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dry as well, but it is cold this morning in the 20s in most of the neighborhoods. so layer up. cloudy and cool, chances of light rain and drizzle for tomorrow. and still looks like friday is going to be pretty cloudy as well. out the door you go this morning, 24 in lorton. 18 in winchester and manassas. lots of sunshine before noon today. then clouds increasing later on this afternoon. afternoon temperatures up near 50 degrees. and the early grandma's house to head back home, in the 50s. but again, thanksgiving and the day after could be rainy. more about that coming up in a few more minutes. melissa says things are going downhill fast. here at fox hol near canal road, much of the traffic is returning or turning around due to a crash in the area. i'm trying to figure out what is going on, but they are turning folks around.
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66 is okay. 95 northbound was wood bridge, people are leaving town. 95 in maryland, no major problems. an update on the travel times in ten minutes. and we are following breaking news in riverdale over a house fire in the city of riverdale. we are taking a live look from above. as we zoom into the house right here on the corner o know. a mother and a daughter were able to escape this early morning fire. at this point, we know that one of them is in critical condition. the mom suffering burns and smoke inhalation. she's in the hospital. the firefighters are taking a look at the scene from the ground, this is earlier pictures we have. firefighters from prince george's county at this time trying to contain the hot spots. but you can see at one point the smoke stretched high into the
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caused the fire. check the nbc washington app for updates on this breaking story throughout the morning. now back to you. thank you. a gaithersburg family rattled from their beds when a car careened off the road into their home. you can see the dramatic scene play out here on kaymar way. justin finch is looking at the damage and knows how everybody is doing this morning. >> reporter: and still quite a we've got bricks and debris strewn about. look behind me here, you're going straight inside this home here where the car was overnight. firefighters are going to shore up this home with wood and other materials here. despite all this, the driver suffering non-life-threatening injuries. and three people inside were trapped upstars and had to be rescued from the second floor. we'll show you the scene moments after this crash, this is what montgomery county firefighters found just after 11:00 last night.
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front wall of this gaithersburg home and plowed all the way inside. a two-story townhouse here after the 1900 block of keymar way. the county firefighters response team had to work to rescue the three adults who were trapped upstairs. and again, back live here, they had to shore up the front of this home here. it is still very much open inside there. and as you can see right here, the home has been deemed unsafe by county inspectors. no word on what to go into this home. again, three people had to be rescued. the driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries. back to you. thank you, justin. we have been warning you all week that this is expected to be the busiest thanksgiving fortravelers ever. according to aaa, 48 million americans will journey 50 miles or more this thanksgiving. if you are still planning to get out of town, leave before noon today.
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sunday will be the next busiest travel day. everyone is heading home that day. at 6:30 we'll take a look at what is being done at local airports to keep security lines moving during this busy time. and if you ride metro, you can be thankful this holiday for no track work. metro won't start up the next safetrack surge until monday. that's when trains on the orange and silver lines will single track near east falls church and west falls church for 24 days. metro's problems may impact the purple light rail system before building even begins. a federal judge said metro's poor performance could impact ridership on the purple line. the judge also ordered the transit federal administration to conduct another environmental impact study for the project. that means a big delay in the project and possibly a bigger price tag. the construction was approved in 2014. and we are following a developing story out of southeast washington this morning where d.c. police are trying to figure out who killed a man at 22nd street and savannah place.
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sometime before 9:30 last night. police have not released any suspect information. and five minutes after the hour, a special tribute today for the man known as d.c.'s mayor for life. the marion barry monument will be unveiled today at the congressional cemetery. barry's family formed a committee after his death to plan a tribute. at 10:00 this morning, they will unveil the monument marking the second anniversary of barry's death. barry died from a heart attack at 78 years old. andes trump could make new cabinet appointments as early as today. this morning there are reports that south carolina governor nikki haley has been chosen to be the u.s. ambassador to the united nations. haley is in the middle of her second term as governor and was praised for her handling of the charleston church shooting last year. haley was critical of trump during the primary and would need to be confirmed by the senate. meanwhile, the president-elect spoke with "the new york times" yesterday and he appeared to change his stance on several topics.
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prosecuting hillary clinton. on that issue, trump said, quote, it's not something i feel very strongly about. he goes on to say, quote, i think it would be very, very divisive for the country. it is a special day for tator and tot. the president will officially pardon one of them at the white house. the past several years the pardon turkeys have been sent to the george whi live out their retirement. they are typically placed in a displaypen for a while before being moved out of view. >> and they go to live a life of luxury. >> you need to find frail turkeys for the pardon and put the plump ones somewhere else. >> they are pretty, though. new safety questions this morning about school buses after that deadly accident in
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was a mess because normal commuters mixed with holiday travelers. a look at whether the problem could be repeated today. first, though, we asked you about your worst travel experience. austin, texas, at 5:00 in the afternoon. you don't want to hit austin, texas, at 5:00 in the afternoon. because you can't get through. it takes you an hour or two hours to get through what normally takes 15 minutes. so all the kids were hungry,
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getting geared up for the turkey trot. >> chuck actually runs and does all that stuff before sitting down for a big meal. >> usually after. it's the day after, especially on thanksgiving. any of the highlighted areas are where you could run into weather-related slowdowns today. much of the upper midwest, the
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northwest as well. airport delays most likely weather-let related for houston, memphis, chicago, detroit, maybe minneapolis as well. traveling on thanksgiving itself, boston, seattle, portland. saturday and sunday, saturday, san francisco, los angeles and boston. on sunday, san francisco, salt lake city, denver and las vegas could be impacted. i'll check the fi in a couple more minutes. melissa is still dealing with a problem in northwest. a big problem in northwest. all inbound traffic is being turned around because of this situation there in the outbound lanes. it looks like it was a crash, and now we are talking about ice there as well. that's causing some problems. on metro, we were single tracking there. silver and orange lines near east falls church. that's now just delays. no more single tracking.
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top of the beltway nice and clear inner and outer loop. 66 inbound and outbound just fine. same thing 95 northbound and southbound. a little slow southbound near quantico for folks headed out of town. remember to listen to 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car. and we're hearing from the young mothers of the young children kill in the school bus crash in tennessee. five children were killed when the bus flipped on its side and collided with a utility pole teen. jasmin matine had two little girls on that bus, one did not survive and the other is in the hospital. >> i feel very strongly that we should have seat belts on every school bus in the united states. when you look at children ages 0 to 5, they are correctly restrained in the backseat of their vehicle. that's their habit, they know that is safer. they get on the big yellow
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belts? >> and nbc's jeff rossen has more on the pros and cons of seat belts on school buses coming up at 7:00 a. and a charles county sheriff's deputy is suspended without pay and faces federal child pornography charges. investigators say 37-year-old alexander sullivan had more than 200pictures and five videos of child pornography on his cell phone. sullivan was arrested on monday and appeared before a federal judge yesterday. the judge ordered sullivan to wear an electronic monitoring children. and today parents will likely have to question school staff at the bethesda chevy chase high school. this is a day after five students became sick after taking what seems to be precipitation medicine. four students were taken to the hospital as a precaution and are expected to be okay. another student was picked up by a guardian. it is not known exactly what the students ingested. and the fbi has cleared brad
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it was closing the case without filing charges. last week the l.a. department of children and family services cleared the actor. the allegations were tied to an incident involving pitt's son aboard a private jet back in september. after that incident, actress angelina jolie filed for divorce from pitt. and a pilot strike could affect those holiday gifts that you ordered, it could affect their arrival. pilots contracted to deliver amazon packages began to picket yesterday. transport services group. they are upset because the new contract with amazon is increasing the number of flights they are operating. the company and pilots are discussing new labor contracts. and now to some new information you'll see only on news4, d.c. public safety officials tell the news4 i-team's scott mcfarland repairs are being made to the fire system inside the district's biggest homeless shelter. they are expected to be completed in a month. the government memo obtained by
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suffered continuous extensive vandalism. the damage was discovered after an october fire ripped through part of the complex there. the city is contracted with a fire watch program to protect the facility. if you are staying in town for the thanksgiving holiday, there are plenty of fun family-friendly activities in the area that won't break the bank. i talked to nicole luke, the founder of to activities for our area. the children's science center in fair oaks mall is offering discounted tickets. for $5 instead of $12 you can get in and get your shopping done. and "moby dick" is playing
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is where you can expose your kids to the arts without having to sit for a long performance. >> with the upcoming holidays, the virginia ballet company will be doing a segment of their "nutcracker" there. that's a great way to say, okay, is "the nutcracker" too much? a 30-minute production is a great way to introduce your child to the show. >> nicole luke has a lot of great ideas on for more information, check out about how crowded the roads and the airports will be today, but what about the grocery store? >> very crowded. >> if you haven't finished your shopping for your thanksgiving meal, except crowded stores and empty shelves. one thing that is good here, if you forgot something, most stores are open with limited hours on thanksgiving day. >> it doesn't mean what you need is going to be on the shelf, though. fyi. here's our turkey right
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we'll heat this up and it will taste really good just like you're having at home. this is our corn bread dressing that we will obviously put some water in and heat it up. we've got cherry blueberry cobbler for dessert. that is going to but with a many. >> yum! thanksgiving in space. that is international space station commander shane kimbreau telling us what he will eat above earth. mission control will send up live football games for tm watch to get the full thanksgiving experience. with thanksgiving just one day away, we want to know what you're thankful for. tweet us your pictures using #thankful4. it is washington versus dallas, bring it. go skins. i like his attitude eating all that dry food. he's grateful. for the last time in office, president obama awarded the medal of freedom to several icons yesterday. >> it's the nation's highest civilian honor and the list
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robert de niro, bruce springsteen and ellen degeneres. speaking of ellen, she had quite the adventure before the ceremony tweeted this picture saying she forgot her i.d. so the white house would not let her in. this is not a joke, she had to wait. >> she has people to take care of that. >> she eventually got inside and did the mannequin challenge. you can see it right here. de niro blinked but don't mind him. if you look around the room, you can see the other big names who >> so much fun. ellen degeneres airs right here on nbc4 weekdays at 3:00 p.m. and now we want to turn to storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell keeping an eye on the forecast for the big travel day. >> yeah, ellen is lucky she got in. when they say 100% i.d. check at the white house they mean it. outside our skies are clear. already a little early morning color starting to show up. the sun is coming up at straight up 7:00 this morning. just a few high, thin, wispy
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outside this morning. a little jog or bike ride for the day before thanksgiving day travels. temperatures are in the 20s the next couple of hours. the afternoon high is going to thicken up. there are rain chances sneaking up your way mainly tonight into tomorrow. unsettled weather from chicago to detroit and memphis and little roblg and houston, those airport hubs could be impacted. the good news is the i-95 corridor from bn here's future weather, it brings clouds in by 6:00 tonight. not much of a change. nefrl say never, but not much rain expected until after midnight tonight. here's 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. cloudy skies with pockets of light rain, mist and drizzle and sprinkles throughout the morning. then during the afternoon tomorrow. still a lot of clouds around. any pockets of light rain or
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valley. rainfall amounts will be very thin. then getting into the day after thanksgiving, friday, kind of cloudy skies and a lot of lingering dampness around. so thanksgiving tomorrow looks pretty good. won't be freezing cold. atlantic clouds. we can't rule out a midday drizzle on friday as well. the weekend looks good. sunny 50 degrees. we'll have a whole look at the ten-day forecast coming up at 6:51 to plan your back-to-work and back-to-school forecast coming up. we are seeing some pretty good backups there outer loop near university boulevard. inner loop seems to be moving okay here this morning. inbound canal at foxhall, all inbound traffic on canal, all
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around outbound up foxhall. a big mess there. that is going to cause may job problems. we just have delays on silver and orange because of the problem in virginia. the hottest gift this holiday season isn't something you can buy in the store on black friday. more and more people are opting for experience vacation to a hot air balloon outing. how does that sound? there are also new ways people are traveling from intergenerational and volunteer trips to cultural emersion. >> that's where people feel like they are less tourist and more like real visitors who sample the local culture of where they are visiting. >> air bnb just launched trip. the experiences are hosted by
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a surfing lesson in addition to lodging. there's a site called pack up and go, you don't know where you are going until you get there. i don't like surprises, i need to be prepared. i don't know if i would be be into that. and you can buy more affordable things like movie tickets or something. >> good point. a lot of churches ten to busier after the holiday. how the vatican is making it easier to get to services in your neighborhood. and yeti is the latest social media sensation in your area. look at how to track the great white shark spotted off the
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crews are monitoring a horse this morning that spent most of the day stuck in mud. volunteers used a front-end loader to help lift the large animal to safety. and a great white shark named yeti has been tracked swimming off the coast of virginia. a scientist says the female shark's tracking device was picked up there last thursday. look at that >> do you see the teeth? >> she was tagged in early october off the nantucket, massachusetts, coastline. this shark weighs in at 960 pounds. she's 11 feet long. >> whoa nelly! >> swim the other way, fast. if you are looking for the nearest catholic church, there's an app for that now. >> and the vatican just launched an app called the catholic app. catholics will soon be able to find a place to confess or
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it uses gps technology to direct them to the nearest holy place for confession. and you looked it right in the face. >> that was one big bear. >> from shark to bear, really? >> this is how we roll. we'll tell you what happened after the face-to-face encounter and the food choice of that bear. >> i hope it's chocolate. and erika gonzalez is live at reagan international airport e on one of the busiest travel days of the year. what is being done to keep the lines moving, but first, here's what you don't want to happen on your next trip. there was one time i had to
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imagine a world where the holidays
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pouring through the front door. and the four-letter word that defined the season was l-o-v-e and not s-a-l-e. what if the only reason to wake up at 3 a.m. was to spot a reindeer in the sky? and coupons were only used to redeem one more kiss? that's the world t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods stores live in. where there's no need for sales because we offer amazing prices on popular brands everyday. and where you can always save on thoughtful gifts thanks to weekly arrivals of new products. let's put more value on what really matters. this season bring back the holidays
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at 6:30 we're keeping you up-to-date. a driver slams into a home in gaithersburg leaving a large hole. the car is out now, but three people who live in that home are
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carolina governor nikki haley accepted president-elect pick for ambassador to the united nations. no word when the announcement will be made. and president obama will give an official pardon at the white house. his turkeys are expected to be taken to mount vernon after the ceremony. hi, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and whether you are headed to work or out of town for the holiday, erika gonzalez is live at reagan national airport. but we begin with traffic and weather. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell, a little bit of a chilly start. not too bad. yeah, definitely on the cold side early this morning as you're headed out. there's a beautiful golden sky over reagan national airport right now. a long line of headlights there at the drop off zone. so leave early. the best thing you can do to make your day before
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of extra time. it will be a good day to trot away today. quiet weather up and down the i-95 corridor. clouds come back in this afternoon into this evening. looks like we'll be drizzling on thanksgiving around here. nothing heavy. no heavy rain tomorrow, no washout, but drizzle drops are a possibility both tomorrow and friday. i'll give you details on the timing of the rain drops coming up in a bit. the weekend will be a little bit on the chilly side. for today, sunshine for now after a cold and dry start. it will be a pleasant enough day to get in the car and geton of here. that's unless melissa mollet says there will be a snag on the roads. you wouldn't do that to us, would you? i wouldn't. i am the problem around here. chopper 4 over georgia avenue with a disabled vehicle. they pushed it into the median area at the ramp. you can see inner loop and outer loop okay here near georgia avenue right now. looking pretty normal. and that is out of the way. inbound canal at foxhall, everybody having to turn around and go back up foxhall this
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there's a big slowdown for a lot of people. northbound 295 before south capital, a crash in the left lane. that's also on suitland parkway before stanton road. westbound out of town at hagerstown, there's a crash on the right side getting by. aaron? we are looking live at reagan national airport. >> it is where tens of thousands of travelers will be going in and out of today getting their thanksgiving news4's erika gonzalez is live inside the airport with a look at how things are going. are you seeing any lines, erika? >> reporter: oh, yeah. we have seen a couple. so if you're packing the suitcase this morning, give me a quick second. turn around and look at the screen to give you the inside of the airport. let me know that you're coming here to reagan national this morning. this is right outside gate 35 to 45. here's the start of the line. we come around this way.
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line and tsa pre-check. then come around this way, one, two, three, four, five, five rows deep before you head to security. so maybe you are one of the thousand people from the d.c. area flying this thanksgiving with the number up 5%. round-trip tickets to the top 40 destinations in the u.s., about $200. so really giving incentive to a lot of people to get to their families at thanksgiving. most will be driving, but thousands are taking to the skies this holiday weekend. and some very young travelers are wishing all of us a happy thanksgiving. what are you going to say when you see your uncle? what do you say on turkey day. what do you say? >> happy birthday.
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>> giving. >> reporter: yes, sir. so this is probably the busiest that we have seen the line this morning. it's been moving steadily. and the line is backing up a little bit, but it's really flowing this morning. good luck when you head to the airport this morning as you head out to go see your family. happy thanksgiving, everybody. we'll check in with you in a couple minutes. i'm erika gonzalez, back to you. thank you. if you want to sing happy and now it's 6:35 and one day away from the macy's thanksgiving day parade. this morning police in new york city are doing everything they can to make it safe.
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keep the area safe. and fairfax county police want you to take a good look at this sketch. this is the description of the man accused of showing pornography to two little girls in falls church earlier this month. the suspect drove up to the girls on locker place and tried to get them to watch the obscene video. police are still looking for the suspect. fairfax county police are also searching for this man who they say exposed himself to an 8-year-old boy inside a target store this happened last thursday night em. millions of workers won't be given extra holiday pay this year. under the rule workers would have been eligible for overtime if they made less than $47,000 a year. well, thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to feast. we know that.
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uninvited guest raid the fridge this week. right there. it's a black bear. >> oh, man. >> somebody left the garage door open. that will get you every time. >> don't do it. >> this is in longwood, florida. the bear came sniffing around and the homeowner skipped the dinner and went straight for dessert. >> my kind of bear. >> there's a lot of fish in here. you see how this ice cream is. just like that. it was there, i broke this part off, and zucchini cakes. >> and everybody saw him enjoying the treats. the homeowner says they will remember this open counter and close the up gradual door.
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and anyone who has toys on their holiday shopping list this season, we have hazards to avoid when searching for toys online. and a new honor for marion barry. a big unveiling takes place in a
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6:41 on one o here's a live look at the golden glow in the clear sky today. it's a good day to trot away today, but clouds are come back. temperatures are in the mid to upper 20s for the suburbs. you're off to a cold, dry start. you need the heavy coat, the hat and scarf not a bad call. for kids going to school today, 20s and 30s this morning. increasing clouds this afternoon. temperatures in the upper 40s to right near 50 degrees. the daily grade is the same as
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should be on a day like today, b-positive. melissa is here to help you navigate around the roadways. 295 we have a crash before the 11th street bridge. we are starting to see pretty good slowdowns on 295 headed inbound. and inbound canal there at foxhall, still have that situation unfortunately where folks are being turned around there coming inbound. times, 270 southbound is okay. right now top of the beltway a little slow from the earlier problem outer loop at georgia that has cleared out of the main lanes. 66 inbound and 95 northbound, no problems. we're keeping an eye on 95 southbound in virginia and northbound in maryland. no major worries right now. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 p.m. when you hop in your car today. well, we were doing really good this morning, now we got a
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so if you are flying this morning, we will show you exactly what you're up against when i see you next. we also have new information on the driving record of the tennessee bus driver involved in an accident that killed five children. and d.c.'s erry sanders k he gets a lot of compliments. he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, ?thank you for serving our country? and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him.
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don't miss our black friday specials at havertys. life looks good. welcome back. the day before thanksgiving, a gaithersburg family has nowhere to stay as a car slams right into their home.
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justin cinch is live outside the home with what is going on there. justin? >> reporter: county inspectors deemed this home unsafe. and it is very clear why. look to my left here, a gaping hole where fire crews did show up, but you can see where the suv plowed through the first floor of this house. we'll take you now to some images from last night. this all happened about 11:00 p.m. yesterday at this two-story townhouse off 19000 block. the driver we are told suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital. but inside upstairs, three adults were trapped and did require assistance to be
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brick and debris are everywhere. the three residents who were inside were unhurt. the driver also suffering non-life-threatening injuries. at this time, we don't know what caused this crash. back in to you. >> justin finch live in gaithersburg, thank you. this morning we are learning new details in the deadly bus crash in tennessee. the driver, 24-year-old johnthony walker is in jail charged with five counts of vehicular homicide. kery kerry, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, eun. johnthony walker was hired by a company in illinois to drive the bus here because they outsource for all the hiring here. now is the investigation of this 24-year-old school bus driver, not only was his license
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involved in an accident. there were no injuries, but nonetheless he sideswiped another car. and there were questions about whether there were indications of sort of the inability to drive such a large vehicle, maybe some carelessness. the authorities are focusing on, in this accident, traveling at an excessive control of the vehicle. that's part of the investigation. meantime, i'm at the hospital where 12 children remain, 6 of those who were in the accident that are still in intensive care. some of the parents here have
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their other children what happened here. >> kerry sanders live in chattanooga, thank you. be sure to check for kerry's full report coming up on the "today" show. 6:49 and south carolina governor nikki haley accepted president-elect trump's offer to be u.s. ambassador to the united nations. she will be the first woman and position. haley was critical of trump during the primary and needs to be confirmed by the senate. meanwhile, the president-elect spoke with "the new york times" yesterday. and he appears to change his stance on several topics that include climate change and prosecuting hillary clinton. on that issue, trump said, quote, it's not something i feel very strongly about. as he goes on to say, quote, i think it would be very divisive for the country. a special tribute today for
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marion barry. and 91% residents plan to drive to their holiday destination, that's higher than last year by 6%. and as the roadways are jam-packed, so are the airports. >> and news4's erika gonzalez is live with what you need to know before you head out. erika? >> reporter: good morning, guys. if you look up here, there's the stairs. you go upstairs, check your
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and come back down here. right off the stairs is where the line starts. this is what you're up against this morning. i'll walk through the line with you. all the way up this way. keep going, keep going, keep going. this hit will be over before we get to the start of the line. pre-check is way down this way. so early this morning, if your spouse is one of the people that was asking you, why would you book a 4:30 or 5:00 a.m. flight? this is why. because now we're really starin up here. 49 million people traveling this year for thanksgiving. we wish you a safe and speedy holiday day. about 90,000 people from the d.c. area are flying. have a safe day of travels. i'm erika gonzalez. >> thank you. wow. those are long. can you imagine, this is before 7:00 a.m. can you imagine what it will be like later today in.
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that's an extra 100 plane loads of people just on top of what is always hardly any room. do everybody a favor, don't carry as much on the plane. pack as much as you can and carry on as little as possible. that makes everybody's life easier in the boarding and unboarding process. the skies are clear and it is cold. the suburbs are in the 20s this morning. unsettled weather from the grea through the mississippi river valley down to the gulf coast. so houston, memphis, st. louis, chicago, detroit, minneapolis, could be impacted by rain drops for the flights going out today. these rain drops near cincinnati now will be arriving here. if not during the daylight hours, probably mid to late evening into the overnight hours tonight. so today really won't be an issue driving the 95 corridor northbound toward philadelphia
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carolinas, no problem. we have a few chances for showers at 6:00 to 7:00 tonight. i don't have a lot of confidence in that, but a rain possibility. you can also tweet me directly if you have any questions. here's your forecast the next couple of days. giving way to clouds and drig le drizzle by later this evening. and taking a look at the beltway, that is the inner loop near 7 crash on the shoulder. 66 is okay. 95 is looking normal headed northbound. southbound is a little slow through quantico. northbound and southbound on 95,
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i'll still very large. i'll back out here. two right lanes are getting by. that is not pretty. >> i want to see that every single morning. >> i completely missed it. 6:54 right now. as you start your holiday shopping -- be careful! we're okay. >> we're okay. everyone is all right. recalled products are still available online. the items topping t avoid, the u.s. interest public research group put it together and susan hgan has the warning about trouble in toyland. >> this consumer group is warning parents they can unknowingly be buying the products and putting their children at risk. we're talking about things like a pencil box, bean bag chair, these are product that is were recalled last year and still available to purchase online.
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lead, powerful magnets and choking. >> without an actual brick and mortar store, if there's a toy that somehow didn't get pulled off the shelves, the retailer actually has in their system something that will alert the clerk to the fact that this toy was recalled. whereas you don't really have that on an online website. >> news4 reached out to the toy industry association.
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store. to insure safe play, go to our nbc washington app and search toy safety. well, what are you thankful for this thanksgiving? that's our question this morning. is it food, the teacher or smart kids? as these children at the boys and girls club of washington wrote on their turkey feathers, maybe family is what you are thankful for. eun yang is so happy to have that and has gratitude for. her daughter barry. can't get enough of the cheeks. and the lacrosse team in maryland, they tell news4 they are thankful for all those who came before them and built their team. and as for me, it's toys and messes scattered across my house. when you step back, it will make you realize truly how blessed you are. now it's your turn. take a picture, post it, use #thankful4. we would love to share it.
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this team. especially chuck bell today because he made us nutella banana bread. he's passing it out for everybody. >> i'm supposed to try this. >> there's some for angie, too. >> i have to eat around the walnuts. i'm not allergic. >> there's always something. thank you so much for bringing this. >> that's amazing. >> we each posted a recipe we love for thanksgiving. check out our facebook pages to get the recipes, brussel
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good morning. ambassador haley? donald trump picks his first female cabinet member, south carolina governor, nikki haley, as ambassador to the u.n. this morning, nbc news has confirmed she's accepted won't be following through on some of the promises he made during the heat of the campaign. promises like this one. >> i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. disturbing past. authorities are learning more about the 24-year-old driver who crashed his bus in chattanooga, killing five elementary school children. another accident and a


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