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nightmare, bay area man gored in world famous running of the bulls. news at 11:00 starts right now. chaos and heart ache, stories of survival from the earthquake zone, including a fam who ly who lost everything. 6.4 and 7.1 magnitude quakes. >> closer to population base talking death toll likely. but right now financial toll, d. continuing coverage, cheryl hurd in ridgecrest. east of bakersfield. >> look at this home, burned down in the 7.1 earthquake. everyone got out alive, good news for a community struggling tonight to get back on its feet.
>> burning to the ground and we can't even -- >> reporter: family watching in horror as home burned to the ground. flames erupted minutes after friday's 7.1 earthquake. 14-year-old says the family ran out after the shaking. then immediately smelling the distinct odor of gas. >> brother still in his room, all scared and yelling for him to come out. he came outside and said mom smells like something burning. got scared, go turn off the gas. i don't know how to do that. >> reporter: their own destroyed. only other person who may have felt same chaos as the family is thisn on duty when quake shook. >> shaking during every call that came in within first few minutes, 45 alarm calls came in, just had to tell them can't get there right now, we'll get there
as soon as we can. >> reporter: help in the region tonight. red cross is bringing water and food to places who need it. robert martinez knows where the people are who need the help. >> we're here 48 hours to fend by ourselves. people with vehicles and funds to be able to leave after first and even the second one, got out while they could. >> reporter: people here are definitely helping one another. everyone i'm talking to tonight are telling me they will rebuild. reporting live in ridge crest, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> before and after comparison of the area. satellite imagery, brand new. epicenter on the fourth of july when first struck. right, same area on july 6th. circle there, crack how much
bigger it is. quake's ripped open a fissure and changed topography of that area. san francisco is facing harsh reality with earthquake preparedness, have balance staffing shortage, big one hits could be a disaster. jean elle. >> reporter: san francisco fire department says it can't keep up with calls for balances on normal day because of staff shortage. budget heariverngs but behind firefighters union and commissioner are working to get more funding to get more ambulances rolling. ambulance staffing shortage in san francisco. tweeting that san francisco's own system is already taxed.
imagine what would happen in a major disaster. board of supervisor should take closer look at ambulance staffing and requests for more ambulances. chief told legislators that increased population and staff shortage is affecting response an normal day. >> huge challenge. we run at level zero daily, no ambulances available. >> reporter: engine is sent to people get care but have to be wait to be in outside help. >> had to call in mutual aid from contracostra solano counties. >> reporter: need staff to keep up with calls but funding not in
final budget. >> we need to increase staffing levels. >> reporter: with disaster planning front and center after the earthquake, hoping that city leaders make adjustments. >> up to me would have 40 additional ambulance drivers. developing story out of c contra costa county, we don't know how it happened. developing news in san jose, late hour search and rescue and dogs searching valley medical inventory and surrounding areas for ruby orman, battling dementia and details on apartme
building in newark that erupted in flames and killed a family dog. off the memorial high. four apartments damaged, all 14 without power so all evacuated, luckily no one was hurt. still trying to figure out what led to the fire. newly released video of police shooting involving an ax wielding man. two years ago when officers responded to bomb threat in san jose. today that body cam video was released under a new state law for police transparency. >> we have to take this door s down to find man carrying ax. repeatedly ordered him to drop it, he refused. kept coming towards them. tasered the man, then when it
didn't work, opened fire, killing him. ruled lawful. prominent fertility clinic accused of shocking mistake. ivf mix-up led to her giving birth to other couple's babies. raising questions how the industry is regulated. ian cull, what a horrible setback for the woman. >> heartbreaking. it's world-renowned clinic. after seeking help to conceive, mixed up embryos, causing severe emotional distress. federal loft said the clinic actedit told two of female, but got shock of their lives, giving birth to two boys not asian descent, not related to each other.
had to turn over custody of the babies and still don't know what happened to their embryos. >> that's a huge mistake. >> board certified fertility doctor in sherman oaks, not associated with the lawsuit. >> should have several safeguards every level, checking and rechecking and checking again so it doesn't happen. >> two other clinics came under fire year.itrogen tank failed impacting hundreds of tells us clinics are not monitored closely. not responded with comments. tears in the courtroom, told the jury he feels responsible,
almena and his codefendant face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. teared up today when answering questions. said in solitary confinement and feels morally and spiritually responsible for the tragedy. >> with a client, it's like having a baby. never know what's going to happen. hoping will redeem himself with his testimony. >> almena blamed saying refused to pay for and he was make upgrades on his own. stanford, suit claims punished fraternity on campus despite lack of evidence. group of alumni, sigma chi lost charter last year.
seven students claimed were drugged at party hosted by fraternity. university released statement saying stanford will defend itself against the alpha omega housing corporation and will fire response within 30 days. east bay congress erman eri swalwell, first to drop out of the presidential race. low polling numbers made for lack of halt. running for re-election as congressman. >> billionaire tom steyer might be running. paid ads pushing for president
trump's impeachment. in january ruled out run, now telling people he's changed mind. ahead the selfie that nearly cost him his life. nearly died at world famous running of the bulls. wild encounter, unexpected visitor on the sidewalk on the peninsula. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri, the fog is rolling in now, show you what it for the morning c at comcast, we didn't build the nation's largest gig-speed network just to make businesses run faster. we built it to help them go beyond. because beyond risk... welcome to the neighborhood, guys. there is reward. ♪ ♪ beyond work and life... who else could he be? there is the moment. beyond technology... there is human ingenuity. ♪ ♪ every day, comcast business is helping businesses go beyond the expected, to do the extraordinary.
of the bulls, decision that almost cost him his life. jaime alvarez stopped for moment and was gored by charging bull. rest of the story as jaime says it himself. >> reporter: jaime alvarez didn't travel to spain to run with the bulls, but to watch son play soccer. but excitement of the tradition was too much to despite warnings from friends and family. >> not sure, wife didn't want me to run. friends from here saidn'guesi w. >> stopped to take a selfie after he thought all the bulls had passed. bull weighing more than 2,000 pounds proved him wrong. >> and i turned, like a truck or car, just hit me side of the head.
put my hands on my neck and saw blood, felt that my neck had opened up. stunned. >> reporter: excitement turned to fear as alvarez started losing blood, stranger grabbed his arm and pulled him to paramedics, likely saving his life. after two hours of surgery, recovering at hospital in spain where doctors say it's stunning that he lived. >> if straight back, probably wouldn't be here, straight up into my teeth, why i'm here. it's a miracle the doctors say. i believe that. the bulls again. intention of ever running with in san jose, nbc bay area news. bay area families pleading with governor newsom to keep a killer in prison. stephen barr is serving 15 year to life sentence for beating and strangling his wife in contra
costa county in 2006 but 13 years later the parole board recommended release. younger sister has started online campaign urging people to help their appeal to the governor to block their release. >> this is not justice, to be released after such a short time for murdering legal staff and governor will reviewed by the parole board's have final decision. fewer needles are showing up on b.a.r.t. but addicts are trading heroin for fentanyl. picked up more than 4,000 needles, but this year, 600 from the same station. but fentanyl is smoked, not injected. making ends meet in emeryville, highest minimum wage in the country but about to
change? voting on whether to repeal or put on ballot. minimum wage is $16.30 an hour. increase was result of wage ordinance passed four years ago. requires increase each year but small businesses say they can't keep up with the raising rates. san jose roads getting makeover. will fix 280 miles of most it's ever done in single year. say it's long time coming. >> tires on my car, no i don't. >> averages about 66, fair condition. >> overhaul is costly but smart budgeting and bond measure are allowing the city to make most of the repairs on its list. still has to defer road work on 101 alan rock overpass.
day two of the road change. road diet plan in los gatos is official. makes space for parklets to sit outdoors. downtown is now one-way, bachman avenue and -- all an experiment to last four months. chief meteorologistef ranieri has a lovely forecast ahead. >> i think everybody is going to love it. take you into microclimate weather right now. tomorrow morning. lot of us will be waking to low clouds, patchy fog down to the south bay, peninsula and tri-valley. not as sunny as past couple of
days. san francisco, thickest chance of fog and east bay will begin at 60. cool ocean breeze and other thing working tomorrow is cooler system, little bit unusual for this time of year developing just offshore. start off with the fog in the morning, by the afternoon wesuh headed to the coastline you have the fog. ocean breeze and storm system just offshore to keep the temperatures average, i don't think any complaints across the south bay. 78 in cupertino, breezy northwest winds, 17. concord, pittsburg in 80s.
san mateo, 68. san francisco, 60s embarcadero through. 78 in santa rosa, 79 in napa and 74 in mill valley. looks beautiful. extended forecast. san francisco, stay with 60s throughout the next seven days. see subtle changes hitting friday, saturday and sunday. not going to raise temperatures at coast much but upper 60s friday into sunday. really enjoyable headed to the city. inland valleys, 79 tomorrow in morning fog up to 88 on friday, 90 on saturday and 89 on sunday. best news about this extended forecast, no 100s right now. certainly very comfortable. and long-range forecast through the rest of this month into next only has about 40% chance of
temperatures well above average. could see this really nice trend last for a little bit longer. >> nice. >> whole country is envious of that forecast. >> i know, right? ahead, newest phone scam hitting record levels across the country. tonight the warning signs. and jimmy. >> hey guys, kate beckinsale is here. and rob macchio, and spoken word poet, it's a great show. happening now, just posted to home page, hong kong's leader saying that controversial bill that would have allowed extradition to the mainland is dead. sparked weeks of unrest in hong kong. back in a moment. just when you thought you were done painting...
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proposing bill for more. wants 1.5 million californians to drive clean energy cars by 2025. still must pass full assembly and senate. millennials are moving out. more than half in bay plan to leave town. more than 60% of people under the age of 30, millennials, don't think they can keep up with rental prices and buying home is out of the question. average rent for one bedroom apartment more than $2,000 a month. >> reno or bend, oregon, two hot cities. >> i'm in. home run derby tonight, big a in it, and kevin durant's new number. stay with us. it's no ordinary day for our family at denny's.
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