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northwest of san luis still assessing for medical response required. up to 30 people are injured. >> large training operation on the base with 8,000 national guard troops. we're on the story. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. other top story, explosion at kaiser office. >> kate larson has been all scene all evening. life with the latest information. >> reporter: the driver of the tanker truck that was carrying liquid cryogenic oxygen is injured, at hospital night. but hope to speak to him soon to figure out how the is explosion happened in first place.
clouds of cryogenic oxygen continued to seep from the tanker truck behind the medical office. >> the building shook. >> reporter: sky7 overhead shortly after. 2:30, building full of patients and employees. registered nurse nanette. >> first thought, terrorist attack. > potential for another explosion. >> reporter: says the explosion caused a small brush fire, worrisome gas leak. shut down the highway and evacuated. secured majority of the leak. >> pushed farther and farther from the building. >> reporter: physical therapist who works near the oxygen tanks. evacuating the patients was challenging. >> outpatient surgeries, people recovering, people on ivs still, people in beds. >> reporter: both said that
evacuating today was all too soon reminder of the north bay fires, evacuating the kaiser medical center down the road. >> here we are again. >> rattling to be evacuated before and go through this again. >> reporter: after the evacuation, kaiser employees left not knowing if should come back to work tomorrow. kaiser says that medical building 5 will be closed for further inspections tomorrow but 4 will be open. kaiser is reaching out to affected patients. live in santa rosa, abc7 news. controversial plan to split california in three states suffered a big setback today. state supreme court took initiative off the november ballot. carlos is live with what's next. >> reporter: as you know, california is most populous
state, fifth largest world economy, and will stay that way despite efforts to break it up. chance at golden state triple threat suffered a setback today. state supreme court blocked prop 9 from appearing on the ballot, preventing voters from having a say. >> probably a huge red flag. >> reporter: bay area would have been part of northern california. silicon valley venture capitalist tim draper gathered the signatures. opponents argued would abolish the state constitution and all state laws. court ruling says potential harm in permitting the measure outweighs the potential harm. >> big change that can't be put on the ballot by citizen initiative. >> reporter: goes on to say the
proposal could come up again in future election after further review. >> it's unlikely we would see this proposal be successful in the future again, there doesn't seem to be a lot of popular support behind it. >> reporter: not first go-around splitting up the state. few years ago draper's plan to break up into six states also failed. chances are, won't be last. >> maybe i'll run the campaign to bring it back. >> reporter: that gentleman supports the breakup. reached out to prop 9 campaign for comment, yet to get a response. carlos sau saddo, abc7 news. new news of the brutal beating of 72-year-old man in berkeley. happened across the street from the police station of all
places. lilian kim. >> reporter: mlk and addison. all caught on camera. warn you the video may be difficult to watch. security cameras captured incident. 72-year-old man knocked to ground and kicked repeatedly. berkeley police say the victim was just walking home. >> no money taken, no demands made. >> reporter: hoping releasing the videos will help with a lead. african-american men in late teens, early 20s. driving away in possibly a nissan quest. >> lighting isn't ideal, hoping that somebody will recognize a piece of clothing, the way the suspects walked. >> reporter: victim was seriously injured. sent to hospital, treated for broken bones. owner of the restaurant that supplied one of the video clips
to sfpd. >> it's terrible. 72 years old, old man, how you can do it like that. >> reporter: in addition to what appears to be unprovoked attack, surprised it happened so close to the police department. >> seems like could happen anywhere but think closer to the police, would be safer. >> reporter: no officers around during the attack, two of the three videos released from pd, from their security cameras. new details in case of the man police call ride share rapist. learning new chilling reports about the attacks. posing as ride share driver, picking up women from bars and raping them. in two cases, picked up outside temple night club on howard
street. most threatened with a knife. one described what happened as she dozed off. began to threaten here, held a knife to her neck, realized that wetness on her hands was her own blood, attempting to fend off the knife with her hands. due back in court tomorrow. new center in santa rosa will serve people affected by north bay wildfires. new branch of the committee for shelterless. c.o.t.s. provides assistance for people struggling to make it by paying rent or security deposits, helping them become self-sufficient. after the north bay fires recognized more need than ever. >> thousands and thousands of homes were lost. people that really need support that had lost those homes. >> if you need help or want to
donate to help others, posted a link how you can get in touch with c.o.t.s. on our website, abc7news.com. air quality warning for visitors. ferguson fire, warning yosemite park visitors to avoid prolonged excursion. one firefighter died fighting that fire. two others injured. mark zuckerberg is clarifying controversial comments he made about facebook content posted by holocaust deniers. said didn't think facebook should remove the posts because he doesn't think the deniers are intentionally getting it wrong. said the social site's goal with fake news is not prevent people from saying something untrue but stop the spread of
misinformation. later e-mailed the reporter saying didn't intend to defend the intent of holocaust deniers. not all about sports at espies. >> larry beil was there. >> can be a fun time but serious tone at end of the show. live in los angeles outside the theater. award for courage when we come back. >> we'll check back with you. this can't be safe. why some south bay drivers were doing a double take. sandhya patel, monsoon moisture heading our way. closer look coming up. "jimmy kimmel live" after abc7 news at 11:00. >> thanks dan and ama, tonight i challenge you to watch our show. before you took this meeting with lebron, did you speak
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(sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪ president trump reversed course today about vladimir putin's involvement in russia's meddling in the 2016 u.s. election. >> well i would because he's in charge of the country, just like i consider myself to be responsible for things that happen in this country. >> in that interview said would consider putin culpable if russia tries to interfere again. justice department says -- target congressional races. president says doesn't think it's happening. direct contradiction of the top
u.s. officials. u.s. ambassador to moscow michael mccall, professor at stanford's hoover institution. kremlin wants him for illegal activities. president called the proposal to turn him over an interesting idea. mcfaul told reuter's he's contacted lawyers. 2018 espys happened tonight. powerful moment to close the show. >> larry beil is live from the red carpet. it was very powerful. >> reporter: yes, espys is usually a fun gathering of star athletes but tonight a more serious tone. powerful emotional moment, show of strength by young women who truly overcame a man who was a monster, talking about the
arthur ashe courage award given to women who survived sexual abuse by former dr. larry nassar, more than 300 survivors, many taking the stage and crowd in los angeles rising to salute their strength. >> make no mistake, we're here on the stage to present an image for the world to see, a portrait of survival, a new vision of courage. >> too often abusers and enablers perpetuate suffering but making survivors feel their truth doesn't matter. to all the survivors out there, don't let anyone rewrite your story. your truth does matter. you matter. and you are not alone. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: i tell you, a stunning moment, to see all those women on the stage, the courage to stand together and
show the world they are taking back their lives and overcoming abuse that lasted for 30 years. that was the serious side. there were some laughs as well. we'll show you some of the fun we had earlier in the day on the red carpet coming up later on in sports. for now, live in los angeles, larry beil, abc7 sports. >> look forward to hearing more. look at this photograph. northbound 101 in san jose, naked man on the bike. weaving in and out of lanes. without helmet. viewer sent this photo with the caption, who is this man? chp is trying to find out. >> no helmet and no pants? >> just wrong. >> it was a warm day. >> still sandhya, we need clothes. >> i can't imagine seeing that on the world. don't want to go there. live doppler 7 right now, pretty
foggy along the coastline and already pushed in over parts of the bay. visibility down to three miles in half moon bay, petaluma is four miles. be careful tomorrow morning in commute. muggy conditions beginning to develop in southern california where the monsoon flow is going. thunderstorms started to fire up. monsoon moisture heading our direction. sunset high clouds, marine layer as well. sun went down at 8:29, vibrant color because of the monsoon moisture, absolutely beautiful. we'll see more of the monsoon moisture from tomorrow to friday, why we have potential for thunder. 50s to 70s in temperatures right now. look ahead as we head into tomorrow. basically dealing with fog and mist in the morning for coast and bay, looking at higher
humidity next two days and slight risk of isolated thunder or showers. view so obscured from exploratorium camera because of the fog. not only concern, thunderstorm threat. best chance in the sierra nevada from the flow. but hour by hour, humidity rising, mugginess develops, and could see a few showers or thunderstorms develop tomorrow afternoon to friday night. dew points, measure of the moisture in the area, 50s. watch what happens into evening hours. 60 showing up there, that's humid. going to feel a little bit uncomfortable for those of us not used to humidity. bay area is usually dry heat as you know. low 50s to low 60s.
watch out for fog. afternoon, temperatures come down a little bit. triple digits inland today. 70s around the bay. 60s along the coastline and breezy near the beaches. download the accuweather app to check out live doppler 7 anytime you want. may be something showing up tomorrow or friday. chance of thunderstorm, humid to muggy. back to seasonal pattern into next week. >> thank you sandhya. tomorrow on "good morning america" denzel washington talks about starring in fir
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little brighter tonight in tinsel town as best of the world of sports shared the stage with a list celebrities at espys. larry beil is live with highlights from the red carpet. >> reporter: hi, so much fun, fourth straight year covering the espys, talking with a listers as you described them. happy to report -- i have a new friend, excellent. alone all night long. later. anyway, nick young, swaggy p, actually wore a shirt, happy to report that. so hot, i'm sure wanted to take it off. fortunate to have a fan beside us, much appreciated. >> mvp on the red carpet right here. >> fan. >> repositioned a fan so get cool.
you don't want to leave. >> stay here until show starts. >> talk to you all day. >> jaylen brown, former cal bear. >> don't get necessarily lana on the red carpet this often. look like sweat pants. >> it is, magnetic with the zippers. still dress shoes. >> l.a., one of the major media markets in the world, a positive thing. >> what's the matter with bay area media, huh? >> asked me to be part and present. >> what are you presenting? >> i don't know exactly yet. >> oh, goodness. >> yeah. >> reporter: former race car driver danica patrick, first female host in history of the event. great on stage, handled the hosting like take turn two at indy. i was here, not one person came
up until we went live. live in l.a., larry beil, abc7 sports. >> thanks larry. espys and he's out giving heismans to new friends. nice job. demarcus "boogie" cousins will be introduced tomorrow. shock waves through the nba, gives warriors five all-stars. chronicling his rehab from torn achilles tendon and wild ride through free agency. >> reached out to teams, pelicans, no offer. so talked to draymond, k.d., steph, and they were like, hell yeah, let's do it. you know. this is my ace of spade. this is my nuclear bomb. >> this abc7 sports report