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saw the headlights and i saw him. >>news is likely he will make got lucky in it just happened and other passenger caught this heartwarming video o'connor hugging and he pulled to safety the 24 year bart veteran says he doesn't consider. >>what he did her he says he was just doing his job. >>i'd like to think that anybody else stand there would have done the same thing i was god put me there for a reason right, i guess. we've got to go home hopefully cures cancers on scene be a young man. got a lot of life they also it's a good one. >>bart officials say the young man who has yet to be identified did not appear to be injured as a result of this fall, but they do say he was severely intoxicated and needed to be transported to a local hospital for his own safety. o'connor says. >>and the man he pulled from that truck weight did exchange a few words the young man thanked him o'connor's response to him was to pay it
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forward maureen kelly for news. >>in the north bay fire crews still working to contain the can kade fired. it is now 80% contained, it's burned more than 77,000 acres and destroyed at least 174 homes. it damaged another 35 properties, full containment is expected by this thursday. all evacuation orders have been lifted. >>i hope he is man says pgd is to blame for the october 27 fire that destroyed his home and damaged several others. milpitas fire says the evidence points to a downed power line but as kron four's rob fladeboe tells us it's not yet clear exactly what caused that power line to come down. >>caroline jones for i'm not sure exactly where >>then we'll see this resident robert peas was watching football a week ago sunday, when he heard a kind of explosion outside his home near the corner of barker's redone maryland avenue. a few minutes later he and his mother and girlfriend are
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running for their lives as their home was destroyed by fire. he says pg e's power lines caused that fire. >>and then also and there's a pop in the power goes out. and then i get a and then it converse with second there's a second pop and the power goes out again and stays out and that's what i hear my girlfriend crab they've fired. >>the milpitas fire department also believes the blaze was sparked by downed wires which spread to vegetation and eventually the home p has acknowledged it was aware of a downed line in the neighborhood that day. but it's not clear what caused the line to fail in a statement to kron 4 news, the utility said pg e submitted an electric incident report regarding the milpitas fire. the information provided is preliminary the genie is continuing to investigate genie. >>had sent the beginning of august, they say they're going to trim the tree in the backyard and the bamboo keep it away from the power lines. >>but they never showed up
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milpitas fire inspector eric emanuel says he has yet to determine if the line was down by the wind by a tree branch by faulty pgd equipment or by something else video and still pictures shot by neighbors show firefighters battling the wind driven blaze, which damaged 7 other homes when the roof on this home caught fire neighbor, jake genna's fought it with a garden hose and the flames are just going like 60 miles an hour up in the air. >>and amber's are flying down towards this way in my house come the women's movement >>the jenny had killed the power across the region that day because of high winds. but this part of milpitas is not considered a high risk area. >>this is the alternative you know, and it's like well this is the alternative that i much rather have the unpopular rolling outages, you know, there's got to be a better way. >>in milpitas rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >>fire pga. the equipment is under investigation as the
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potential cause of 7 fires last month. the california ymca california utility commission they're looking into pg e's involvement in the cause of the kincade fire. a report shows the company was aware of a transmission outage near the geysers when that fire broke out cal fire crews found what appeared to be a broken jumper cable and that area. the commission also looking at the utility's involvement in 2 fires in lafayette, one of them destroyed part of the lafayette tennis club over 27th. the fire marshal determine pg any pop our lines caused that fire then and east contra costa county fire officials determined apg and the equipment sparked 2 fires one on bethel island. the other in oakley and we're learning that pg and he acknowledged that it is looking into whether a fire and martin is might have been caused by its equipment. this was also october 27th contra costa county fire officials say it was caused by power lines and a transformer.
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>>low income like a lot of people out here. and we just don't have the money resign. >>a local assistance center has been set up in healdsburg where people can get help from the kincade fire. and conference charles clifford he was there and has the details. here in healdsburg on monday local assistance center has been opened for folks who are impacted by the recent think a fire and also the power outages now there are dozens of government agencies here along with nonprofits insurance companies here to answer questions big and small for folks who are impacted. we have the department of health care the california department of motor vehicles permits to know about for folks who might want to get started on the permitting process callow we asked the contractors state license board, the red cross insurance companies, salvation army and the united way and a lot of folks been standing in line for hours trying to get some help i talked to 2 ladies we're here to try to replenish some of the food they lost because of the power outages. >>we are just hoping to
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replenished. services that we need. personally have breast cancer science not only having. expense but added on. this evacuation and trying to recoup what we've lost and. low income like a lot of people out here. and we just don't have the money resign. >>now the local assistance center will be open on monday tuesday and wednesday here in healdsburg from 10 to 7 it could possibly be open longer than that if there is a need and also one final note, immigration status is not being considered when it comes to giving out help no matter what your status is you can come down here for assistance but for now in healdsburg charles clifford kron 4 news. >>and a story we're following out of the east bay, a 5th person died over the weekend following a shooting at a halloween party in orinda police still looking for the shooter. investigators did
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find 2 guns inside the home. they're working to see if those guns are connected to the shooting the halloween party happened at a home rented out as an air bnb on lucille way on the night of the party, some neighbors called police complaining about the noise. police reportedly work already on the way to the house when shots were fired. inside the home tonight we are learning more about the victims from last week's deadly shooting at that party in orinda. >>one of the 5 people killed is being remembered as a good father, helping to raise his 2 children with his girlfriend and a small north bay town kron four's haaziq madyun has that story. here in marin city. >>family and friends are mourning the loss of 29 year-old javelin county. the county is one of 5 people gunned down while attending a halloween party in the city of orinda thursday night. >>i'm heartbroken because we love 1, one of our own in our community. >>close family friends loved
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or hated says that she has no job and county from the time that he was bored and watched him well into manhood and he was a good dad. >>my grandson is the plan is house his family is really torn up behind subspecies baby his side. these are these old enough to kind of understand. >>in fact she says the last time that she saw him earlier that day taking his children out for deemed this winter could train with his babies. jets. he was out here with the kids and within hours javelin county was gone. >>lenore hayden says she is struggling to make sense of such a violent incident, taking so many lives i was at home. >>my daughter came flying in a room living room, this is like mom. there was a shooting at a party in my then she was like. dad i said oh my i know people reports top and not so true i think in that there was one person the fact that in no was a mass tonight in november the
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cow disease he was this at the wrong place at the wrong time. >>these are photos from a memorial for javelin county held over the weekend here in marin city javelin county leaves behind 2 small boys, a 6 year-old and a one year old a go fund me page has been set up to support his children has it revealed in kron 4 news. >>now to an update on a double homicide that happened back in june doctors say the suspect who allegedly killed a cab driver in a tow truck driver san mateo county is not competent to stand trial. 26 a lake to suu kyi of pacifica allegedly lured cab driver of duma leak nasher to skyline boulevard where he stabbed him with a a large knife and then to suu kyi allegedly called for a tow truck driver and is said to have killed the tow truck driver in the same spot that's according to the prosecution, the prosecution's doctors concluded the des sioux key is not competent to stand trial. even with this new detail. the judge has granted the case to move forward. at a later date. the
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outside with a live look in san francisco giving it a nice view of downtown in the city which is clear we have some fog rolling in. >>there we do live. lawrence karnow is here live so it's going to take some getting used to this dark at 5 o'clock fact estranged i was really change sunset now to 5 oh 8 in the evening and police dark out there now we do have some of that fog that a sneak into the golden gate bridge. and it's right down on the deck so a pretty thick out there overnight tonight along the coastline and just inside the golden gate, it's not going to penetrate the valleys though so you can stay nice and clear there but we've got that fog in place now cool 50 degrees some patchy fog to san francisco, 57 in oakland right now 63 degrees in san jose. still 66 in livermore in concord and 61 degrees in santa rosa. i think as we head toward a tomorrow morning, we're looking at just a couple of patches of fog along the coastline. maybe a couple of batches inside the bay to be a cool start to the day tomorrow and then as we head toward the middle of a here we go mostly
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sunny skies. patchy fog lingering out toward the coast. temperatures though get this by noontime we're in the mid 70's again in some of the valleys and probably some 60's and a few 70's around the bay, even at noon and then in the afternoon stake in the low 80's in the warmer spots inland. lots of 70's inside the bay and some 50's 60's along the coastline of course we love to get a little rain working its way in our direction is there anything on the horizon we will ask that question talk about that coming up a few minutes. coming up 2 inmates still on the run after escaping from the monterey county jail. a look >>how they got away plus apple announces a major donation to try to help ease the housing crisis in the bay area and across california. we'll tell you how much they're donated and less than a week after its well known building was destroyed by the kincade fire. the soda rock winery making something of a comeback. come try my really big chicken sandwich combo with two patties for $4.99, or three for $5.99, or four for $6.99. that's an amazing deal, jack! hey, thanks, stanley. ow. ...wait, what's happening?
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stanley! you're deflating! hold me, jack! only at jack in the box. of the new floor & decor don't miin milpitas. opening if you have never been to a floor & decor, you have to go to the grand opening. hardwoods, laminates, tile or stone. holy smokes, this place is huge!
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i'm on a budget and i was able to go to floor & decor, and save a lot of money. you will be blown away by this experience. the pros come here. i come here. if you love your wallet, and you love your home, you have to go. floor & decor. opening november 14th in milpitas, off the 880 freeway on north mccarthy blvd. annoepidemic fueled by juul use with their kid-friendly flavors. san francisco voters stopped the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. but then juul, backed by big tobacco, wrote prop c to weaken e-cigarette protections. the san francisco chronicle reports prop c is an audacious overreach, threatening to overturn the ban on flavored products approved by voters. prop c means more kids vaping. that's a dangerous idea. vote no on
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juul. no on big tobacco. no on prop c. two breaded chicken patties plus fries and a drink for $4.99. three patties for $5.99. or even four for just $6.99. four patties? well, tickle my elbow! no thank you. try my really big chicken sandwich combos. starting at $4.99. >>the search continues for 2 men charged with murder who escaped from a jail in monterey county. kron four's and his choice is down the studio has details on the investigation and how those 2 men managed to get out pretty impressive and the sheriff wants people to get a good look at these folks if you see them out in the community, you are we're asked to call law enforcement 21 year-old santos fonseka and 20 year-old jonathan salazar. >>had been behind bars since last year and they were awaiting trial on murder counts and numerous other
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felonies police say these 2 should be considered armed and dangerous they broke out of jail in salinas early yesterday morning and now we're getting a closer look at the area where the men escaped. there is a hole in the ceiling right here and part of the prison it is small just 2 feet by 8 inches. they shimmied through there. again these 2 got up through that hole and then it's not exactly clear how they were able to get past the jail guards deal with the barbed wire and it's not clear where they might be heading. but this isn't the first time someone escaped from the jail, the last escape was 5 years ago when an inmate climbed out of a ventilation duct at the jails rehab center. the monterey county sheriff's office is now offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to salazar and fonseka's capture. we'll keep you posted there catherine can back to you. >>thank you graeme was taken to another live look outside city hall which looks beautiful on a clear there
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anyway. >>sure lawrence karnow here, it's also kind of work week we have ahead of us. well i wish i could tell you is full of rain here and snow up in the sierra nevada, but point i mean this is getting hard to find anything. coming our way right now certainly that is a concern, especially with all fires, not only around here but around the state out there right now though we've got a mostly clear skies. it is hazy. we do have a couple patches of fog that a movie and along the coastline. >>and some of begin to sneak inside the bay. i temperatures yeah they have just been something else to be like the warm weather you're probably just love that 76 degrees today, it's not often you see san francisco warm in the san jose, but here you go 75 degrees in san jose today, 72 in oakland you can see all these temperatures running well above the average over 10 degrees above the average some parts of the bay area so well above the average stay above normal and that's the way it's going to be here as we look out to in the future temperatures all around the bay area now the warm side 77 in the bottle 75 in napa
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today. he won the warm spot in concord 72 degrees in fremont 74 mount the u and 73 degrees in redwood city so we'd love to get the rain coming here, but it can have the eyes will be nice out there now we are seeing some of that fog along the coastline, we're scanning your skies from the doppler just nothing really to generate any rain in fact a look at the bigger picture you see in the low clouds and fog moving in along the entire state of california least along the coastline all the way down point conception here so the fog is back that means the sea breezes returned a little bit i think as we get into thursday think we start to crank out a little more of an offshore wind nothing really strong but enough of a officer when to bring back more clear skies even along the coastline. it is cooling off now in that fog you've got 49 degrees in pacifica still 58 in the san francisco, 65 in redwood city 63 in dublin, 66 and conquer right now and 59 degrees in the napa valley tonight you see mostly clear skies inland some chilly temperatures out there. the air. still pretty dry. away from the humidity started to pick up a little bit along the coast with the on shore breeze
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and that's where we're starting to see some of the clouds developing as well tomorrow should be sunny and warm just a couple of coastal clouds and that strong ridge of high pressure dominates our weather and that means we'll see more hazy days ahead tomorrow going to be no exception, he's a conditions all around the bay area under that big ridge of high pressure up but not much in the way of wind really to get rid of it. this what we call a rex block that is a very strong ridge of high pressure usually they last about 14 to about 21 days this one could even last longer than that it's been around couple weeks now it looks like it may be down around least a couple, maybe even 3 weeks more before we start to see that ridge oreaking down and back to long range models showing you right here we've got storm systems off the coastline just can't get here they're all headed up into canada right now maybe as we get in the following week maybe finally something begins to punch through, but we've got to wait and see. so far no rain in sight. thank you lawrence. >>as the kincade fire continues to burn recovery has already begun for some of the hardest hit victims. the soda rock winery this went up in
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flames, a a week ago the main building reduced to rubble. but firefighters were able to save the bar and that sits on the property and that's where they held an impromptu recovery wine tasting kron four's was there and has more. the clinking of glasses. >>and several spot. the moment sips that's what the employees at soda rock winery thought was dead just after week filled with loss and guess >>one week later already up and running put it out on the instagram and i said i'll be there shortly. so change her plans and. happy to say that these guys are jumping right back it they're going return talk about resilience think it's really and really grateful. fate strong enough to >>to be able to come to an iconic place and say i've had and i was part of the rebuilding. you can't see that very often one week ago an ember from the kincade fire
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made its way to the winery's main building. >>all that's left standing now his its front facade. the flames. >>ripping out of that that little. >>window the 150 year-old building had been restored by its current owner ken wilson, back in 2000 it's been a it's a tough week. you know sitting there. the reality of losing so to rock into my life. wilson says restoring the old general store and post office was a labor of love a lot of memories in heat and every part of that that winery from 8 to almost don't even like >>remind myself of that. all those little. delicacies that that i >>put in there still good deal of inventory was lost most of the soda rock line is stored off-site making the decision to start a grassroots recovery on saturday. an easy >>as you can see lot of people just the in here just to offer
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theirs, sincere. regrets for losing. icon of the valley. so now we kind of say the reality that yes. this winery burned. but. the rest of this whole valley is pretty is pretty much intact and alexander valley will be. here next the years to come in healdsburg noel bellow. >>kron 4 news. >>coming up at 6.44 president trump demanding that the identity of the whistleblower be revealed saying the person lived it's happening as is also dealing with impeachment proceedings and up next the fda is recalling more than a 100 pre packaged vegetables from grocery stores will tell you what they're contaminated with. after the break. there are those who will say that you're:
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too unexpected. too limited. and to them we say too bad. because at kaiser permanente, we believe that everyone deserves the right to thrive. >>and a new study published in the cardiology journal of the american medical association researchers found the number of heart disease related deaths went up by 8.5% from the start of 2011 to the end of 2017. and that same time period. the number of deaths from heart failure increased by 38% heart failure is a common chronic complication of heart disease that occurs when the heart can't pump enough blood. the rise due in part to
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obesity and diabetes and the rapidly aging population which is most at risk for heart disease. 80% of those heart disease deaths were among people 65 and older. researchers say by 2030 the population will have a projected 44% increase in adults over 65 and focus now needs to be on prevention and treatment to slow heart related death rates for today's health minute. i'm mandy gaither. also for your health more >>100 vegetable products are being recalled because of listeria concerns the recalled packages have a sell by date of november, 16 for of this year you could for ideas of man's demonte trader joe's so far there have been no reported illnesses. puppy stolen from a berkeley shelter has been found. >>the person suspected and is still on the loose plus for only a year away from next year's 2020 presidential election, how lawmakers on capitol hill are.
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>>getting ready. next at 6.30 apple joins the growing list area tech companies trying to ease california's housing crisis after the break what they're doing.
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shouldn't they go to prison for as long as the law allows? chesa boudin said he wouldn't seek maximum sentences as district attorney, even for murder. we are a progressive city, but letting violent criminals off early endangers everyone. ad paid for by san francisco police officers association. not authorized by a candidate or committee controlled by a candidate. disclosures at >>following tonight, apple is donating 2 and a half billion dollars to help fight california's housing crisis, the tech giant announced that plan today it's going to provide housing for extremely low income adults in the san
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jose area. it's also designed to help low income veterans and disabled, formerly homeless people. apple says the cost for people to rent or buy of course a skyrocketing and the availability of affordable housing. just is not keeping pace with the region's growth ceo tim cook says apple has long called the silicon valley home and he says the company wants to make sure the area stays vibrant place where people can live have a family and contribute to the community. earlier today on kron on we spoke with carl guardino of the silicon valley leadership group to see how this pledge could affect the community. >>first we need to identify that california is in a crisis of our own making and i see our intentional it. it's been 30 years 1989 since california consistently met its annual targets for the amount homes we need to build just to keep up with our population 30 years of neglect has led to this housing crisis. we're
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which will not be solved in the day when it was 3 decades in the making. but it's important that we're all stepping up to do our part whether it's time and treasure or talent as apple google facebook and other industry leaders, large and small continue to do. >>apple's explaining that they're pouring in this money in order to cut through red tape and get the job done faster. kind of regulations are getting in the way that apple believes that they will be able to get it. >>well i can certainly speak to what regulations make building homes a challenge in


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