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>> a heartbreaking homecoming for oklahoma state university after a woman slams into a crowd at the parade and killed at least three people. this is the "fox report." police arresting this woman and accusing her of driving under the influence. she say she drove into a crowd of spectators. take a look at the aftermath. a witness saying all she saw were bodies. flying. >> throw people were killed. at least 34 people were hurt. eight remain in critical condition. the university tweeting and i quote, "oklahoma state university is saddened by the tragic parade incident early this morning. our thoughts and prayers are with those affected."
casey is outside the medical center where victims are being treated as we speak. casey, what is the latest? >> out of the 34 people total who were injured, eight are listed in "critical," condition and the latest word is that nine are in "serious," condition and they are scattered all over. some are treated at memorial day center in stillwater, the more serious airlifted to neighboring tulsa and oklahoma city, we know three people did not survive today. investigators are saying in the middle of the joyous and annual event leading up to the big oklahoma state homecoming game, hundreds of people lining the streets to cheer their team. when the cops say a 25-year-old drove her sedan through a barricade and slammed into a crowd of spectators. police say she has been charged with driving while intoxicated
but they will not elaborate further on that, if it was alcohol, drugs or both. eyewitnesses report seeing bodies flying feet into the air like "rag dolls." here is the mayor of the community. >> we are heartbroken at this tragedy. our thoughts and prayers are with the family of those who died and those who were injured. >> at this point police do not believe chambers was a student here at osu. >> so tragic. today's game still went ahead as scheduled, is that right? >> yes, it did. the university president said they gave careful consideration to that. they thought about canceling the game but he said they wanted to go on to honor the victims. look at the tape. it was a very somber start to the game just before kickoff, the flag at the stadium lowered to half staff after running out on to the field prior to the
game, most of the oklahoma state players getting on one knee to pray in a moment of silence. a very powerful image out there on the field if there is a silver lining the game just ended, moments ago, 10-58 and osu wins. >> a fox weather alert a monster storm, the strongest on record in the western hemisphere plowed into mexico's pacific coast and loses power over the mountains. huricane patricia could still be creating plenty of trouble for the american west already swamped with heavy rain. even a locomotive is not safe. look at the imageses of a freight train derailed south of dallas at the tracks washed out from under it. literally.
>> incredible force of water. much of the lone star state is under a flood watch throughout the entire weekend with some parts getting almost 2' of rain. houston authorities are bracing for another 10" of rain overnight and rescuers in san antonio searching for a man who was swept away while walking his dog. south of the border huricane patricia sweeping ashore as a category 5 storm with winds approaching 200 miles per hour. there is plenty of flooding. remarkably, no reports of death or significant damage. the storm quickly weakened into a tropical depression and now on a path across texas. we have fox team coverage tonight with our chief meteorologist on the storm's latest track and from the west cost mexico the we begin with will, and the latest on the devastating flooding in texas and what areas are in damage of tonight? >> good evening, a lot of attention is being paid to the
houston area where they are expecting another 8-12" of rain and potentially more after we saw some of the damage that played out overnight in one of the hardest hit areas a swift wart rescue team navigated to a truck almost completely submerged. you can only see the roof. trapped inside was a man and his dog and they pulled both out and got them to safety. you may remember houston had devastated floods on memorial day weekend. authorities today came out and asked residents to keep that weekend in mind after a dozen people died over the course of several days. >> over memorial day we had so much rain that was falling on us and we were hit withed there waters -- with flood waters from central texas so we are watching
the coast closely this time. it depends on how fast the storm moves influence the area. >> with record rainfall in texas, authorities there in houston are asking the residents to stay at home tonight if they do not have to go anywhere. stay safe. >> what about the train derailment? >> you saw those crazy pictures at the beginning of the story. that happened 50 miles south of dallas. it was the union pacific train. it was when a creek overthrowed and washed over the tracks and washed them away. two crew members had to swim through the water. they were not injured. the train was hauling cement but there was concern at a point of diesel pouring out and they called in haz-mat. when you see the pictures think how strong the moving water is, 6" of moving water is enough to knock a person over and 2'
enough to move a car. obviously, these are dangerous conditions that can play out. >> incredible. >> before aiming for texas huricane patricia hit mexico with the fury of category 5 storm and fizzled into a depression. while the damage is not so bad as originally predicted, the storm still flooded streets and uprooted free -- trees. william? >> we are at a small village about an hour drive north of manzanillo the southern boundary of the impact of huricane patricia. we have been look for the impact all day and now you can see we found it. i want to trace our steps the last 24 hours since we arrived here and follow the red line. on the route from guadalajara it
rained all night. and we avived in puerto vallarta and it was dry and it was supposed to be in the eye of the storm. not case. it passed puerto vallarta. now, south, to severalville amendments from 100 people to a thousand people and we finally hit in this village with 10 or 12 homes, one room, no running water, with the roofs all metal, and they have been blown off and most of the homes, the beams are carved of local trees and there is no running water. you can actually see how the 150 miles per hour winds we raked across the side of hill. the river is at very high levels and they are saying it is a
miracle that no one was killed or injured there have been no fatalities, just minor, minor, minor damage. given the construction quality and the high winds it is a miracle that they have survived. we talked about the good for tune of mexico, the tourism centers of puerto vallarta and manzanillo but little villages like this the people have a lot to be thankful for as they bring and rebuild their lives together. back to you. >> a lot to be thankful for. >> now, tropical depression, threatening to heap more misery upon miss fortune in texas. we go to rick in the fox weather center for the latest. >> very interesting thing. will was talking about rain we had in may in texas and it wiped out a four year drought that texas and oklahoma have been dealing with. it has been incredibly dry
summer, we went from drought to flooding, back to drought and now we are back to flooding again. that has been the story here across texas the last number of months. look at this area just to the southeast of dallas it has been the worst of it and you can see right here the 16.3 radar estimates we have heard amounts up to 20" in a day and a half across the area. that has been the worst of it. it stretched down i-35 through austin and san antonio and brownsville, another batch of incredibly heavy rain. we will watch it shift to the east and you can see the rotation here, the system is pulling to the east. this i 35 area is about to dry out and corpus christi is almost done with flash flooding from the incredible rain. now we will start to see this pull off to the east overnight and that is where houston is going to be the target overnight and watch this, we start to see this move into louisiana and a
number of states are going to get if this when we are done and that is not until monday or tuesday. tomorrow it is louisiana, stretching to mississippi and monday to mississippi and a little bit of alabama and the florida panhandle but some areas will have excess of 8-12" of rain. it will cause potentially dangerous flooding. >> what a storm as you mentioned, the strongest storm on record. it is interesting that a lot of people saying much ado about nothing but later you will talk to us about why this storm was so historic. >> i cannot wait to talk. there are so many things from messaging to the impact from the storm and how each storm is different and it is difficult for us to get all of the messaging out to the public. we will try to dissect that. >> thank you, rick. >> right now the islamic state claiming responsibility for a deadly bombing overseas
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execution at a prison in northern iraq. this is the first known instance of united states troops in direct ground combat in iraq since the fight against isis began. we go to washington, dc. there are not supposed to be any boots on the ground in iraq. how, then, is the pentagon explaining wheeler's death? >> the pentagon said that master sergeant wheeler died in a firefight but not in combat. president obama promised just last year united states troops in iraq would not have a combat mission only a supporting role to train and advise the forces fighting isis. the pentagon said that is exactly what master sergeant wheeler was doing on wednesday, supporting an operation to rescue hostages from an isis prison. but wheeler reportedly ran to help his kurdish partners and was killed. ashton carter called him a hero
although technically the actions were not if line with united states policy in iraq. >> this is combat, things are complicated but the story is as i related it already. this is someone who saw the team that he was advising and assisting, coming under attack. he rushed to help them. and made it possible for them to be effective. >> going forward, the pentagon said and i quote, "it is important to realize that united states military support to this iraqi rescuation does not represent a change in our policy. united states forces are not in iraq on a combat mission and do not have boots on the ground." clearly master sergeant wheeler was killed by enemy fire. >> what happened, then, now, for the family? are they still entitled, i would hope, to receive combat death benefits that he did not technically die in combat?
>> the pentagon said yes he will be entitled to combat death benefits although he did not technically die in combat and he deserves nothingless. he was among and widely considered to be a legend among the army's elite delta force and deployed to iraq and afghanistan 11 times and he had 11 bronze stars, four with a valor device, the 39-year-old from oklahoma had a history of risking life to help others and difficulty on wednesday night. he paid for it with his life. he leaves behind a wife and four sons. >> what a hero. how tragic. our thoughts are with his family. thank you. >> the french sailor who took a heart stopping leap from the wrecked sailboat now speaking out about the incredible rescue off the coast of alaska. he wasn't afraid of the 20' waves, he was focused on finding the perfect moment to jump from the people on to the deck of the waiting ship and it was all
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should not forget she still has some challenges ahead. there are more e-mails put out by the state department this coming friday, the drip, drip of that. with the f.b.i. investigation, as well and the questions from the benghazi hearing. she did an interview yesterday suggesting, hillary clinton, the v.a. scandal was not so widespread as suggested by the media and republicans have an ideological agenda to push it. it may not play well and it is interesting that former president clinton out of nowhere mentioned there was a sign in the crowd about the v.a. scandal and said that is something that hillary clinton if elected with deal with. she knows we have to get on top of that. in 24 hours of her comments for him to say that at the rally suggests she rely they want to clarify that a little bit. >> thank you, ed henry, from des moines, iowa. >> a car crashes into a crowd of
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university cowboys won 58-10 but decided the game must go on. witnesses describe a terrifying scene near the end the parade rout unoccupied police motorcycle working security was hit and barreled into the crowd at the annual homecoming at oklahoma state and the death doll now is four. a two-year old child just died at the hospital. dozens more were injured. >> oklahoma state homecoming parade is probably one of the most wholesome and happy events in the country. to have it fouled like this and these victims...a terrible tragedy. we reach out and embrace the victims and their families. >> the medical center is one of the hospitals tweeting the rounds. conditions range from good to critical. one child has died as we said at the top of the show.
>> what do we know about driver? >> police arrested the stillwater resident, 25-year-old chambers and charged her with driving under the influence. she is not a student. they are waiting for toxicology results to determine if drugs or alcohol were involved but said there was probable cause to arrest her for the d.u.i. in the meantime, chambers' stunned father said and i quote, "which is not the person that is my daughter," saying she was timid and and not imagine alcohol being involved. we are learning more of a survivor, a seven-year-old girl with a head injury airlifted to an area hospital. family members say she looked forward to going to her first osu football game but, instead, took her first helicopter ride. >> thank you. >> a fox news weather alert. huricane patricia the strongest on record in the western hemisphere losing steam quickly
after making landfall. in mexico, it was category 5 storm and now all of the moisture heading to texas is already reeling from massive flooding. huricane patricia lacked pretty awesome from 250 miles up. look at this image taken from the international space station and posted to twitter by american senate scott kelly. now, it is going behind the science of the massive storm is our chief meteorologist the head dork in the weather center. >> you love this stuff. >> i of although it too, but i don't get it like you do. why was this so historic? >> a number of reasons but i start off when you talk about how difficult some of these things are to forecast. have you been in the ocean and hit a cool patch. >> i wonder, why? >> that is the atmosphere. if you say, where is the cold water going, that is difficult.
our atmosphere isn't directly columns but a fluid atmosphere and a dynamic atmosphere so that is why it is difficult to forecast. we are getting quite good at some. what we are not so good is messageing. i will show you a few weather graphics. we hear the word cyclone or typhoon and hurricane and you think they are different. they are not. they are the same thing, just in different ocean basins with a different naming convention and english is not the predominant language across the world. they have different naming conventions. when we say it is the strongest ever, there were stronger ones in the eastern memorial sphere but they are called typhoons but it is the same process. in the western hemisphere it is the strongest. this is a difference between strongest and difference which
is difficult when we ad lib. >> i called it the biggest. >> it is not, necessarily. this storm was really, really small but the idea it is the strongest is difficult to understand how that is going to do the damage. the great news, it threaded the needle between the two population zones. >> could it be predicted it would not be a category 5 when it hit store. >> it was when it hit shore. >> in the media and it weakens we are fought is exited. >> it hit shore at 165 miles per hour, a category five and weakening, but, a category 5 and we think it is weaker but it is not. >> isis targeting a religious minority killing a teenager and hurting more than 100 others. that is our stop story as we go around the world in 80 seconds.
bangladesh, homemade bombs rocked the old part of the capital city as thousands of shiite muslims, ary -- religious minority gather. this is called a planned attempt to destabilize the country. >> special forces on the move near the crimean peninsula but they say it is a drill. 100 soldiers that russia said are the best of the best flying in by chopper, take on a village held by mock terrorists. >> north korea, tears of joy as relatives from north and south korea meet for the first time in decades. hundreds of senior citizens reunited at a resort. most have not laid eyes on each
other since the country split apart half a century ago. >> landmarks around the world, shine in blue this weekend, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the united nations. locations like the great wall of china, the leaning tower of pisa and the u.n. headquarters in new york city and tonight the empire state building. that is a wrap on "fox trip around the world." >> here is a look at the empire state building in new york, lit blue tonight for the united nations. >> shake up in the going race. ben carson taking the lead in a key early voting state as jeb bush defends changes in the campaign and slamming donald trump. hollywood legend maureen o'hara has died at 95. she charmed ought yeps on the
screen and stage in a career that spanned more than 70 years. david lee looks at her life and legacy. >> maureen wassing ably the first female action star, called "queen of techni color." i have always layed strong and dominant courageous, brief, ridiculous children. >> she was born to a businessman father and actress singer mother and began ating at six. in 1939 she received rave review s and made the united states film debut in "hunch back," and signed a contract with rko. during the seven gear contract with 20th century she started in "miracle on 34th street." >> she started in five films
with john wayne the first in 1950 and then "the quiet man," in 1952. she took on recording albums and starring on broadway. in 1961 she started in the disney classic "the parent trap." o'hara was a wife and mother and married three ties and her third husband, charles player, the love of her life. we had a wonderful and glamorous and exciting and adventurous life and i became part of his life and lived the adventures i acted. >> she took leave from hollywood for 20 years until the director called her back in 1991 for "only the lonely." >> she acted in smaller roles through the later part of her career. maureen o'hara will be remembers at the beauty from ireland that played good-hearted but head played good-hearted but head strong
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for gauge a student's performance. >> fox news is america's election headquarters and things are getting interesting in the republican primary race. jeb bush in south carolina today telling supporters not to read too much into the cuts made to the campaign spending. bush said that he is just adapting to the changing election cycle and he took a couple of shots at donald trump. >> i have a lot of really cool things i could do other than sit around being miserable listening to people demonize me and me feeling compelled to demonize them. that is a joke. elect trump if you want that. >> trump has turned his attention elsewhere, to dr. ben carson. two new polls from iowa have carson leading trump in the hawkeye state and the donald is not too happen about it. here is the latest on all the action. >> jeb bush campaign has donings extremely well leading all
republicans inside to organization and fundraising but that costs money and they have not been translating into success at the polls. on friday the campaign announced they are taking a more lean and mean approach going forward cutting payroll by 40 percent, downsizing the headquarters by 50 percent, and reducing travel costs by 20 percent. this morning, he told supporters in south carolina that it is no reason to worry. >> these are not cutting in the sense we are asking people to move into the field where it matters. and dr. ben carson takes the stop spot from donald trump in two separate polls leading way among gone caucus goers with 28 percent heed of trump at 19 percent and yesterday, dr. ben carson was asked? he is expecting to be a bigger
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what would ben carson do to fulfill our commitment to the health needs of our veterans? and would you like to know his thoughts on executive orders, pro and con, his usage. also, a couple more. l. michael duncan. old friend of ben carson here. ask him to reconsider stance on mandatory vaccines. and jennifer lang writes, with all of the new tech, what's dr. ben carson's position on parental rights and responsibilities? interesting. a lot of people interested in his medical background. keep the conversation going. tweet me. and tomorrow, watch as dr. ben carson sits down
hello, friends, good morning. today is sunday, 259th of october, 2015, i'm anna kooiman and it's a fox news alert. horror at a homecoming parade. >> we need a bunch of help. we got a car in the crowd up here. >> drunk driver crashes into a crowd at the oklahoma state parade, killing four people, and injuring dozens more. what we've just learned about the victims, and the woman behind the wheel. a man hundreds of thousands of veterans have died while waiting for care at the veteran's administration. but hillary clinton says the v.a. scandal, no big deal. >> overall, veterans who do get treated are satisfied with their treatment.