast right now. this is the view, post-sunset sky from our emoryville camera, stunning view. it's still poor in the north bay, inland and south central bay. it's moderate in the central bay. here's a view from our rooftop camera here, looking at partly cloudy skies. 60 degrees in san francisco. oakland 63.
69 in mountain view, and san jose. gilmore 77. check out this again from emoryville. nevada 63, 75 fairfield. 82 concord and 86 liver more. another view from our camera san francisco looking at lolts of blue skies. showers will arrive late thursday. cooler more humid thursday through friday. turning warmer over the weekend once the front passes through. over night look for hazy conditions with fog near the coast, traveling locally out on the bay. low temperatures upper 40s to low 50s. tomorrow under hazy skies by bright skies. low 60s at the coast, low 7 os at the bay and upper 70 inland. the storm ranks 1 on impact scale. light showers will fall over the
most of the bay area. some areas we can see a little bit of rain and hopefully a lot more. the rain at that point will be confined to the north bay and points long the coastline. it will spread eastward and south ward. over the area it will be cold enough to support a little snowfall. for the entire region under a tenth of an inch. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast, the weekend warm up a little. inland moving into the mid to upper 80s in late october. >> you got my attention with the "snow" word. are you ready for the return
of the warriors? we're taking a live look at oracle (hard exhalation) honey? can we do this tomorrow? (grunts of effort) can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms, your risk of hospitalization could increase, making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven, in the largest heart failure study ever, to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto.
larry. >> reporter: there's a game of rockets for the season opener but there's also a service coming up at 7:15. we've been squeezing all the staffers trying to get some idea on what the new rings look like. nobody has seen them. the rings given out in 2015 they were enormous. six carats, amazing. >> i've never wore my rings. i worth them one time i wen to a halloween party. i had five at the time before i game a coach. all five, i was eminem for halloween. the only time i've ever worn them. >> i've worn them three times. it's way too big to wear. it's a cool idea but actually executing is not very good. >> reporter: i'm sure the new rings will be equally impressive. the warriors are encouraging
people to try to get here early because the ring ceremony will be 45 minutes from now about 7:15. lots more coming up from sports, kevin durant excited to get his ring. and there was an injury that took place in the game earlier in the season. more about that in sports. abc 7, sports. i'm larry beal. the effort is on to save the harvest in the scorched areas of the wine country. >> still ahead a look at the grit and determination of wine employees to save the grapes. detecting what's left in the fire zone. deputies say some would-be looters try to fake their way into areas. >> sad thing to
con tame. the atlas fire is 77% contained. at 5:00 tonight residence of partridge road in napa were allowed back home. the residential part of green grove were lifted but others remain. now an effort to save the grapes. after the wine fire is underway country right now and there's more than bottles of wine at stake. david luey with a look at lively hoods on the line. >> reporter: it has been a tough time for wineries, they need to maintain tanks for temperatures and formation. imagery estate winery had $2 million of wine production when the the fire raced through the area. >> it's very very critical to the quality of what we're doing. >> reporter: it was burning and located three high capacity
generators which he set up. one crisis was solved but another quickly emerged. road blocks and road closures have prevented truckers from bringing in the remainder of the harvested grapes. the sooner their picked the less damage they can have from the smoke. >> taste like ashtray. it's not something we really want. >> reporter: burn any says four employees lost their home but demonstrated grip and determination by coming to work. >> employees at this winery are patient about what they do, they worked all year long growing the grapes, number churing them on the vine. >> reporter: he estimates only 1/4 of the winery are processing grapes. >> their very mature in their prime, hopefully a lot of them can be saved.
we just got somebody wooes beginning to have to evaluate. 14 people have been arrested in sonoma county as officers keep watch in the fire zone for looters. >> over the 14 we had a fake fire trucks, decommissions that someone drove and acted like a fire fighter. we had someone come in in a security jacket pretending to be a fire guard. >> none of those arrested by sheriff's deputy were caught in the act. a 50-year-old man arrested over the weekend. this photo shows some of the stuff officers say he stole. it may be too early for a presidential visit. but some californians are wondering why president trump hasn't taken to his form of communication, twitter to express concern. here's carolin tiler. >> reporter: governor jerry brown call the wild fire
something the -- we have a lot of -- >> we have a lot of people helping government in california. >> on twitter, his favorite method of communication we've heard nothing from mr. trump. californians are taking notice. >> with 41 people dead here in california, with 34,000 evacuated and billion dollars of damage including to california's wine industry, president trump this week has been tweeting about the nfl, about the stock market, he has not mention california on twitter. >> reporter: republican strategist sean wall worked for the the reagan's and bush administration, hess in politics there's a statement, show the love and the money. he believes president trump has shown the money through the emergency decoration. >> what really matters to californians, getting back in their houses, recovered,
reimbursement for firefighters, he's don't that. has he done everything he could from a communication perspective to make people feel good, probably not. >> reporter: john burton a retirement of the state department party calls the wild fire a human catastrophe something worthy of tweeting about. >> longs you're tweeting about everything in the world what would hurt in doing that. >> reporter: california is a blue state and president trump's poll numbers here are not good, but the democrat and republican strategists that we talk to both do not believe politics are at play in his lack of tweeting about the fires. in the newsroom, carolin tyler, abc 7 news. significant progress on other nearby fires. the redwood valley fire is about
60% contained. the fire has blackened 36,000 acres there and being blamed for 8 deaths. the sheriff said all mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. crews close to fully containing the sulfur fire in california. evacuation orders have been lifted by warnings still remain in place. the fires in lake and mendocino counties have destroyed a total of 436 homes. if you see any of wildfire briefs from sonoma county you have seen her face. >> she helps get out critical conditions without saying a word. how's it going down there? that's good. lica misses you.
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the words. jonathan bloom talked to them today. >> reporter: you play not know here name but you know ruth mccannon. she's an interpreter who not only signs she acts. there's something about her you may not know. >> i was born deaf i grew up deaf i went to the school for the deaf. >> reporter: thou she signs for everything. jacobs interprets by herself by critical information calls for a need of speaker. >> her first lange is english mine is sign language. >> so as -- who as the flare and clarity that only a deaf person can. >> people of normal hearing use vocal expression to communicate things. >> some frustrated people take their frustration on these national guard.
we got a lot of trees that fall across the roads that can fall on residence. it's information that everyone needs. were. >> so for deaf people to get it through a native signer is going to make it that much more accessible to them. >> reporter: the interprets came here to serve the community but they didn't expect how grateful the community would be. >> the public feedback is exceptional. we got great comments on facebook. >> reporter: comments from well beyond sonoma county. while they may not be the only presenters here wearing a uniform their goal is the same. >> i'm here to make sure people's lives are saved. >> reporter: in santa rosa jonathan bloom. abc 7 news. if you'd like to help wild fire victims text to donate $10 to the red cross. text the word red cross to the number 90999. call the number on your screen
let's get another check back with michael fenny. >> he's there with resources for wild fire victims and has experts that can help people evacuated get some help that they need. michael. >> reporter: we've been talking to people all day long in offering help, and helping when we can. and we're kind of breaking down right now, wrapping up here. those who have showed up are headed into they're beds for the evening, things are wrapping up. there's one more thing i wanted to talk about, a population that rarely gets recognized during an emergency like that. here to help is karla days she's with the alzheimer association. i can't imagine the pressure being evacuated and having a family member you're concerned with have dementia and that's
happening all over. >> it is happening all over. people in new environments increase their potential to wondering because they're in a new environment, they're scared. we're trying to be available to help families, to check them to services and help find places if they need it. >> reporter: i know you said four wonderers you guys have found and reunit them with their families. what are people to do if they are wondering. >> it's hard to prevent wonders. it's easy to recognize the sign, pacing and anxiety. people with register if they call our help line, 800-232-2000. we can unite them to people there. >> they can grab your information, put it in a
database. thank you so much i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> reporter: we're going to be in napa tomorrow. we're going to be in several locations. if you'll check in on abc7news.com we'll tell you where we are at any given time. if you have any consumer concerns or questions, especially with the fire or the evacuation, please don't hesitate to come by tomorrow and see me. a lot of time, the insurance company have done a fabulous job, fema and all that but there are some thing slip through the crack. reporting live i'm michael fenny. live doppler 7, we have a few high clouds and increasing clouds during the coastline. we'll move along to air quality which has not been good as you know but is improving gradually. it'll be moderate tomorrow except the north bay. by friday we'll have good to moderate air quality across the
region as a front is coming in, bring us some rainfall. on the storm impact scale the storm ranks only to 1. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. clearing up for the weekend and warming up nicely on sunday, monday and tuesday. >> we'll take whatever we can get. stay with us. sports check larry beal with us live. the team the minutes away from getting their championship rings. >> reporter: hey dan. if you're looking for a good ole man for the season check out steph curry with his first shot of the 2017/'18 campaign and would you be if you are in your home or business and you smell gas, your first step is to get out, travel to a safe distance until you can't smell the gas anymore and then call 911.
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on chaup ring night. >> and then they got to refocus very quickly. the rocket team with chris -- and jaime would like to make their own statement on opening night. warriors are a veteran team going through these ceremonies. steph, clay and dra monday all went through it but not everybody has gone through it before. >> for me watching david contest, zaza, mike brown, that's, that's the best part when you see the guys who have been in the league for a long time, who has really really worked hard. >> and kevin as well. >> and kevin that's right. headline curved takes kd for granted. send your tweets now. bang my head in shame. >> or just doesn't care. >> yeah doesn't care about them. >> controversy.
>> season form already. >> and you talked to kd, he's excited. >> he said i finally caught up with you, he's talking about my ring. he is so excited to get his ring. i don't think he'll be affected afterwards either. >> we'll see. we talked earlier about injuries about one thing that could derail the warriors' road to a championship. i want to show you a gruesome injury that took place in another team tonight. jordan hayward. we're not going to show you the worst of the injuries. look at the stunned reactions from other players. this was gruesome. >> i've never seen anything like it in the nba. reminds of of joe getting his leg broke in the nfl. just a horrible injury, he's out for the year. >> a dislocation, perhaps a broken ankle but he's going to be gone as you said for the
year. let's get to the baseball now, and the yankees trying to even the more than league at two games a piece. the astros took a 4-0 lead in this game. judge, jury and execution ner had something to say about this. this one is off the wall. the yankees scored four in the eighth. on to football now here at the coliseum complex the raiders try to win a four-game skit. this is the scenario against the kansas city chiefs. we may see navarro on the field despite the fact he's only going to have a couple of days to practice. defensive coordinator implying they're going to give bowman every opportunity to play in
this game. >> he's a pro. he understands he's not going to get on the field unless he's ready to play. he's the type of guy that wants to play and play the high level. he's been playing at a high level for a long time so he's going a lot of work when people aren't watching. >> you got to hold it up some. all right, so we're going to wrap things up and bring it back to the warriors. you brought your super bowl ring what a surprise. >> i'd have to say back in 1982 when we got our rings they called us at home when the rings were ready and said you can come pick them up. that's it. then the next ring ceremony in '84 they wen to hawaii. now it's a big deal. >> i'm shocked you brought the ring out. >> yeah. >> that never happens. on the court andrey strained his
back lifting weights but he is not going to play tonight. t not considered to be a serious injury. back to you guys in the studio. >> larry shoe and the rink. >> that thing is epic i am blinded. >> that is our report we appreciate your time i'm dan ashley. >> i'm deion lim. have a good night everybody.
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