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mainde b good evening - i )m beverly kidd and i m kurt williams neighbors and first responders took action this afternoon - to save the york county woman from a fire. tonight - she s in the hospital. newschannel 3 s brendan ponton has the new details from sentara norfolk -- where doctors are treating her now. three people were taken to the hospital in this fire. including one woman who was flown here after she was rescued from the house. several neighbors and first responders risked their lives and performed c-p-r on her. 08:44 so i was going down 17 heading home and i saw some flames at the trailor lieutenant barry kopcynski from the williamsburg fire department was off duty - when he saw these flames shooting out of a home. he quickly turned into the harwood mills trailer park in york county to try and help. 11:52 its just what i do. a family was inside at the time. and neighbors worked to get
woman was trapped. 14:26 they could hear her behind the wall here yelling. they knew she was right here. 29:09 you can still see some of the siding outside of this home this is what neighbors and first responders ripped away from the trailer in order to get to the woman and once they got this opening they found the woman lying next to that mattress 14:53 reached in we couldnt pull her so thats when we had to hop in there to lift her by the time they got her out -- she was unconscious. a sheriff s deputy immediately started c-p-r on the woman. that deputy had to be treated for smoke inhalation. 16:15 it does get risky for them trying to get inside because they become overcome by smoke very quickly as well in all three people had to be taken to the hospital -- including that woman who was trailer. she was flown to sentara the ambulance. lieutenant some quick acting neighbors. 12:08 a lot of the neighbors they need a lot of credit. the people that live here were trying to get her out.
another person in the house had just minor injuries -- but should be okay. tonight -- the investigation. live at sentara norfolk, brendan ponton newschannel 3. also new tonight a machete attack! it happened this afternoon on cobblestone drive- that;s just off lynnhaven parkway. officers say the victim got stabbed in the hand - and will be okay. police say the victim knew his attacker. no word on whether anyone was arrested. breaking news a robbery at the skinny dip on providence road at the beach. police got the call just before nine tonight. the suspect was armed - right now police are still looking for that suspect - we )ll bring you more as it )s available. new details k-9 officers from across hampton roads will now get bullet-proof vests - thanks to an outpouring of generosity from cnn s anderson cooper - and the general public! the newport news police department posted on facebook today -- fundraising
leftover money from cooper s donation made it possible. they will buy six new vests. that )s one for every k-9 officer in newport news. they said the loss of norfolk police k-9 kriger earlier this month help shed light on the problem. k-9 officers in norfolk - portsmouth - suffolk - chesapeake and virginia beach will also - get vests. cooper s donation - plus community outreach efforts will cover the cost of the vests - which cost 22- hundred dollars apiece. now let s go to chief meterologist patrick rockey - he )s tracking a warm-up and maybe another chance for snow ? after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike. even our cool downs won t be that cool. a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up into the upper 50s and the lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but
region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the 30s by the afternoon. some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming trend. we will climb into the lower 50s on friday, mid 50s on saturday and around 60 on sunday
newschannel three is keeping track of weather-related school closings and delays for tomorrow morning. york county - gloucester and williamsburg- james city county schools are among the school systems closed tomorrow. isle of wight - and northampton north carolina schools are on a two hour delay. there is a complete list online - head to wtkr dot com. some words of warning tonight from virginia state police as drivers venture out onto the highways and interstates this week. some ares may still be may still be slushy or icy - depending on the temperatures. from friday till this morning - troopers responded to more than 84- hundred calls - most were traffic crashes across the commonwealth. here )s a photo from state police - troopers had to rescue a snow plow driver in northern
the national guard helped the trooper get around the area! it )s going to take a lot of money to get things back up and running after the weekend snowstorm. the cost of digging out is estimated at anywhere from two point five to three billion dollars! and airlines are struggling to get back up and running. more than 13-thousand flights got canceled because of the storm. at least 400 flight have already been canceled for tomorrow. as always - double check your flights before you leave! virginia state police responded to hundreds of crashes on the roads - many here in hampton roads this weekend. officials with the virginia department of transportation say they prepared well for this round of winter weather. they say many of the accidents could have been avoided if drivers were a little more careful on slick roads. bill collier / vdot acting district maintenance manager 1:34:30 a lot of times our trucks are out there and they are being passed by vehicles. drivers need to pay attention. our drivers are out there and we have very few accidents ourselves so the
vdot is already preparing for the next round of winter weather. today their shop was full they began repairs on trucks that were damaged over the weekend. make sure you re ready for the next round of winter weather. app. you can watch live vipir radar and check the forecast -- as well as get any weather alerts. to download it -- go to w-t-k-r- dot-com-slash- apps - it s free! new at 11 a good samaritan - robbed at gunpoint. hampton police tell newschannel three the victim stopped to help a man and woman he believed were having car trouble near ft monroe yesterday. when he pulled up to the couple - the man pulled a gun - and took money from the good samaritan. the suspects took off on a motorcycle. the victim was not hurt. in hampton - a man is recovering after he got shot early this morning.. officers responded to the call on smiley road around midnight. they found a 25 year old man suffering from gunshot wounds. no word yet on why he was shot - and so far - no word on the shooter. if you have any information on
1-888-lock-u-up. several people are recovering after a car crashed into a post office in chesapeake this afternoon. it happened at the chesapeake location on north battlefield boulevard around 12-30. the driver crashed their car into the front of the building from a parking space. seven people were hurt. police are looking into why it happened. new at 11 an armed man running from police at a north carolina shopping mall - he ended up falling 25-feet trying to make his escape. police in gastonia - outside charlotte - got a call from the owner of a stolen vehicle saying he spotted his car in the mall parking lot. police found the man inside the mall. when he spotted the officers - they say the man ran outside... fired at officers and then jumped over a retaining wall... dropping 25-feet below. officers caught up to him - arrested him - then took him to a hospital. no word on the extent of his injuries. the mall is running as normal. vape-free restaurants. that )s what a virginia state
legislation introduced by district one senator john miller -- would ban e-cigarettes restaurants and other public places like malls and theaters. senator miller says his reasoning -- is to prevent exposure to the vapor. the owner of e-cig city in virginia beach tells newschannel 3 -- he agrees that people need to be respectful on where they vape. but he feels the senator s-p&-p&- reasoning -- is wrong. 15;29 there is no difference from vaping in a room and a room cigarettes which has so many chemicals 16;00 it should be up to the business owners if they want to allow it or not it shouldn t be mandatory by a senator miller tells newschannel 3 he expects the local government committee to hear the bill in the next week or two. his hope is that after that -- it will move to the senate for a vote. after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look
even our cool downs won t be that cool. also ahead at 11 - a man accused of exposing himself at the beach - he )s done this before. we re hearing from his roommate - who knew about his past. and later - what teens should clean out of their room - if they want a better night )s sleep! the biggest game of the year is just around the corner! you can catch all the action right here on newschannel three. our very own makenzie walter will be in san francisco with full coverage of everything super bowl. be sure to follow newschannel three on twitter at
i m margaret kavanagh in virginia beach. a man remains locked up rightnow accused of exposing himself to children in this community. ralph gutshall )s remain the virginia beach jail without bond. he )s been arrested for 4 counts of indecent liberties. 55:59 now these kids have to go there entire lives and their parents have to explain to them why there was older people suing them showing them in their private parts throughout their entire life his next door neighbor says she called 911 back on january 9th when she was approached by a group of upset children between the ages of 6 and 9. 54: 26 "the little girl was saying that man up there showing me his and i don )t know what to say
got all the kids together i have met they all saw they all said yes and i went and told each of their parents" today we got the checklist for bail determination which states he has a history of similar charges in pennsylvania. it states that he says hes seeing a psychologist and apologizes for what hes done. 59:04 we both agreed that he needed psychological counseling which he did and for a while i actually attended with him his roommate says they )ve lived together for over a year and that he was trying to get help through therapy. 59;13he gave an excellent methods of how to deal with any of these impulses such as meditation breathing exercises praying to jesus and he seem like he was on the ball making progress but randy says now he s angry about the situation. 01:18 obviously he needs to stay where he is he )ll never be living here again you )ll never set foot
we reached out to the jail and asked gutshall to speak to us, but he denied our request for an interview. his next court hearing is feb 23rd. in virginia beach, mk newschannel 3 in virginia beach cities across hampton roads have been treating -- and retreating roads to make sure they are safe for drivers overnight. both chesapeake and virginia beach have had issues keeping elbow road clear. that road connects the two cities. several times over the past few days the road was closed due to icy conditions. part of the issue is some of the roadway doesn t get a lot of direct sunlight due to shade from trees which prevented melting from happening as quickly as it did in other areas. a future plan calls for widening elbow road -- but right
icy road conditions in williamsburg meant no morning classes on the campus of williams and mary. classes resumed after noon today. the school is still warning students to be careful because of icy roads and sidewalks. there were some signs life was beginning to return to normal on campus and area businesses. some students say they were happy to see the sun. classes will continue on a normal schedule tomorrow. patrick open after our wintry weekend, the work week is going to look and feel a lot more springlike. even our cool downs won t be that cool. a cold front will approach the region on tuesday. ahead of that front southwest winds will warm us up
lower 60s. we will see increasing clouds and a slight chance for showers, mainly on the outer banks. but as the cold front crosses the region on wednesday, we do expect scattered showers. in fact, some of our northern communities, like the middle peninsula and the northern neck may see a little sleet or snow mixed in at the start. we will start the day with temperatures in the mid 40s, falling into the 30s by the afternoon. some of the wet weather will linger into early on thursday, but most of the day is looking dry with clearing skies and high temperatures back in the mid 40s. but then we start a warming trend.
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offering its menu for catering and delivery at all of its locations in the u-s. 125-dollars. on the military watch an arkansas teen says he went into a marine corps recruiting turned down because of a tattoo. ken buffa explains why the ink raised a red flag ... covered in camo -- 18-year-old anthony bauswell is like most country boys. likes to hunt,fish and the outdoors -- pride in his upbringing show in his tattoos. anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "i got a browning buck right there on my chest." to show pride in his country -- the greenbrier man walked into the conway marine recruiting center monday to enlist. the process stopped -- after he revealed another tattoo. anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "there )s the tattoo. it clearly states )southern pride ." the confederate flag with the writing southern pride uswell says was a red flag at the recruiting center. anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "as soon as i said rebel flag on my left ribs he says dq, just automatically, dq." disqualified.
marines "i felt pretty low that my own government wasn )t going to let me serve my country because of ink that s in my sksk, we tried contacting the recruiting center wednesday but they were closed. we did find the marine corps tattoo policy -- which reads in part, "tattoos/brands that are sexist, racist, eccentric or offensive in nature, express an association with conduct or substances prohibited by the marine corps drug policy and the uniform code of military justice, to include tattoos associated with illegal drugs, drug usage ...." anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "or paraphernalia are prohibited." ken buffa/reporting "does that have anything to do with your tattoo?" anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "to me no," the recent high school grad says he understands the stigma with the confederate flag... anthony bauswell/rejected by marines "i definitely don )t want to see racism, which is 90-percent of the reason why i put southern pride on it," bauswell says he is hoping his pride for his country can be expressed in service and not just remain skin-deep. anthony bauswell/rejected
i had a plan for my life and now that i can )t go i am not sure where i stand." in the same policy, tattoos in certain locations on the body are not allowed - like on the hands, fingers and wrists. the marine corps also has a tattoo poster on some websites with the slogan "think before you ink." if your teenager is having trouble sleeping, it might be time for him or her to clean and air out their room. researchers in england say sleeplessness in teens could be linked to the smelliness of their bedrooms. they say teens hardly ever open their windows. since the rooms are not vented, the same, re- breathed air stays in there. that, combined with too much heat will make for a poor night s sleep. researchers also recommend keeping the rooms tidy. adlib
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