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meeting this evening to address the violence. as abc7news reporter amanda del castillo will explains, it's the first time neighbors have been able to publicly voice their concerns and call for action. >> y'all got to do better, do better! >> it takes things getting to this point before you guys do something. >> you guys have to do something to make this better and safe for our babies. this is unacceptable. >> outrage, raw emotion and a call for reaction. east. palo alto leaders heard from residents who spoke about tuesday's deadly shooting. >> may police walking around, interacting with the residents from the park and just checking in. >> i think it's not very realistic to not offer education and resources to the community and expect the community to act a certain way. >> step up. y'all need to step up. y'all need to lead. lead to so we can file guys so
we can know what to do. >> many still reeling over this disturbing video. a younger recording tuesday as she played with her cousins at jack farrell park, one of several gunmen fighting 10-15 feet from her. the camera captures the sound of gunshots, the girl running away and her pleading for help. >> that sound of the little girl crying and running ais going to stay with me for a long time. >> 33 bullets were fired between two groups, killing one man and injuring three others. east palo alto has worked hard to overcome it's murder capital reputation from the early 90's. >> it's the further -- first murder of this year and we pray it's the only one. >> leaders reminding residents there is no winning in retaliation. as of thursday night, no suspects have been caught, no new witnesses have come forward. ama: chp pulled off a daring rescue from the side of a steep
daly city cliff yesterday. a shows the officer attempting to fasten a rescue ring on a man in extremely windy conditions. a fisherman out at sea first spotted the man around 5:00 this evening. once the rescue crews attached that line, use are the man and his rescuer several hundred feet in the air before getting back on the ground. the man slipped from the top of the cliff, falling down more than 200 feet. incredibly, he survived with only minor injuries. dan: thank goodness. a red flag warning is in effect right now because of dry, hot, windy weather. counties across the bay area are trying to get ahead of wildfire season with preventative measures, including controlled burns. it's days like this that firefighters train for. >> we are just fine-tuning the toolbox that we have and making sure that everything is working and catch any mistakes that might occur or issues that may need to be addressed. dan: conditions are so risky, in
fact, that some parks are being closed, including rockville park in fairfield just as a precaution. let's go to abc7news meteorologist sandhya patel with more on that red flag warning. >> that red flag warning is in effect for good reason. let me show you the view from our east hills bay camera. the winds have picked up, not just in solano county, but over the higher locations. mount town, 37 miles an hour, mount diablo, 31 miles an hour. fairfield 18, 26 vacaville. that north wind dries out the atmosphere. combine it with critically try fuels in that area and that red flag warning going until 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night. any fires that develop will quickly spread. we have a wind advisory until 5:00 p.m., north bay hills, east bay hills and valleys until 2:00 p.m. tomorrow, gusts 35-50 miles per hour will blow things around and possibly cause outages and tree limbs down. i will be back with the
hour-by-hour wind forecast, coming up. ama: we have this video of this fight in san jose during the evening commute. it happened around 6:00 before highway 87. you can see cars slowing down as they inch closer to that big low of smoke as it comes from -- billow of smoke as it comes from both sides of the freeway. we have reached out to san jose fire for more information but have not heard. dan: police are searching for clues in the murder of a popular oakland restaurant owner. the victim was identified on social media as 39-year-old jun anabo, the co-owner of lucky three seven, a filipino street cuisine restaurant. anabo was leaving the restaurant with his 11-year-old son early this morning when he was shot. people in the community gathered at this restaurant to show support. >> words can't describe because he's such a special person. you know, we had a lot of plans
together, he had a lot of plans. dan: anabo is being described as a person who cared deeply for his friends, his family and his community. ama: the abc7news i team helps us dig deep into a crime that could impact anyone. we have seen the tragic results of freeway shootings too often lately all over the bay area at all hours of the day and night. more than 2800 shootings have killed and injured people along u.s. highways and interstates from 2018 through march of this year. 80% of those tragedies took place in california. i-team reporter stephanie sierra has our investigation. >>, sherry and is in pain morning the loss of her son. we spoke to ann through her sister, who is translating in chinese over the phone. a mere six month ago, little jasper was asleep in the car
when gunfire erected on interstate 880. a bullet struck the infant in the forehead. and now, living with an incomprehensible loss, the senseless tragedy a result of gang. crossfire. -- gain crossfire. -- gang crossfire. >> she does not want the same thing to happen to another family. >> this scene is one of at least 215 other shootings that took place across interstates across california from 2018 through march of this year. around 39% of those happened in the bay area. in early january, 28-year-old david wynn shot and killed on i-580. the alameda county sheriff's record was only a month away from graduating. a seven-year-old boy is recovering from being struck by a bullet in vacaville. just last night, another shooting off i-5 80 that overturned a car, killing two people and injuring another. the list goes on. >> we've got to drive down
violence and the reckless behavior we are seeing on california's highways. >> over the course of several months, the abc7news i team combed through archived data on gun violence. we found the interstates most impacted in the bay area are 580, 80, 880, 680 and 280. at least 79 shootings reported on this highway since 2018. the reality of the problem is much bigger. for example, if a california highway patrol, the agency tasked with investigating these shootings, gave the i team dated that shows the real figure is six times higher when looking at 2020 and 2021. in those years, reporting around 289 interstate shootings in the bay area versus 46 from gba data. like in wu's tragic case, most
of them are happening in oakland. >> we have seen an increase and shoot -- in shootings and homicides across the city. >> we brought this to oakland police chief leronne armstrong after our analysis uncover the city has the highest number of interstate shootings in the news across the bay area 27, followed by richmond, san francisco, san leandro and livermore. >> a couple of shootings related to group and gang violence. we've seen some shootings be related to road rage and we have seen some random firing of weapons, in particular, when we've had activity that has made on a highway as well. >> seems like this -- scenes like this as a reckless driver was seen spinning donuts across arlington. >> we are going to shut -- across all lanes. >> we are going to shut that down. >> how are you and your department working with chp to crackdown on these crimes? >> i think there is a couple
things. . if we can enhance our technology on the highways, i think signage along the highways to let people know that there are recording devices on the highways. >> following requests by mayor libby shaft, the government announced funding for cctv cameras to be installed across the state, including areas of alameda and contra costa counties. >> we can assume that probably roughly a quarter of those will be near or in oakland. >> the governor's office confirmed the cameras will be installed at specific intersections along the mainline of interstate 8080, 580, highway 24 and international boulevard, all of which go through oakland. >> i want people to know that we are watching. we now will have these eyes on our roadways. >> more eyes to keep our roadways safer and prevent the loss of innocent lives. like little jasper. stephanie sierra, abc7news. dan: coming up next, a covert
booster for kids as young as five years old. how it will soon be available . there's concern over a rare disease called monkeypox that has made its way to the united states. its signs and the symptoms. plus -- >> i wanted to paint this painting in order to spread awareness. dan: the young man who used his gift for painting in the fight against anti-asian hate. all that's ahead, but first, here's a look at what's coming up tonight on "jimmy kimmel live" after abc7news at 11:00. >> where your mouthguard for this -- you are going to want to wear your mouthguard for this. . the only woman that screams at me when i walk in a room is my aunt. ♪
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ama: the cdc began recommending children as young as five receive a booster dose of the covid-19 vaccine. eligible kids can start getting booster shots tomorrow. dan: the cdc is investigating a case of monkeypox in massachusetts. the virus is rare in humans but has been confirmed in several western countries, including canada and the u.k. the cdc says the symptoms start out like the flu. the patient develops a rash, often starting on the face and spreading to the rest of the body. >> usually, cases are associated with travel history. there is some type of contact with a group of animals that may have this. human to human transmission is very rare, which is why this outbreak is being so closely looked at. dan: cdc says the virus spreads through contact with body fluids. monkeypox sores or other items such as bedding and clothing that have been contaminated. it can spread through
respiratory droplets in a closed setting. ama: this aap heritage month, we are highlighting a young man on the peninsula whose art is getting attention for its social justice message. lucas is doing his part raising awareness to end the violence. >> for a 15-year-old high school freshman lucas, playing the piano is just one of the many ways he expresses his creativity. but this is a story not about tickling the ivories, but how news stories about hate crimes and attacks on asian americans, many i broke for abc 7, inspired lucas to use his creativity in another way. >> i drew this painting and hopefully, it will spread awareness to the people. >> this sketch turned painting titled "end the violence" was part of a competition lucas entered at his high school. >> there's like an elderly woman
with a band-aid on her head. at the bottom left, there's like people protesting to end the violence. >> he decided to submit it for the congressional art competition, a nationwide contest encouraging artistic talent in each congressional district. did you expect to win? >> not at all. >> lucas won third-place. congresswoman jackie spear presented him and the other winners awards at a ceremony in hillsboro this month. to his mother, an immigrant from shanghai, this recognition is part of an even bigger accomplishment. >> as a minority, if you don't speak for yourself, your voice will never be heard. i want him to feel proud to be asian american. i am very proud of him. >> while lucas continues to pursue his many hobbies, he encourages other young people with this message. >> i believe that you should go out and do what you want, even something as little as drawing your own painting at home. >> because you never know it
could happen. lucas' art will now hanging congresswoman spear's office for the rest of the year. ama: so talented. dan: it is amazing. with turn our attention to the weekend forecast. ama: sandhya patel is here with the latest. sandhya: the winds will die down by the time we hit the weekend. right now, we are still tracking gusty winds. let me show you how windy it is. sfo right now, 39 miles an hour, 29 in santa rosa, 19 miles an hour in fairfield. as we go towards the overnight hours, a burst of gusty winds develops in the inland areas from napa to fairfield, calistoga you can see here 25-33 miles per hour going into tomorrow morning. into tomorrow afternoon, remaining gusty. that's what's going to elevate the fire danger as it dries out the atmosphere even more. you have critically dry fuels. tomorrow night, the winds begin to ease but still windy right near the coast. that north wind, watch what it
does to the humidity. 10:00 tomorrow morning, 17% fairfield, 19% in napa, down to the single digits by early afternoon. and he fires that develop are going to quickly move, so we are just hoping that there aren't any big fires or fires that do breakout. 8:00 tomorrow morning, high to very high fire danger in the northern and eastern part of our viewing area. that continues into the early afternoon. by evening, even though it is still high in the northern part of our viewing area, it begins to start to come down. here is what is bringing us all the wind, brought us the cooler weather today. it is a trough that has dug out. we have been seeing gusty winds in the bay area. temperatures in the 50's to, 70's cooler than where we were yesterday at this time. if you from our emeryville camera looking -- view from our emeryville camera looking over san francisco. summerlike eat returning next week -- summerlike heat
returning next week. even though the winds are holding some of the temperatures up tonight and it is going to be mild in some areas like napa, for example, not quite as warm as it was this morning. tomorrow afternoon, 84 degrees in antioch, 77 in oakland, 79 in san jose, up to 70 in san francisco. 62 in half moon bay, 80 is saying rafael, 83 in santa rosa -- san rafael, 83 in santa rosa. we have game two of the western conference finals tomorrow night at the chase center as the warriors take on the mavericks, 6:00 tip-off. you are looking at comfortable weather, 67 degrees. by nighttime, 56 so you might want to grab a jacket if you are going to the game. if you're going to the giants game against the padres and oracle park, 7:15 tomorrow night, it starts out with 62 degrees. the sun will be shining. clear skies by nighttime -- clear skies. by nighttime, it does get breezy. accuweather 7 day forecast looks
like this. high fire danger tomorrow, winds easing as we hit the weekend. temperatures coming up a couple of degrees, especially inland. mid to upper 80's. we are going to crank the heat next week. inland areas will be in the low to mid 90's, well above average for this time of year and feeling like summer. don't worry, we've got our summer spread with 60's coast side, even though it is spring. ama: thank you so much. dan: when we come back, a place to get a haircut and help the environment. ♪
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chris: after last night's victory over dallas in game one of the western conference finals, the warriors improved to 7-0 at home this postseason. they will try to continue district tomorrow night in game two. draymond green was a rebound short of a double-double in game one. stephen curry with a game-high 21 points, game-high 12 rebounds and one dance. after five consecutive trips to the finals followed by two years out of the playoffs, the warriors are thrilled to be back on the stage. >> you got to live this, feel it, breathe it. you cannot get away from this. if you get away from this during the playoffs, you are losing your mojo, you are not going to win. what am i trying to get away from? a championship? it's enough guys running away from that. i don't need to join that group. steph: we are super comfortable
on this stage because we have been away for two years and this is a different team, it's more gratitude of being back here, there's more of a sense of urgency of not letting the opportunity kind of slip away. chris: game two of the eastern conference finals, boston trying to even things with miami. that is jaylen brown. boston hit 93-pointers -- 93-pointers in the first quarter -- nine three-pointers in the first quarter. boston was up 25 at the half. third quarter, marcus smart, talk about a crossover. he scored 24. celtics win. game three saturday in boston right here hills country club in tulsa, oklahoma. tiger woods, second shot on the temple, and this is why hate -- on the 10th hole, and this is why he is tiger woods. the surgically repaired right leg starting to give him
trouble. wincing in pain after his tee shot on the eighth. justin harding on the par 4 seventh, perfect approach from 180 yards out and this thing will drop in for eagle. your leader, rory mcilroy. he finished at 500. after the round -- five under. after the round, here stiger. tiger: loading hurts, pressing off it hurts, walking hurts, and twisting hurts, so that's just golf.
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