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>> one man dead. a woman in the hospital. we are learning more about the tandem hang gliding crash that took place. good evening thanks for joining us. >> i am deon lynn. you are watch withing abc 7 news at 5:00 here streaming live on the abc 7 bay area app. right away here is what we know about that hang gliding tragedy. one person was killed. another injured in a crash inside at 11 park. now acoing a fire officials the hang glide we're a man and woman onboard went down before noon at the 1700-foot level of the peak. >> the terrain is rugged.
it is single rad and provide challenges to percent nell to get out there and make contact needed to call in to transport the patients. the man died at the scene and the woman was airlifted to the hospital and her kins unknown and their names have not been release. authorities say the area is among the most popular spots where hang gliding in the bay area and accidents happened here before this s. yeah for more detail on those gusts let's get to weather anchor. meteorologist: yeah. wind has been a factor in the. and in the hire elevation then the wind gusts even stronger right now looking at wind gusts between 36 and 40 miles per hour going from san francisco down along the peninsula into santa clara county where the strategy occurred then gusty down there
as well and the pattern across the area area now and one reason the witness the red-flag warning san over to the county now this red-flag warning in effect until 8:00 p.m. testimony and the gusting near 35 miles per hour or higher at times then lo only 5 to 15 in a fire can spread quickly. complete look at the accuweather in a few minutes. thanks we'll get break news coming out now. where calfire is aggressively responding to a fire north of boulder creek that is west of highway 9 and clal fire tweetedded these from the wildfire calm threeness area are where you can see the smoke in in the of the screen the fire is reported at acre now about in dense for rest and firefighters want to stop that as quickly as
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and they say your best protection is still creating a defensible space around your home. in the east bay, i am leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> a an arsonist set the fronted of the store on fire it is video you will see on abc 7 news. and abc 7 news anchor spoke to the owner about of the store and the girlfriend who questioned why they were targeted. >> fire. fire. what started as a orange day turned terrifying when out of the blue the front of the fam i willing's furniture store in oakland wint in flame. the fire flamed up and so then, i started screaming fire and i was running out. >> david later learned the fire was started by unknown arsonist sass man who walked to outlet furniture on the avenue and appeared to pour accelerate on a couch couch and lit the couch on fir and ran out.
i turned back and saved it. like the family's store. then, just ran around alonging for fire ex tan gishes and calling 911 and on told for ten minutes. i thought i was insane that he had to wait that long. beas is running around really panicked trying to put out the fire himself. and by the time the firefighters got there. they are like, well, he did the job for us. the girlfriend naomi says the quick thinking along with help from the pregnant cousins seen running toward the flames with bucketed of water prevented the fire from spreading further then even so, the heavy smoke damage are damage nearly everything. everything that saw damage look the whole, like all the furniture pieces are eventually smoke debris and oakland of d do not have a suspect or motive. david says the cousin's partner noticed the suspect watching the fire from across the street before walk off. then, naomi has started a go fun me to help coverage damage costs and says after so many im cross
against asian americans she cannot help but question whether daveed have's family was targeted, too. why did this happen to us. like breeze trying to find reason abc news couldn't find a reason to process that and as of right now. abc 7 news. >> outside investigators are on the after body found in the street. this morning in downtown oakland they got a call around 6:00 a.m. reporting a person that was slying in this street officers say the person was dead when they ride of at 13th and jackson then investigators say that death is suspicious. we are learning detail brs be weekend dui arrest. the husband of house speaker nancy paisley's. chp says the incident happened seated night on highway 29 in napa county. a come machine cass firm rep sedge paul pi lows sa issued a statement today saying the arrest happened as paul pelosi was headed home from a dinner party in oakville and the dar
was hit baze jeep. neither paul pi lows sa or the other driver were hurt in the crash and was released on 5,000 bail. and happening today. funerals began for the victims of the uvalde, texas school shooting. two of the young victims were mem or aisle zed today the communities remembering all 21 victims with people visiting a large memorial as you can see there. then abc 7 news obtained new video showing the horror after the gunman opened fire at robb elementary last tuesday. police broke one does this video cap worse this appears to be police dispatch audio. >> are we able to? there is any way inside of the building? lightning. una room full of victims. full. >> the department of justice is opening a review into the response by law enforcement to those shootings. >> in canada, today.
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by the wear the giants won today's game 5-4 in ten innings. >> the nba finals here on abc 7 were down thing doesn't only three days way now. game one is thursday then preparations for the team ongoing and the war you're sixth trip to the finals in eight years. abc 7 news reporter with more on the excool itment and fans already getting ready. >> a dave premrations at chase center. the player on the court monday find funning the shooting and fans outside the city fine-tuning ways to cher on the warriors come thursday. we do not own any warrior swag here here with are in the foons sh. come on. they were among dozens vit the store and their mission to join already pax it a fan base eager to see to win another championship like morales. >> the barriers. as soon as clay got healthy i knew we had a big chance to make it this qar. he thinks this season is shape! shaping up to be something special sew spent several hundred dollars for ticket to
game one. the first time. the first time. the warriors have won every postseason home game at chase center and like to see this continue and ceo says its not just the tall lnt you see on the court but also the fan atmosphere that has been generated in the stands. there is no better acon na in the world. i needses experiences and like this one to give it history. [cheering and applauding] >> whether it is in side of the arena or outside oh in this glaze the in tire golden state communities hopeful this playoff journey will end with another nb finals title. >> boston is a great team. buzz i think we have the edge. we have a lot of good role players then, events then think we can do it. >> in san francisco. abc 7 news. of. >> knock it down. abc 7 is your exclusive home for the nba finals and pregame and post game on every night and game one is thursday tip-off 6:00 p.m. and on the air at 5:00
live at chase then count on doug's on southern coverage all day, all night, then, for the next two weeks. then, maybe parade we hope. we'll be right back. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
after serving in the delaware army national guard in iraq. a flyover were part of the memorial day ob ser vision and national sem tar reason the area. sergeant major michael grinston was among the speakers. memorial day gives us the opportunity to stop and think about how we choose to remember the brave americans who made the ultimate sacrifice prepare held across the bay area in cluing this pea red and in included the carnival a portion of this year's parade fees will go toward aide aid in ukraine. millions of americans are returning home today after traveling over the holiday weekend air travel runched to prepandemic levels with 39 million people and for any it was anything but smooth sailing
delta air lines had the most and blamed bad weather and air tarric control. for those with opted for road trips or are even stayed local wilted still cost you. today's new high is and pit is $643 i should say followed by san francisco at 6:42 and a little cheaper then oakland at 6:28. all right. let's get uplifted whether a beautiful day it is stunningly beautiful day. quite windy in some areas but sunny and beautiful nonetheless and it was a lovely day though
there are for much the western sacramento valley because of low relative humidity then strong winds right new in this area the possibility age auner these conditions then can spread rapidly in a is breeze yain gust in fact 39 gusts now across the region and feeling the force of the wind and temperature change shows they are cooler than this time yesterday and near the coast and the bay but one or two warmer so take a look and look out at 61 and 6509 degrees up
north in santa rosa now. then nap sa, 76 then 77 and 73 at liver moore then the view looking down to the buy and forecast futures sunny and with aer the next which to did as then with us to tomorrow evening and things will start to cooldown they then the possibility of sprins over the weekend then overnight lows under clear skies in the upper 40's lo to low 50's then mile and san francisco 69 and mid to upper 70's along the loline today and it is getting warmer then mainly mid to upper 80's then one or two low caution may hit 90 tomorrow then a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. wednesday the forecast period with highs around 90 so a little higher and up to 50's on the
coast and and bit cooler and cooler still the weekend as clouds in cress in a then a chance of morning drizzle on and we are looking at then milder next machine dy and we could use rain and a 30 to 4% chance which which is substantial and you know, we are not talking about a lot of measurable rain if it does rain. ok. ok. trop they ares to use. >> yes. yes. they have noted caught on. thanks. thank you. >> ahead to do it. if you have strawberries in the freezer. listen up here. organic fresh are now being recalled and likely caused
like a trip to great wolf lodge. >> all right, finally, going to court can be intimidating now a group of south bay judges is trying to change that with a video in which they share the personal sides without come row mesing the professionalism. david shows hus the difference the judges hope to make.
>> the 16 minute video is unusual because it shows and part of the superior court and pacific line heritage month. that i when witnesses enter the court hus and they see decision americas who look like them and they feel comfortable sharing the truth and says she practiced law eight years before she had sakais before a judge and now there are 14 in stan clara county and many are grains my story begins with my mother's seas escape from in the spring of 1946 when she was 11 year my parents came to the united states from china during world war ii and late 36 he as the president of the the judge says the backgrounds bring to the
work and em bath think to lut gant and jur os i flow first hand almost daily. there is no room for that. the judges hope by sharing the back grounds this demonstrates their commitment and may make it less intimidating and to justice. there is a lot of things we can share about ourselves with the community and then that you i know, others share with us so why should we not re1 in kate. in san jose. david louie, abc 7 news. >> a little bit more walt world news tonight. for all of us here thanks for joining us tonight next newscast
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