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breaking right now at 11:00, a man puts his life on the line to tryo save several people trapped in a burning car, on a northernro virginia . breaking tonight, it happened again. d.c. police on the scene of another shooting.
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bill cosby goi to prison. and we have new reaction from one of his accusers. as lawmakers prepareot to on elevating judge brett kavanaugh to the supremecourt, protesters converge on his office to let everyone know exactly how they feel. >> news 4 at 11:00, begins with breaking news. good evening. we begin with an active scene in breaking news. a driver risks his life to pull people from this fiery crash. >> cell phone video shows smoke and flames pouring from this car and a jeep just moments after the crash. emergency crews rushed to ridgeville road in dale city. what are you seeing? >> reporter: good evening.le pen this dale city neigorhood say this could have been much worse. this was a horrible crash. across the street, you see
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prince willi officers are here and a tow truck has arrived. that mangled jeep, as you can see, has a lot of damage. people say it'st amazing t the driver survived, thanks to this good samaritan who put his own life in danger to help others. >> i wasitally in shock. >> reporter: this photo shows flames shooting out of a silver chrysler 300 on ridgefield road in dal city after an awful crash. >> we'rerying to help the people in the crash to get out. >> this was the guy >> reporter: david told me he was driving behind thisje now-mangled. he says the driver of the chrysler, with two passengers inside, slammed into the jeep head-on tuesday evening. >> there were flames right away on the jeep. >> reporter: heacumped into on and pulled out the driver in the suv. once the driver was pulled to the side, he went inside the silver car,led out that driver. but he was unable to remove the passenger in the fro seand
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the passenger in the backseat because, he says that the door was jammed. >> we tried to get the guys out, but we can' we can only stand by. >> rorter: this video shows prince william county firefighters arriving moments later. >> you see in the video,ot a l of smoke. and the cars are now on fire. and now, that'shen the fire department came and started puttingut the fire. >> reporter: firefighters rescued the passengers.ho let's s you another angle of the scene, from above. chopper 4 capturing medics transferring the victims to a hospital. keisha harris watches on the ground. >> trying to tell you, all i could do was thank god, i guess it could have been worse. >> i hope everyone's okay. and everyone wants to go back me every day. >> reporter: indeed, people ina this city neighborhood are praying for the victims in this crash.
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no word on their condition. but david says, they have, quote, severe injuries. as for theci nt, prince william county police are continuing to investigate. they'r expected to release more information over the next couple days. meanwhile, people in this neighborhood are waiting to see who's at live in city, prince william county, i'm show marmar stone, news >> what a scene they came upon. thanks, shomari. more humidity and the change is in the way here, folks. we have fal on the way. and doug camera says there's also a big chance for severe weather tomorrow. he's tracking it all. how bad aree talking, doug? >> it will be tomorrow evening, guys. that's the key here. this is going to happen around 5:00, 6:00, we'd see some stronger storms. but tomorrow's storms, 7:00 or 8:00 in the district.
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that's going to make a difference. one thing you notice on the radar picture, there's no rain around our area. the last couple of frames, any rain gets o of the region. just back to the west, we are tracking more rain. r big-tin and strong thunderstorms, too. severe weather back towards chicago. that front is moving our way. that's going to come in tomorrow and give us a chance for strong to severe stor, in our region, in yellow, from d.c. to the northwest, loudon county, around frederick. this is under a slight risk for severe weather. normally this means about 30% chance of storms in our area. i'll take you hour-by-hour, in minutes. >> thank you, doug. in the district of columbia two men were s the northeast. five other people have been shot onre that et. jackie bensen has new details from police tonight.
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we can tell you 119 people have been mdered so far this year that's compared to 116 in all of last year. the two shootinge victims w sitting inside the suv on hip-hop fish and chicken when a gunmanre opened . d.c. police were on the scene almost immediately. a man was shot in the 1800 block. >> the chief gave me aon briefi hat happened over the weekend, which was dramatic, outreous. and i happened in different places across the city. all nonrandom acts., all pe likely, who knew each other. most people who have been involved with the criminal justice system. >> reporter: the itoestigation he double-shooting forced the temporary faulti ihalting o
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d.c. streetcar line. it's not clear if this dashboard camera captured the gunman as he ran from the scene. the two men who were shot on benning roadonight are described as being conscious and breathing when they were taken to local hospital by ambulance. >> jackie, thank you.on the s woman accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual misconduct wants h to tell story to the fbi. tonight on twitter,ah deb ramirez's attorney asked why the judiciary committee isn't trying to make that happen this tweet came shortly after the committee announced it will take the vote on kavanaugh's supreme court nomination on friday. it will now come one day after kavanaugh and christine blasey ford address underh o an allegation he sexually assaulted her when the two were in high school. we learned that rachel mchell will question witnesses at that hearing. she's a prosecutor with decades
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of experience prosecuting sex crimes. activists tried to shine a ght on the s assault allegations against kavanaugh. the group ultraviole set up a projector outside the courthouse on constition avenue here, where kavanaugh serves as a u.s. court of appeals judge. they hope the messages on the building will pressure kavanaugh to withdraw his name fco ideration for the supreme court. kavanaugh denies all ail allegas of sexual misconduct. leon harris here at the live desk. there was a timehen bill crosby seemed to have it all. tonight, he ising his first night in a pennsylvania prison, after a judge sentenced hi t to three to years after calling him a sexually violent predator cosby walked out the jury xwiconvicted cosby for drugging and sexually assaulting
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andreaconstand. tonight, women who accuse cosby of sexual assault against them spoke out at today's sentencing. one accuser flew in from california. >> elation. there was mockery on the part of the defense team. ll cos were laughing and giggling to the point that he was rolling up his sleeves and preparing his arms to be cuffed. that was peculiar. i think it's a tremendous sense of gratitude andnd ation. >> he will serve three years in prison and then he'll be eligible for patrol. if patrol is denied, he will serve no more than ten years. wendy, back to you. systems are back u tonight for delta airlines. but earlier, there was a technology issue that sparked ground stops at every u.s. airport. delta hasn't clarified what that was. but the nionwide ground stop was brief. things were back up and running at our
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309: this evening. the airline says there's no disruption to flights in the air. if you expect someone flying in tonight, they should be arriving police are stepping up controls on those that skipped out on paying metro fees ons rand buses. officers have given out 8,000 citations. citations can raise from the cost of the fare, up to 250 bucks. re money goes to the direction where theer is cited, rather than the metro. the stationith the most cases, waby the y, gallery place. the anacosta station is the second. they are trying to stop the program. news 4 is hosting a live debate tomorrow night. the candidates for virginia u.s. democrat,t, incumbent tim kane, will face off against cory satwart. that dis at 8 7:00. c
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yo watch "nightly news" a half-hour early. we have the debat streaming live for you in our nbc washington app. and handley willhe be at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. a woman's life changed with a difficult medical diagnosis. >> i always wanted a pool. >> but after she spent tens of thousands of dollars on that very special pool, she was left with nothing. and that's when nbc 4 responds jumped in. 14 and hollywood glitz and glam he in the nation's capital. the
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a virginia mother always dreamed of having a swimming f po her little boy. then, she had a health scare recently andthought, w not? let's just do this. >> what happened next had herin callg nbc 4 responds for help. our consumer reporter, susan hogan, has her storyte >> rep a breast cancer diagnosis put a lot of things into perspective for maria silver. >> and it made meha realize tt life is too short. and i always wanted a pool.or >> rr: so, without hesitation, this mom went into hypermode, researching pool mpanies that would mak her and her little boy's dream come true. >> my mom said the pool is supposed to be our vacation. >> reporter: leisure pools boxes. off the the company put her in touch with a local company to do the work, apple valley landscaping.
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the owner told maria her pool would be the first they ever but that didn't bother her. >> i was assured that with their first pool build, they would have an engineer on site di ncting them so there w mistakes. i signed the contract in september 2017. >> reporter: 49,0$49,000 and on year later, that dream pool -- >> that giant hole that filled with rain, became a swamp filled with frogs anded ed ttadpoles name it. >> reporter: there was one problem after other. >> the crane had to lift it over the use. and the ordered the wrong side crane. they put the swimming pool on my front yard. >> reporter: permittingissues, spection delays. >> they fed me line after line. and i still have no ol. >> reporter: fall turned into winter, spring and summer, and still, the pl wasn't finished. >> i missed the whole summer. >> reporter: maria threw towel and called nbc 4 responds.
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soon after, we contacted the company, work pickedup. >> i don't think we would be this far without you guys. >> reporter: in a statement to news 4, apple valley landscaping expressed their sincerest apologies forhe delays and said, along with a real-time learning curve, they have also dealt with the substantial amount of rainfall and subcontractor delays. they went on to say, as a good faith gesture for t delays, we offered further savings. we assure ms. silver gets a quality built and installemi sw pool. >> i don't know what to say. >> reporter: news 4 reached out to the manufacturer, leisure pools. in a statement, they told us, in part, we are deeply saddened and crushingly disapointed in how apple valley landscaping has failed toeliver on their promises with the silver family. we are re-evaluating our relationship with them, up to ngd inclu termination.
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for now, he is left dreaming o swimming in his backyard pool, as his mom works to wrap up what she calls a year-long nightmare. apple valley landscaping assured me they will have maria and jovani's pool completed by next week, just inime for maria to close it up for the season. back to you. >> susan, thankyou. could appendectomies be avoided? advances i imaging are making it easier to know whi patients need surgery and which could be treated with antibiotics. that's according to a new study published today in "the journal of american medical association." a burst appendix means surgery is the best opation in most cases. hollywood attending the boys and girls .cl american youth gala at the national building museum. that's denzel washington and
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j.b. smoove. and kelly rowland and dwight howard, a few of the starsn attendance. the finalists for the youth of the year to become the ambassador of the girls and boys club. to get money for a new car. >> denzel gives back to the girls and boys club. >> he says that's one reason he got where he is. where aree in terms of the weather? >> um, uh -- tomorrow will be like -- i was going to s were on the upswing. but we're close to some really ce weather. that's just in time for the weekend. if that's all i have tt,tell you toniice weather for the weekend, i'm done, right? no. let's talk about tomorrow. that's coming some fog overnight tonight. and the chance for some storms tomorrow afternoon. now, currently, 74 degrees. 74 degrees. again, our average high this time of year is in the mid to upper 70s. right now.mely warm
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that's the kacase with the wind out of the south. 77 in annapolis. 68 towards martinsburg. we don't see r'rn right now. dry. we're going to stay that way. we saw the rain earlier. flooding from philadelphia all to new york and boston. flooding like they haven't seen. flash flooding, funumerous wate rescues. look at the storms through chicago. big-time winds. this is a cold front. this front is going to make its way through our are tomorrow. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. expect i expect to see more clouds, low clouds, just like we've seen the couple of days. not the best morning to wake up. least we'll be dry. 11:00 a.m., we have nine d.c., south ands. eastwa back to the west, still dealing with the clouds. but even back xphere, it to see some sun during the day. the more sun, the warmer we get, the warmer we get, the better chance for strong storms. here's 5:00.
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notice some storms around frederick. the line comes together arnooun 8:00. here's the line, 8:00, along i-95. here's not a huge weather outbreak. that's not what we're talking about. we could see strg to severe storms. torm team 4 will be there moving through tday. i'm not going weather alert right now. w see a severe thunderstorm watch, it is possible. we might be in weather alert mode. but most should be okay tomorrow. the best chance of severe weather, up towards pennsylvania and new york. 86 tomorrow. mostly cloudy. sof sun and some the storms can be on the strong side. 86, that's ten degrees above average. thursday,w average on with a 40% chance of showers. 76 degrees on friday. here comes the weekend. we're breaking out. how about this? five days in a row of sunshine. saturday and nday, looking great. nice weather of both days. around average high temperatures. that'shat we want in the fall for this time of year. average is good.
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74 on monday. starting to get back in the 80s next tuesday anday wedne before another frontal boundary moves through late last aweek. ouple days of rain. tomorrow, we'll be watching. we'll be all over for you. >> and 59 degrees on sunday night. >> that'soing to be nice. open some wounds. o turn thekay off. sure. coming up,ore history at e park tonig. e park tonig. max joihtns
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i put criminals in prison during the day i'm jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. later, when i had a law practice, i volunteered to help moms collect child support. then, as state senator, i worked across party lines to target sexual offenders and take guns away from domestic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom, what's ahead is as important as what's in the rearview mirror. this is the xfinity sports desk. >> hey. as we know the weather here in
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d.c., is nationals season and nats. the storm clouds have morphed into september gloom. there's been milestones in the midst. bryce harper. and tonight, with max scherzer on the mound, another lasting first. watch out. you love this, right? nats hosting the final pups in the park night. that's cool. ot as cool as this. anthonyrondon, the first stay rushes this left. it's a three-run shot. four rbis now. 91 on the season. that was great. how about this? max scherzer gets his sixth, striking out brinson to end the inning. then, in the seventh, eight strikeouts on the night. 300.ay from now, one away. striking out brinson again. you have to feel sorry for that guy. aust h dean, had no chance. max scherzer with his 300th
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strikeout. his wife, erica, loving it. his teammates and fans. they should be loving it. scherzer, the 17 player in modern history, that started in 1900. also, picked up his 18th win. the nationals did it, >> wanted to do it here at home. the fans, unbelievable support. when they're standing on their gives you crazy, it an extra adrenaline boost. you want to go out there and accomplish that. it was an amazing feeling to have the fans behind you and the respect they give. >> oh, yeah. how about cy young? this is a chance, cap fans picking on that. the caps and blues. he's going toeep it away. completely robs jordan kyru. caps on the attack. the long drive off of the mark.
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great fe, nathan walker. everyone loves an australianck ey player. and fighti. fighting in preseason? liam o'brien, getting into it wilson. but the caps are winning thise, 4-0, the final.>> this is what d.c. united head coach ben olson and his team that features wayne rooney have been working on. it is aot stretch to say this game matters more than any other. the field against montreal, the team is chasing for the final playoff .sp but they're staying playful. >> it's extremely huge. what was he braggingou t? >> that's true. the other way around. he can say whatever he wants. >> you have mooney playing fantasy football? >> he's not bad. he can learn a little bit.
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>> scoring goals and winning >> scoring goals and winning
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kaine: my dad ran an ironworking shop. i learned hard work and a trade from him and his workers. then i went to honduras as a missionary and taught kids to be carpenters and welders. our economy works best when everyone has a skill, like shipbuilding. that's why i created career and technical academies across virginia and passed a law to expand job training for young people. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. here in virginia, we have to build an economy that works for all.
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>> t when younk of a vocal powerhouse you don't think of a 7-year-old. >> you don't. but g al sent shockwaves through the stadium in sunday's galaxy game, with herren da ren of the nationalecanthem. it out.
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>> hey, jimmy, i'm really excited -- >> jimmy: oh, hey. oh, hey. >> about the show tonight. >> jimmy: no, i'm -- oh, yeah. hey. wow. >> what are you doing? >> jimmy: i was just -- somebody gave that to me. what -- i'm just -- can't wait see the show. >> thanks. >> jimmy: see you on the show. i'm -- i'm gonna see the show.


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