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live this is kron 4 news @ 5:30 p.m.. here is the latest from authorities in san bruno. they're still searching for three missing people at least four people were killed in the blast. today authorities released the names she is 81 year-old elizabeth thorez. her home was near the center of the blast. 37 homes were destroyed and all, 19 homes were damaged
and remained on occupied today. 321 homes have been cleared for families to return. tonight kate thompson is live in san bruno that's where we just heard an update from the federal investigators. kate. >> investigators say they're focusing on trying to figure out of this was a catastrophic failure with the pipeline or was there a small leak that went on for some time. why is this is important is because originally last week some people in the neighborhood had said the reported smelling gas and coal piccinni or call the police. investigators are trying to get contact with the people and they're asking them to e-mail them at san email@example.com trotted figured if the pipeline filled all at once or over time. investigators say they are also focusing on a timeline of events
they said about 30 years ago there is a pipeline that failed in san francisco. that is one they made safety recommendations including being able to get employees in the first responders to the valves shut off for these pipelines. last night at a town hall meeting pg&e said it took them an hour and 45 minutes to get to the pipelines and they couldn't get near the valves shut off because of the fire and that it was on stage. investigators say there will be looking into that. >> some of the recommendations we made in their response to emergencies in particular making sure that responders were properly trained to respond to an emergency in making sure the ball sunday to be turned off had been exercised and more still functional. >> investigators say the received about 90 e-mail's only one of those e-mail's talks about one of those residents smelling gasoline and calling pg&e. investigators say they will continue to stay on seen for about a week speaking to residents or anyone else who
wants to speak to them and people would be mailed them. reporting live in san bruno kron 4 news. >> christine conley is a couple of blocks away from the blast and she joins us now she was there today when the first responders talked about their experiences. christine. >> more than 200 responders rushed to the scene let's give you a live look at what's happening now as emergency crews are still here. does pg&e crews they're working to restore power and as we zoom in to the fires so here you can see those investigators and white suits they arrived about an hour ago as they continue to sift through the rubble and look for close and search for those were still missing. if we come out here we can show you some police officers that are standing by here. but there are a lot of police officers from south temperance his goal of that was one of the first they bring these departments to ride. we spoke to detective about what it
was like when he first came here. here's his story. i was on >> called off duty at the time. i looked out i saw the smoke and flames and i knew i had to go. i was thinking to myself, i had known a lot of people that live in the neighborhood i grabbed the first for law- enforcement personnel people wearing anything that had to do with law-enforcement and took them with me. we started doing evacuation's on the house is going down the hall. thinking we have to get as close to the claim as we possibly can without us getting burned we don't have equipment to prevent us from heat. we just got down there as close as we can keep her and started knocking some doors and forcing door is open in going out the back door of one particular house feeling the flame that was very hot. we were thinking we have to work up the hill because were getting too close. that these officers
saying he wanted to get as close as he could so it could topple the people that needed help as they went door-to-door helping some people crab belongings and helping the elderly that could leave on their own some amazing stories coming from the first responders. some sections of the affected neighborhood of started to get back to the normal and that means taking care of the mess that was left behind. jeff bush shows us the cleanup efforts under way. was a busy day and claremont street cuba without out cleaning up the suit and smoke residue all over the neighborhood and that meant getting rid of a lot of stuff appeared this dumpster has been set up residence to get rid of their damaged or destroyed things like this table, see that whole was caused by flying amber that landed on it. most of the dumpsters or fall by midafternoon the people kept bringing more and more stuff like this man and he was the starting what was left.
professional cleanup crews were everywhere there were sweeping in taking care of damage property and by the looks of things still be busy for days and weeks to come. the cleanup crews were the only ones out about the neighborhood assurance-jurors were out taking stocks of homes and setting claims the motion carried their damage was in the batting can be fixed not too far away was the blackened and burned homes that did not fare as well. this fence was put up last night to keep people out but it did not keep people from looking at the destruction that for some could never be repaired. in san bruno kron 4 news. for even more coverage on the gas line explosion in san bruno just add to our web site www.kron4.com. we'll be right back.
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country's interstate highways the largely built in the 1950's and '60's. the while federal investigators tried to discover the cause of the explosion, pipeline safety advocates say there is only one way to prevent future accidents. >> has to be inspected with more rigorous than today. >> this chart shows the scope of the problem in the '50s and '60s saw more pipeline construction and any time before or since. you're in the bay area piccinni gas transmission network looks like a three-way map. the pipelines even share every major bridge. the good news is most accidents are not caused by age or corrosion between 2000 and 2009, there were 87 serious pipeline incidents in california. the most common cause was third- party excavation. in that time. the total damage was just under $27 million for people died and 16 were injured.
>> the california deaths involve piccinni a 2003 accident caused by a third-party digging into a gas tank transmission lines as an explosion and that is to the years ago which they say was the company's fault. >> you want to show you the job of the 30 in. diameter pipe that blew in samper last week. it was considered a high-risk line because it runs through a densely populated area. kron 4 robin to fremont today where the mayor there is concerned another high risk line runs through this community. >>the bottomline issue, are we in danger? >>mayor said it's his understanding that pg&e has identified a number of high risk gas pipelines around the state including one in a highly populated area of fremont and he wants action. >>we now know that we have a pipe running through fremont that's a high risk pipe. that's something were not pleased a with and were going to
insist that inspections occur as quickly as possible. >>he said he wants all the gas line in fremont tested, including this one, the one that runs along the avenue where warning signs like this alert, wrote for contruction crews of it's location. >>it should be tested continuously, all the time. perhaps alerts put on it so if there's a problem with that, it will go very quickly. >>he said it's also the gas lines near the hayward fault, and he has a lot of questions fir pg&e about that too. >>when we call a line high risk what does that mean? what are the potential things that could happen? and more importantly what are the things we can do to avoid those things? >>pg&e has a month to inspect
all of its gas lines across california, and he wants those in fremont to be the first on the list. in fremont, rob, kron 4 news. state assemblymen called on pg&e to release its top 100 high-risk gas lines. he said he's going to be developing legislation to protect the public from high risk lines in california. he said it's ridiculous that the only way we learn about the top 100 high risk gas lines was to throw the rate increase request. a piccinni's submitted to the public utilities commission. >> car extended forecast showing warmer conditions for the next couple of days we will also have the morning fog so friday and saturday a big change in our forecast and a chance of rain. a full forecast is coming up in just a few months.
life is slowly getting back to normal for those living on the french and sambar know. in many homes to spain declared fit to live and are right next to those which are destroyed. kron 4 craig talked to one resident who just returned home puree. >> jenny turned on the power and this is the actor gets a place at the seal of approval. >> hard to come back and see devastation in my front yard. it was hard to come back to a very overwhelming and very emotional. justice alone i'm sure that's now will be here for quite some time. >> the endless line of chimneys or homes use to be. in the backyard reminder it could've happened her house the debris left over rome us the street and
into a neighbor's backyard. >> she had a storage shed there and you can even see it anymore it's completely disintegrated. >> of people still live here say the move even though their homes rents to act. >> see how it goes well for the ighborhood will turn back but it will be a long time and shore. >> in san bruno greg kron 4 news >> this disasters bringing many people together offering donations of food, lodging and must begin monday cheered it's attracting people from all of around the bay where there for just one thing, stanley roberts spent today in san bruno to show what's happening in this edition of people behaving badly. >> watch the driver of the red car slowly cruising of san bruno ave was/is leaking. then the car comes to a stop. this driver was not the only one. there was this passenger who jumps off his car on some bruno ave. she gets out to point at the scene of the disaster will driver waits then seconds later she jumps back
and. only so the driver could block traffic and park in the left turn lane to keep watching for both by the nets. these people all have on the in common, they're called doctors they show up every time there's a disaster they have no real purpose other than to look and take photos of tragic events in this case the san bruno disaster. like this guy running down san bruno he parked his car no parking area so it's not pose with the cellphone. according to several residents they can even find parking a narrow street because of all these gawkers showing up. please keep in mind that lives were lost here if you really that interested in seeing what's happening watch the news. in san bruno, stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> in other news around the bay a 35 year-old chilean man who moved to california to be with his american-born fiancee was shot to death during an early- morning mugging in berkeley. an
impromptu memorial is now the corner of the emerson street where he was shot several times as he and his girlfriend were walking home party. officials are still searching for the suspects tonight. a man was mororning when a b bt he was on hit some rocks near the richmond shore line. you concede here the boat being pulled up. the man fell overboard after the vessel struck the rocks. no one else on board was injured. the new honda is rolling out of the cargo ship for the first to arrive at the port of richmond to carry the cars they used to be shipped to san diego are now ship to richmond the court has project is expected to bring 200 jobs and an estimated $85 million into the local economy over the next 15 years. the alcohol tax in san francisco is one step closer to becoming a reality the board of supervisors approved a measure today what would still need to be approved at a second board meeting and then it's on
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today he's headed to washington d.c. to be analyzed the pipe was installed more than 50 years ago. that was years before homes were built of the pipe and years before the explosion tonight federal authorities update the investigation live on our air. also we hear from responders possible >> the several blocks on fire at this time. >> we talk to one neighbor whose home was looted after the fire was out. here's the latest from authorities in san bruno they are still searching for three
missing people at least four people were killed in the blast. 37 homes were destroyed, 19 homes were substantially damaged and they remain unoccupied and 321 other homes have been cleared for families to return. kate thompson is live in san bruno or in the hour we heard from the federal investigators. kate. >> federal investigators say right now they're concentrating on piecing together timeline figuring out what happened, when the day of the blast especially folks took pg&e to get to the ball to shut off the gas in the pipeline. why that's important is because 30 years ago there is a pipe blast in san francisco and 30 years ago the ntsb made safety recommendations and employee should know how to get to those files and turn them off quickly pg&e last night as spokespersons and it took an hour and 45 minutes to get people to those of miles and
turn off the gasoline going through that pipeline. another thing investigators are really trying to focus on is trying to contact to get in touch with people and residents who say the smelt gas before the blast. they're asking for people to e- mail them so far they have 90 e- mail's the only one of the e- mail's says does someone spelled gas before the blast and called authorities. >> we are starting to compile a good number of females we have almost 90 e-mail's however only one of those e-mail's reported that a person's no gas it was several weeks ago to call piccinni in the gut response to it. anybody who spelled cast and called pg&e we need to know about that. now why is this so important that someone smelled gas prior to the glass that's because investigators to try to figure out if this was a catastrophic failure or if there's a slow leak in the pipe and it was leaking gas for some time. and then all the sun
something ignited it. this is to very different things and try to figure out which one happened. >> starts of this would be the last several precincts for reporters but they said they're still going to be on the scene. >> he said they're going to be here for it may be even a week for as long as they need. >> ok there's from saudia will check back with kate later on in the newscast. " move over to kron 4 christine conley she is also live in san bruno with details on the first responders and what they say when the gas line exploded. christine carried >> more than 201st responders rushed to the scene on thursday and emergency crews have been here ever since. then show you what's going on right now. you could see pg&e crews still trying to restore power to the area and as we zoom into the fires on here you could see emergency crews doing their work and fire fighters and personnel continuing to sift
through the rubble and look for clues. in the meantime for the first time were hearing from some of the first people that came to the scene let's take a listen to some of their stories. >> my wife and i saw the explosion and i turned to her and she looked at me and said go and i told her i calder when i could pureed >> this down the noise of it was deafening and very loud it sounded very much like a could've been a jet airplane engine still running. >> when i arrived wed walking wounded going toward the fire station. at this time we did have any radios are communications 0 what we did was ask citizens to drive people second-degree burns on their arms and face to the hospital. >> then we discovered back there was no water in the hydrants we think a water main had been blown out by the blast. it's a sinking feeling to say the least because you count on the water being there. >> was one of the hardest things
i had to do. this is like my family and neighbors the walk their dogs we see them day in and day out and very hard to leaf then when i do go home to my family. because i feel obligated and i feel like part me is been left behind. >> a lot of emotion from this fire fighters as they talk about those first moments many of them grow up or live in this area for the people they were responding to were in some cases or people they knew. christine conley kron 4 news. >> the fourth victim killed in the explosion has been identified today as 81 year-old elizabeth torres died in the fire which consumed her home. other relatives were also seriously hurt to they're in the hospital with burns and injuries tonight. the other confirmed dead from the explosion of the 44-year-old jacqueline and gymnast the that's the picture there as well as 20 year-old jessica carried three people
remain missing 17 year-old william who you see on the left and his father gregory on the right to. the third person on accounted for is williams grandmother her name is live on. friends and family have desperately been visiting the evacuation centers calling local hospitals but so far there's been no word and no sign of her. stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage of the san bruno gas line explosion. duke also had door website at www.kron4.com that's where we have door website at www.kron4.com that's where we have comprehensive coverage we can't stop every plane. we're gonna stop this one. you can fly, but you can't hide. ♪
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a firefighter on the latter going high up in the sky to attach that american flag to the light posts there. you could see the building in the background the home completely burned down only the fireplace was left standing. right here to looking at his residence on the bus snapping pictures sharing memories their actually tore in the neighborhood right there trying to see what is left of their neighborhood. in front of them that one card your seeing images of this all over the place. cars burned out and nothing left at just charred remains all of the neighborhood. we have comprehensive coverage on www.kron4.com watch it had over there you could take a look at your slide show filled with your pictures and watch all of our video reports on the san bruno fire coverage. >> conditions out thereño' today that continues over the next couple of days big changes later this week as this storm potentially rolls into the bay area. a full forecast is coming up in just a few minutes.
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concerns of piccinni may be trying to pass the costs of the san bruno explosion on to customers the utility today submitted deification she the commission's see customers to pay for related disasters such as well fires which are caused by the company. kron 4 was at the meeting when that question came up. >> that it was important to make a record today while the public is carefully focused on the issue. >> although the public utilities procedural hearing was focused on a piccinni's application seeking a bill ratepayers for costs related to wildfires caused by the utility company. attorney wanted to know what they san bruno gas explosion is being lumped into the application >> when san bruno as something that is within intimation demesne of those proceedings.
piccinni. >. pg any. spokesperson said the public should not worry about the utility company passing on damage costs connected to the san bruno gas line explosion carrie. z with about a billion r liability insurance that that would be covered under pureed >> so we could have piccinni come down and so they couldn't change their mind down the road and have the ratepayers pay for whatever damages arising out of the tragedy of san bruno. >> san francisco kron 4 news. >> the work does continue in the devastated neighborhood kron 4 moreen kelly shows us the scene near the epicenter of the explosion. >>just a few feet away from the crater you can see the utility trucks are still lining the streets of glenview dr. at&t
tells me they're just about done stringing all the cable for the phone lines and internet connections. they should be done by tomorrow they're telling me. you can see one of their workers stringing cable right now. what there going to do next is take down all of the burned down wire and burned polls. that will be the next job. there's a lot of activity on the scene in here you can see the red cross is on the scene and if i pan over you can see a police officer. but there are a lot of different law enforcement agencies here keeping the scene secure. right behind the officer you can see a truck for a contractor. this is one of many contractors who are here on scene, these are restoration companies. they help deal with fire damage, and water damage and all-around contracting. here's some video shot earlier today of a claims adjuster inspecting a green tagges home. this is one of three homes he's going to be looking at today. aaa, is handling 100 claims in this
area. >> cutaneous inspectors are busy turning of our making home safe for families to go home. when residents that was able to go home but a constant reminder of the terrible disaster can be seen right inside your window. >> the sun finally got back to warehouse was a yellow tag home is now green. it's safe again. >> just realize now it was yellow and now it's a green tag. >> pg&e crews came and got the power up and running. simpered a city inspector took a closer look to make sure it's safe to live in. across the street to the was unmistakable devastation for the explosion will be there for a courtesy for the foreseeable future. >> turn to come back and see devastation in my front yard. it was hard to come back to a very
overwhelming, very emotional. justice alone i'm sure that's now will be here for just what a while pureed >> some people living next to the disasters own say the move away for good. the in dealing with the memory of what happened is too much. this thing here it means living in a place that will never be the same even after the view from the home begins to look like normal neighborhood again trade >> will see how it goes over the neighborhood will turn back but it will be a long time and shore. >> in san bruno craig kron 4 news. if >> one-family lucky enough to escape unscathed by the explosion found a different problem they return to find their homes intact and then realized it had been burglarized during their evacuation. dave talked to them. >> joe beach was showing a san bruno police officer the rooms were someone had broken into the house and stole a small but irreplaceable belongings like for engagement wedding rings that headstones recept
grandfather's ring. >> it's an heirloom recipes of jewelery you can put a value on that. >> talk about the emotional overload coaster they've been riding on since thursday's explosion. >> we are already so glad to come back to a house because were having a anxiously waited for today's. for really glad to find another house in relatively good shape and that all the sudden i hear jody's already screaming about how we've been robbed. so some there was an awful feeling just been on pins and needles the whole time since the explosion happened we finally get back to our house the boat jody anton they have as birthdays of their anniversary with the last month so the burglar was able to take a card and gift certificates along with jewelery and small items that could be carried out
easily that's what's wearing the most as a loss of items that could lead to identity theft. >> they took our passport some mine, my husband's and my three children and both of our social security cards. we had wallace was leftover credit cards and thinks. >> it potentially so our identity and crucial. my >> checkbook everything. >> several police said they received a few of the reports of burglaries in the area but not have link this burglary to many others pending their investigation. in san bruno kron 4 news. >> this just in the lieutenant government signed an agreement that says he's going to speed up the large developer and project of the waterfront should concede right here on google earth is let's take the chateaux were going to fly on and and this is when the " tonight project is supposed to go from 10th avenue all the way all over to fallon
st. and then the other border of the project is raid along the embarcadero there. this calls for 3100 homes 200,000 square feet of retail space and to new marine spaces. it was a cruise proved by the city council to dispense with stalled by lawsuits and other issues some of that now letting them it's going to take a good 15 years to complete. we have a programming note to tell you about this thursday night nbc will air the giants game and chronicle air nbc programming trade at 8:00 on kron 4 he can catch this season premiere of the apprentice. it will be followed by a special edition of kron 4 news at 10:00. will be followed by a special edition of kron 4 news at 10:00. rry brown's good old days. but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it.
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bay. of a picture kron 4 here is a look at your 7 day around the bay around the bay forecast curie continued warming to are we to thursday-big changes in the end of this week at pretty strong start for this time of year will dig into the pacific northwest and the tail end will clip us so starting friday in the north bay and on saturday for the rest the bay area it will be cooler temperatures as we head into sunday in the rest of next week's things would dry and warm up. >> this is a live picture from the scene of the san bruno neighborhood paid by the explosion fire. a lot of work going on some of those evacuated are back home for others as little nothing to return to. the investigation continues and so does our coverage. it will be right back with more after the break.
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the skit to kron 4 kate thompson is live in san bruno tonight. >> investigators shedding a little bit more lane follow what they're concentrating on what it comes to the blast during the said rate now to try to figure out if there was a catastrophic failure that caused the blast cut by the tail but once or was there a small leak. was there a pinhole leak or gas is leaking out for some time and then all the sudden and ignition. why this is significant is because there has been reports said that people in the neighborhood had smelled gas prior to the gap's weak and that's why investigators are trying to find out so far they've only received one account someone sang they smelled the gas and called authorities. the other big thing investigator spoke about is putting together a timeline of events what happened that day. they said 30 years ago there is a glass of san francisco back then in a safety recommendations of false to shut
off the gas to pipelines. a piccinni's and last night it took an hour and 45 minutes to get employees to the golfer to show off the gas. >> some of the recommendations made is in response to emergencies in particular making sure responders are properly trained to respond to emergency in making sure the ball sunday to be turned off had been exercised amherst a functional. >> investigators will be here for about the next week they said really doing interviews speaking to people in the neighborhood and speaking to pg&e employee is still no longer be doing the evidence collection on seen any more. >> remove from kate thompson to kron 4 christine conley she is also live in san bruno and has details about what the first responders face on the gas line exploded. >> more than 201st responders rushed here on thursday and emergency crews have been here ever since. some of the crews
here behind me let's pan over and show you what's happening right now pg&e crews have been out here these are comcast cruiser looking at here restoring cable to the area tried to get things back to normal. as we zoom into the fires don't get a little bit of go we saw people in white suits digging through the rubble the investigation continues and in the meantime were hearing from some of the first responders here's one officer story we first arrived to the scene. >> i was on call but off-duty at the time i looked out i saw the smoke, the flames and i knew i had to go. it i was thinking to myself sing were the flames were coming from minute i had known a lot of people who lived in that particular neighborhood i basically grabbed the first for law-enforcement personnel wearing anything that had to do with law enforcement and i took them with me. we started doing the evacuation's on the house is going down the hill thinking we have to get this close to the
flames as we possibly can without us getting burned. we don't have equipment to prevent us from he to so it got down there as close as we can and started knocking on doors and forcing doors open and going out the back door. feeling the flame that was very very hot and and just thinking we have to start working back up the hill because were getting too close. that officer saying he wanted to get as close as he could to help as many people as he could in the neighborhood. they're hoping a lot of elderly people out of their homes as well. there were grateful that those officers were there let's continue our team coverage as jeff bush has more on the cleanup efforts. there's no shortage of work for cleanup crews it was the priority of the day for those lucky enough to have their homes baird from the devastating fire. cleaning was always an option some things were just too far gone and had to be thrown away. fortunately there were big
dumpsters laid out about every half block. this table is a reminder of how close the fire came you can see where the fly in amber landed on it. the table burned the house didn't. the dumpsters were to go by midafternoon in the kept coming back again and again to drop off or destroy property. cleaning trucks were on me insurance adjusters were also making a visit to their clients. they're respecting the property in getting the claims rolling. if these were the lucky ones not too far away was the destruction left behind most of the house is in a burned out area were reduced to nothing more than concrete slabs and chimneys. the idea is to keep people from going and but that he was still there acting as a reminder of how lucky those were to still have a home to live in. in san bruno jeff bush kron 4 news. after the cleanup clear is what happens to those affected by all of this. kron 4 vicki caught up
with the mayor of san bruno today each day he goes face-to- face with the victims of this tragedy. mayor of san bruno making the rounds pressing the flesh. these of the same people i meet at church on sunday, the same people i meet at the grocery store, the same people that stop you on the street and say i don't need to bother you but to, i have a pot hole in front of my house. instead of pot holes mayor jim has bigger problems. we have two girls coming up at the end of this week in the first of next week people lost their homes and everything completely and we expect the little turn of more exactly at this point in time some of the big emotional hit is over. i've gone from jubilation that my family survived and they rationalist on the street screaming and refining of places and are starting to be able to look towards the future. was
satisfied as he could be at this point in time. he seemed to be getting a line on some housing for a sofa in his wife his wife is pregnant. mayor jim city's place so many of come together in tragedy and looks for to do it today when he can do with the mundane matters of running a town. the healing process has started. the san bruno disaster is bringing many people together for offering donations of food and lodging and much- needed money. it is also attracted people from all over the bay were there just to do one thing, stanley roberts spent the day and several other show you what's happening in this edition of the people behaving badly. keep moving, keep moving. keep moving to california highway patrol was forced to babysit a stretch of san bruno ave today because of people behaving badly but this man
crossing little this street off. this area became so bad that local and state law enforcement had to step in to calm things down. all show you why. lets the driver of the red car slowly cruising of san bruno ave the flesh is leaking. then the car comes to a stop. this driver was not the only one to resist passenger who jumps out of this car on san bruno ave. she gets out to point at the scene of disaster of the driver waits then seconds later she jumps back in. only so the driver could blocked traffic and parking the left turn lane to keep watching for about five minutes. these people off of one thing in common their car gawkers or look you lose. the shop when there's a disaster they've never a purpose other than to look and take photos of the tragic events in this case december disaster. but this guy
running down several he parked his car and no parking area slated sap flows with the cell phone. according to several residents to can't find archenteron stray because of all these caulker showing up. please keep in mind allies for lost tariffs if you really that interested in seeing what's happening watch the news so the police can focus on more important things. keep moving, keep moving. in san bruno stanley roberts kron 4 news. stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage of the san bruno gas line explosion. you also had to or website www.kron4.com that's where we have comprehensive coverage of this explosion. we'll be right back. rid of the mansion and the limo
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bay tonight tomorrow morning what the fog same as what we saw out there today. sunshine in the afternoon and still warmer temperatures tomorrow the warming continues into thursday as we head into the data we have a chance of rain. temperatures will cool off a little bit of talk about that and a little bit. if temperatures for tomorrow afternoon up a couple of degrees in our inland spots and low 80's. 80 degrees in santa rosa, 70 to now, 64 and san francisco, low seventies for bay shore and it's a '70s and '80s in the south bay. here kron 4 here is a look at your 7 day around the bay all conditions over the next couple of days and as we head into friday as strong storm is moving into the northwest and it will split bus. will keep you posted as it gets a little bit closer but right now, trainer going to see? it's up in the air. sunday into next week will try out entablatures war back up. >> i'm kimberly sakamoto and
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two games after the giants' starting tonight 12 at home including debakey the first of three with the dodgers. dodgers half-game behind the padre's currently leading the rockies right now. the dodgers they get to play the spoiler the giants have a good feeling about this one after taking three or four from san diego. quite a run to the finish of this one. >> can't take lightly they have a good team and they have pretty good pitching so we have to
continue with the same sort of enthusiasm that we had planned the padre this and get after it. >> we played the game we have a good pitcher out there and he's pitching some nice gains for this rate now were turning the ball over to him and we hope that he pitches like he's capable of. >> he lost his last six starts just before the game the be a moment of silence for the victims of the san bruno gas explosion of the fact the giants are joining didn't $3 for every ticket sold for tonight's game his mom had to be evacuated. >> the house is fine it's pretty sad that people have lost people there. >> collecting money to help the >> victims> it's good because the people need help right now appeared our prayers are with those families who had an injury
and what not and have suffered from this this freak accident. we do support the we are here and our hopes and prayers are with the families it puts everything in perspective. that's the real issue and we're talking go play baseball tonight. people are losing their homes and dying and it's a bad deal. anytime we can help though any way we can were doing it. >> stay away from the dugout to football the heisman trophy is going back. on the controversy reggie bush has decided to forbid his 2005 heisman trophy becoming the first letter to relinquish the award he doled out heavy sanctions on u.s. see related to improper benefits received by bush during his college career. the heisman trust wasn't sure what to do with bush's lead trophy but it and some speculation. he won the trophy in a landslide vote over
events in young. me will young said " definitely wants it and ". he went on to say that bush won a fair and square but if it was offered to him he would not turn it down. he said a lot of respect for bush but they said of the trophy he is not going to say no to it. he's currently the quarterback for the tennessee titans. if stanford bedding at the 19th ranking they've got the player of the week mike thomas stanford quarterback taking away here. this game against ucla, is the junior from texas had five tackles two fumbles including this one returned for touchdowns in stanford's 3520 win over the bruins. from that to some nfl news ryan grant, old boy done for the year. at the running back had a serious injury to his right ankle which he sustained in green bay on
sunday. his injury deals a significant blow to the packer ground game. 1,200 yds rushing in each of the last two seasons. torn ligaments in his ankle and will be on crutches from 10 to 12 weeks. a special tribute to place or the weekend for this special person. >> a small body of water where cal crew starts jillion to stello labored and his boat house is her teammate sanctuary which old memories of conference and national titles. for the last three months the team has carried these memories of jail when late june at age 22 you lost your yearlong battle with you lung cancer shouldn't smoke in fact 60 percent of those diagnosed with lung cancer never smoked a quick decades ago. despite your chemo and radiation she continue to be strong and compete. >> everything i can handle them
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rears training and can't from the corner but just the cheerleaders are already added to with the shooting all of their swimsuit calendar of that cash creek and and the fact the pros are already out for this one in fact we have a bootleg copy of a clip. >> we have a calendar shoot. and we had this new director. happy, now you're sad, happy now your sat again. you are tiger you up to attack the camera try it. >> who he was all it will odd.
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