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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>catherine: a fire in redwood city is our breaking news. it is a materials business called granite materials. making things like concrete, and building materials. this is right in the middle of an industrial area. minor injuries, no details although firefighters got this at 2: 35. some of these your photos is that heavy black smoke, 1 0 1, and nearby offices heard a large boom. we are going to get details on exactly what happened.
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again, a minor injuries. all of these pictures showing you the heavy smoke and the fire is a dying down just a little bit but it is going to be a while before it is completely out. >>pam: to resolve is joining us live. teresa estacio? >>reporter: this is milken's met the spokesperson for redwood city. the fire has died down malcolm--smith and what happened it to this for that black plume up until this air? >> we are not sure exactly right now but once we start the investigation. >>reporter: firefighters caught my attention. you and i have been speaking. tom with the firefighters are going to do now that the blaze is out. >> they are checking everything with underground tanks. and asphalt, oil is getting out of the
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containment area. at this point we're confident that none of that is getting into the storm system or the environment. >>reporter: we are very close to the bay is that a concern? >> that is always a concern in redwood city. it is a top priority. >>reporter: this team on the camera and we have a another on a set that are going out there. of the specialists in regard to being trained to deal with this asphalt fire? >> they all of various specialties but they're all starting their investigation but primarily to make sure the equipment is safe. the fire is completely out to do a variety of items. >>reporter: injuries. how many? >> we have recorded one minor injuries we're a very fortunate. >>reporter: was it firefighter or someone here at the plant. >> it was my understanding that it was not a firefighter and it was here at the plant. >>reporter: the shelter in
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place is it active? >> it is resending but with a plume of smoke would not want people to get the opportunity to know right away purthe shelter is right away and place so if they have any medical od indicators? to seek medical attention. >>reporter: the odors and perhaps is it if there is people with asthma? >> and the type of existing respiratory condition. to make sure people can get into an area where they are out of that smoke. >>reporter: long as this company out here? prior problems with this? >> it is been here for quite a while. i do not know how many years exactly. >>reporter: we are looking at a bit of a command center. you can see where the firefighters are speaking to each other in the granite employees. talk to me in regards to what is going on and on on folding. fed
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>> this is the nerve center. the command center. this is where the chief, and the folks that are involved with granite rock determined what type of information they need to make sure that it is safe. >>reporter: 82, and pam, back to you in the studio thank you--reporting live in redwood city. that explosion and now an investigation at this granite/asphalt company. >>catherine: target acquired and executed a osama bin laden instead. a tactical operation al queda, his body was identified using dna. tonight at 4:00 p.m., a team coverage including the latest on the body the mission to take his body, and also the mother from 911 become and find out if this is actually safe? >>pam: new details surrounding the death of osama bin laden are
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beginning to emerge. the founding of al qaeda and the 911 masterminded propaganda are recording the shortly before his death. soon. that videotape is expected to surface soon. also, that figure was also expected to be released to the public is a barrel. photographs of the body were taken before it was dropped. into the north arabian sea and finally, home grown retaliatory plots and response to his step. j. r. stone has been following the wire. following and has the response of the death- >> 1/2 different parts of this attack. if you can see president barack obama and this situation room a. this is a was spent sunday but let me show you these pictures, larger. this is where osama bin laden was
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killed. and navy seals team between 20-25 people between two different law clock choppers. with 12-18 different wires of barbwire, and a serie doors. gunfights, and sources say a woman was used as a human shield. she was shot. osama bin laden was shot in the head before the, the chest. that is now also new information and within 40 minutes, one of the chopper had engine problem. it was because of the lack of air. the wheels and. video. and later will show but at 5:00 p.m., we're also going to take a closer look at how this help and with computer technology imagery. and that is coming up 5:00 p.m..
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reporting in the studio, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. fifth off >>this just in to the kron 4 news room we are getting word that president obama will travel to ground zero. a number of press members said that he will arrive there thursday to pockmark the killing and honor the victims of 911. and we will keep you posted, grant lotus. kron 4 news. >>catherine: and not a lot of direct visual evidence however, certainly in no area will mark his peril. the reason his body was quickly disposed of in the north caribbean sea. >> only a few hours after he was killed, the north-are we be in the sea. from this air craft. --arabian sea it was washed, according to islamic custom, past placed
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in a white, cut and back and put on the board and tapped into the water. the retiremen off commanders say the this will be done according to regulation. the inland body is brought on board there was always an honor guard, and held with respect. we follow the religious customs of but never the individual is that is being buried. >>catherine: the honor guard does not meet honors. >> i doubt that will never surrender and the honors were to occur. >>catherine: sermon in that body is quickly-disposing the body quickly is partially not with tradition. however, does pursing that body into the dispersing the body into the ocean was a safer bet. >> that way, nobody can actually build a shrine.
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>>catherine: some people are saying that violated religious details but those are trivial. considered by most. >>pam: mother of nine eleven is hailing the death of nothing great then justice served. she is celebrating the death and saying that it is about time. >> considered effective for about one decade we been taunted by one american demand that is been issuing threatening videotapes and a threatening the united states in issuing spotlights. i think it is a proper to celebrate his demise. with nine years, seven months. it has been a long time coming. frankly, i am scared of ever hearing the news that he is... my
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faith in the united states a system of government and our military was restored last night. when i learned the details of the apprehension and killing of osama bin talal then. >>catherine: mark bingham to discredit it put convincing the hijackers to crashed in a field near virginia. she says the war on terre is not over and every american should be on on their toes, until every single terror in his terror person as a threat. >>pam: police presence has been increased, not only
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national but locally. >> not only being observed and your best deterrent. the bottom line is that if it is going to happen is going to happen. quicken try to cure it from happening. >> passengers will notice that it is going to have more security. to make sure that we're doing everything that we can. >> this will not impact our operations and we're under elevated security. we will just have more of a visible presence to make sure that we have patrols. but that is just a normal quiet day here at the airport. >>pam: continuing coverage of the osama bin laden death. >>jacqueline: current conditions cooler on the coast. 57 degrees and t the 8 and have been bain half moon y
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>>pam: the southern united states is still recovering. preliminary estimates the evermore tornadoes in one day than any in u.s. history. hundreds of people are still without shelter. >>reporter: record-setting 312 tornadoes and one day last week. if the twister killing almost 340 people across the seven states. in a 24 hour. from wednesday- thursday. the search effort continued on monday. for at least 400 people missing. the hardest hit was tuscaloosa, alabama. 39 people died and survivors are looking for neighbors, friends janet lau pala tunnel, toward the area. >> --nepalitano -
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>> not a quick one but a complete recovery. >>reporter: flooded homes beating several without houses and shelters provided food and supplies by the red cross. >> all i can do is cry because i miss my house. >>reporter: federalese disasters are getting helped to mimic-federal relief helpers' are guiding people to the red tape. >>pam: the program and not the giants to be on nbc, the kron 4 news will be on at 9:00 p.m. we will be back.
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>>pam: this body was found early this morning and chinatown. investigators were called the 6:20.
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building and voice on this woman's body partially closed on an exterior. at this time they do not know the cause of death. this is the city's 34th homicide. oakland had 31 deaths this time last year. (music) >> jacqueline: a live look from golden gate bridge. fog closed to the coast. and it will stack and early tomorrow. overnight the conditions will be clouds. tomorrow morning and that fog is going to bump up along the coast. it will even dissipate earlier with warmer temperatures setting in for most of the bay iraq. we will b in the 70's tomorrow. that /+ bay-area-- the fog is only going to be here, briefly. continuing until 6:00 p.m. still over the bay and along the coast.
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it will scale back and clear out by 9:00 p.m. you can see the wind clearing out. 9:00 a.m.--and temperatures will be warming especially into wednesday. , the temperatures will be 79 in santa rosa, 69 in san francisco and pumping up from today. hohokam 70 in richmond, and the inland valleys. through warmer along the coast at 60s in half moon bay, upper 70's, low 80s, for the south bay. it your kron 4 7 day around the bay warmer tomorrow, and really through wednesday we are going to keep it warm into thursday. temperatures in the 80s, nearly bay-area wide. going down a bit by thursday but will start a cool down more than average as we go towards this weekend. >>pam: catalina island a wild fire is burning and it is not iunder control. what
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now, i just need to curb the shoe shopping. ♪ >> please pardon the delay. >> rob black is here. rob?
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>> rob: it kept the dollar lower. and profits for getting out of the burning season. and a severe catalyst the market was actually radical today. and-- >>catherine: investigators are looking at the big picture more rationally, and calmly if this happened five years ago? eight years ago? would it we have seen a different reaction? >> rob: 2001, that tragedy. and then greenspan stepped in and lowered interest rates. the last nine years. of a lower interest in my mess because of the environment with osama bin laden. the impact of of our economy he destroyed one of thihourhe destroyed--our econom >>catherine: that was one of
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his mission's! >> rob: >> yes, with hotel and travel was impacted it is a positive but it is a retired terrorist. that world can go on without him. f >>catherine: better for obamas. >> rob: record president obama. >>catherine: great for president obama and rob black will be back after this.
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: 4:30 the developing story of the death of osama bin laden. new details surrounding are beginning to emerge. it is believed that the founder of al queda. and the mastermind of 911 it is propaganda recording before his death. it is expected to surface, soon. we have learned that the actual burial plo


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