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some common side-effects include temporary numbness, discomfort, and swelling. don't imagine results, see them. coolsculpting, take yourself further. good morning, america. thanks for starting your weekend with us. we are following a lot of news this morning including that breaking story overnight. a deadly cliff collapse at a california beach. an oceanfront bluff giving way trapping beachgoers underneath. >> we have three immediate patients. >> victims helicoptered to the hospital. the search for others trapped in the crumbling hillside called off over dangerous conditions. we're live on the scene this morning. weekend washout. dangerous downpours and flash flooding. nearly ten inches of rain in the heartland forcing rescues from the rising waters. flooding also derailing that freight train as tropical rain soaks the southeast with more to come and that new threat lurking
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in the atlantic. a new tragedy in camelot. emotional tributes pouring in for saoirse kennedy hill. relatives gathering on cape cod. how this young woman known for her love of politics and pop culture is being remembered. caught on camera, this driver taking off from a traffic stop with an officer hanging on for dear life. >> he's taking off on us. he's taking off on us. >> the officer's message this morning. and this bizarre moment when a longhorn steer gets loose. the rodeo show on a downtown street. ♪ hey, look, ma, i made it. from fan to phenom. the ballpark game that changed this man's life. showing off his golden arm. how it all led to a pitch perfect ending. ♪ hey, look, ma, i made it
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i made it ♪ good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. that speed pitching game. >> yeah. >> amazing. the last time i did that i think i threw out my shoulder. >> yeah. >> different outcome in this case, though. >> i feel like he's done that before. >> he knows what he's doing. >> hard to do with bursitis. yes. >> what is bursitis? >> it's a shoulder injury. you'll figure it out as you get older. >> and as we get deeper, we're transition back to that story. it's a good one coming up. the breaking news, a deadly beach collapse in southern california. >> that is the scene right there in encinitas, which is outside of san diego where a cliff gave way sending tons, tons of sandstone down onto the beachgoers below at a popular surfing beach. three people dead, two injured. >> the images from that area are poignant. you can see the beach chairs, the surfboards and the shoes left behind right behind that fallen debris. for more let's go to kaylee hartung right there on the scene this morning. good morning, kaylee. >> reporter: good morning, eva. this morning this beach outside
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san diego remains closed after bea beachgoers found themselves caught in a tragic scene on a friday afternoon. it happened without warning. >> this is a very, very tragic event that we're all dealing with today. no one woke up thinking this would happen. >> reporter: an oceanfront bluff suddenly collapsing on the beach in encinitas, california, killing three people and injuring two others. >> it's just horrifying that the people underneath were there in the wrong moment. >> reporter: beach chairs, surfboards and shoes left behind as people rushed to escape the crumbling hillside. >> everybody goes down on the beach every day. and people, i saw people crying a because they're like, well, i was just down there ten minutes. >> reporter: officials on the scene within four minutes. >> we have three immediate patients. we could use the manpower down here. we still have one trapped victim. >> reporter: closing part of a major freeway to land a life flight helicopter for the critically injured. one woman died on the beach. two others succumbed to their injuries at the hospital. >> this material is very, very heavy. you can't move it unless you have heavy equipment. >> reporter: heavy equipment was
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brought in to meticulously dig through debris. stacking ten feet tall. the search for additional victims called off as night fell and the tide rose. conditions too dangerous to continue. a second collapse feared. >> we see bluff collapses. they're fairly common. probably i'm going to say a guess, four to eight per year. nothing of this magnitude but we have had some in the past. >> reporter: overnight one of the highest tides of the year. that meant waves were crashing right up against this bluff so this is all that's left of the debris field that was the size of a school bus. no more beach toys and beach chair os are umbrellas. authorities are say they're convinced no one was left beneath the rubble. >> thank you. kaylee, thank you. we do want to move on to another developing story overnight in california. a power outage in irvine left some 28,000 orange county customers in the dark and grounded all flights in and out of john wayne airport.
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a fire at an electrical substation just after 6:00 p.m. causing the outage. three terminals filled with passengers, dark and coming to a grinding halt, the lights finally coming back on at john wayne airport around 9:00 p.m. but flights not resuming until this morning. the cause of the fire still under investigation. weather now and we are watching two separate systems. both of them producing dangerous downpours, flash flooding hitting the heartland leading to water rescues like this one which happened in kansas. officials say they had to save this man from the roof of his submerged car. >> we're also watching threats in the tropics. the southeast hit hard causing flooding in florida. all that as a new system continues to brew in the atlantic. brittany bell from our abc station in raleigh, north carolina, is in for rob this morning, and she is tracking it all. good morning, brittany. >> good morning. that water is causing a lot of problems all across the country. right now here's a look at some video of just the power of that water.
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showing a train derailment just to the south of rapid city, south dakota. that actually caused two of those crew members to be rescued. thankfully they have nonlife-threatening injuries. so, please, if you see standing water, remember, turn around, don't drown. and still looking at additional showers in the same exact area. that's why we do have that flash flood watch. that is in effect for northeastern sections of oklahoma throughout western arkansas including fayetteville and ft. smith. also looking at the timing of these showers, we'll see that threat moving farther to the south in oklahoma and arkansas. they could see locally up to six inches of rainfall. and then across the southeast. that threat continues. looking at a stalled front. that combination of that front with that tropical air is why we have that heavy rain threat looking at rainfall amounts as high as four inches. and then still watching that tropical wave farther out in the atlantic, that could become a tropical storm or depression as it approaches the caribbean sea.
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whit. >> we do want to turn to president trump saying he's narrowed down the list of possible replacements for director of national intelligence after his original nominee dropped out. this as the president faces backlash including from a key supporter over his tweet about a break-in at a top democratic congressman's home. abc's white house correspondent tara palmeri is in new jersey where the president is spending the weekend. tara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, whit. president trump attacked the press for revealing damaging information about his choice for director of national intelligence and then thanked them for doing the white house's vetting. he said it saves them money. now, he just adds to a growing list of presidential appointees who failed to make it through senate confirmation. >> americans need to know this. >> reporter: president trump's top pick for director of national intelligence, texas congressman john ratcliffe withdrawing his name for the appointment. this comes just less than a week after he was tapped to replace outgoing director dan coats.
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leaving for his new jersey golf club, trump defending ratcliffe after he came under scrutiny for his lack of experience and inflated resume. >> the press was treating him i thought very unfairly. he's an outstanding man. >> reporter: ratcliffe said in a statement, i do not wish for a national security and intelligence debate surround my confirmation, however untrue, to become a purely political and partisan issue. more than 60 trump appointees have been withdrawn before confirmation or rejected by the senate. >> the vetting process for the white house is very good. but you're part of the vetting process. you know, i give out a name to the press, and they vet for me. we save a lot of money that way. >> reporter: trump's pick for labor secretary, andy puzder, department of veteran affairs, dr. ronny jackson, u.n. ambassador, heather nauert and federal reserve board members herman cain and stephen moore are among the high-profile picks whose names were pulled after negative information was revealed. the president also lashing out again at house oversight chairman elijah cummings who is leading investigations into his administration.
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the president mocking cummings' recent home burglary calling it in a tweet really bad news and adding, too bad. that post prompting immediate backlash. fellow republican and former u.n. ambassador nikki haley replying, this is so unnecessary. president trump standing by his tweet. >> that was really not meant as a wise guy tweet. his house robbed and it came over the news at a certain moment last night, and i had just mentioned it. >> reporter: president trump has been attacking cummings since last weekend when he called baltimore a rat and rodent infested place where no human being would want to live. now, many called those tweets racist, but cummings hasn't gone that far and he is expected to speak today in baltimore. >> and we'll see if he responds. tara, i do want to transition to economic matters for a moment. the markets tumbling this week over escalating concerns of a trade war and president trump is sounding off on china once again. >> reporter: that's right, whit.
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president trump is doubling down on his threat to slap tariffs on $300 billion worth of chinese imports. that's virtually all chinese sn as next month.uld take place now, americans wy the price on everything from shoes to phones and clothing, china said they will respond with appropriate measures. whit. >> a big story to watch, tara palmeri in new jersey, thanks so much. dan. >> thank you, whit. thank you, tara. a lot to talk about politically this morning, so let's bring in abc news chief political analyst matthew dowd who is joining us from texas. matthew, good morning. i want to start with this story about congressman john ratcliffe who has just taken himself out of the running for the job of director of national intelligence. it was interesting to hear the president say that he relies on the media to vet his nominees. to your mind, how does that square with his constant refrain of fake news? >> well, you also could ask how does it square with what he said he only hires the best people as tara related.
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all these people that have been nominated have been thrown out because of the qualifications problem. i mean, it doesn't square. it is an explanation the president doesn't vet these people. he watches fox news or some other program and then decides he's got somebody in mind. it's a continual process of this and i think one of the thing it highlights is the importance of the press in this, because if the white house isn't vetting these important candidates to these really crucial positions, at least the press is doing their job and doing the process to find out what really is the background. >> let's move on now to the president's tweets about congressman elijah cummings, the democrat from baltimore. i have heard conservative analysts say that this kind of dustup actually hurts the president's chances of getting re-elected because it takes the attention away from our strong economy. do you agree with that analysis? >> well, if you look at the data, the last president to have economic numbers like this president has in his presidency had a job approval rating 20
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points higher than president trump has, so trump is basically doing this to himself. his job approval numbers should be much better than these but donald trump as we've learned and we talked about it a number of times is an incredibly impulsive person. he doesn't stay disciplined on what anybody would naturally think would be the conversation he's having, so as i said earlier, he arises. he has an impulse, he does something but over and over and over donald trump's twitter feed is his biggest own nightmare. >> this is going to be a huge issue as we head into the 2020 elections. finally let me just ask you about another big headline, another big issue as we head into the next presidential election. we now as of friday have a majority of democrats in the house of representatives coming out in favor of beginning the impeachment process against president donald j. trump, however, most americans are against that. so is this a dangerous road for democrats? >> i think it's a careful road for the democrats. if you look at past numbers on impeachment numbers, take a look
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at richard nixon, the numbers of people, americans today who want impeachment today are higher than what it was with richard nixon even as the process of impeachment started but we're incredibly polarized and incredibly tribalized in this country so you have this divide on each side of this. i think the democrats have to be careful. i think they have to go through this process. right now a majority of democrats supporting impeachment won't be enough for impeachment. i think nancy pelosi has tried to take this in a disciplined manner to see where she gets by the end of the summer, early fall. >> nancy pelosi walking a tightrope. matthew dowd, really appreciate your analysis from texas on a saturday morning. have a great day. eva, over to you. >> all right, thanks, guys. a new governor has been sworn in in puerto rico. the house of representatives approved pedro pierluisi as secretary of state and then governor on friday. he takes over for governor ricardo rossello who resigned after weeks of protests ignited by a scandal involving leaked chat messages. the senate has yet to approve his nomination and legal
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challenges are expected. in new york city a judge is recommending the nypd fire the officer accused in the choking death of eric garner. the video of the incident caused a national firestorm. you can hear garner saying "i can't breathe" at least 11 times before falling unconscious and later dying. it is now up to the police commissioner whether daniel pantaleo will be fired in the case. a homecoming overnight for the rapper a$ap rocky who is in the midst of a legal drama overseas. there he is getting off a private plane after spending a month in a swedish jail on charges of assault, the case getting attention from other rappers, popular musicians, even president trump himself and abc's julia macfarlane has the latest from our london bureau. julia, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. yes, that's right. a$ap rocky has been in custody at a swedish jail since july 3rd but now he's back home as the courts deliberate over the verdict. this morning, we're hearing audio of that bombshell moment
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in court. a swedish judge releasing a$ap rocky from jail. >> rakim mayers is no longer going to be remanded in custody. [ cheers ] >> reporter: overwhelming joy and excitement for the grammy nominated artist. the rapper leaving jail friday. his mother delighted by the news. >> it's great. >> reporter: as is the president who has taken a personal interest in the case and last week phoned the swedish prime minister calling for rocky's release tweeting out it was a rocky week, get home asap, a$ap. ♪ as the celebrity made his way posting on instagram, i can't begin to describe how grateful i am for all of you. this has been a very difficult and humbling experience. i want to thank the court for allowing me to return to our family and friends. >> one goal was that my client was going to be a free man today and that's what we achieved and then we're hoping for an acquittal in 14 days. >> reporter: the 30-year-old rapper whose real name is rakim
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mayers was released from custody temporarily as the court adjourned to consider a motive. >> we're not trying to fight y'all. we're not trying to go to jail. >> reporter: he is accused alongside two of his companions. he pleaded not guilty to charges of assault against a 19-year-old man in stockholm in june. footage capturing a brawl in the city published on tmz before the trial began. mayers is seen throwing a man in a white shirt to the ground. photographs of the alleged victim's injuries among the evidence shown to the court. he is seeking more than $14,000 in damages. if rocky is found guilty, he faces a maximum two years in jail. well, the decision for that verdict is expected on august 14th. meanwhile, though, just a few days before that a$ap rocky is scheduled to perform at the real streets festival in anaheim. his performance had been in doubt whilst he was held in sweden and he's not required to return to sweden for the reading of that verdict. eva. >> all right. thank you, julia macfarlane, for us in london.
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well, get this, a runaway steer in downtown colorado springs had some bystanders yelling holy cow. take a look. >> oh, my god. >> take a look at the longhorn. >> stop reading. >> it's actually not funny. it's actually serious. this longhorn runs towards a group of people and into a building where they were finally able to wrangle him thanks to a man there on a horse. the steer wandered off during a cattle drive that was taking place downtown. >> i was just going to say, was there just a guy on a horse happened to be nearby? >> another day in colorado springs. a cowboy coming to save the day. it's like something out of a moo-vie. >> can we go to commercial? can we just go to commercial? we got to keep going with the show. by the way, nobody got hurt. >> nobody got hurt, thankfully. >> note that. >> really important to note that. >> nobody got hurt except for all of our psyches got hurt by the bad puns. anyway, let's move on to the weather now. brittany bell from our raleigh station wtvd in for rob. what else is cooking on this saturday morning?
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>> we're still looking at that double threat in the pacific ocean watching two of those systems. erick was actually a category 4 at one point. a major storm and right now that continues to track just to the south of hawaii. we actually have some video of those waves from erick. you can see just how high those waves are crashing to the surface prompting various different high surf advisories, also high surf warnings and erick right now has sustained winds at 40 miles per hour. so let's get a closer view of that system right now. just to the south of the big island but still leading to a lot of heavy rainfall. gusty winds. the good news is that will continue to weaken. looking at that weakening to a tropical depression as it pulls further away from the island. but zooming back out right behind it, we have flossie. so that's still well away from that. but looking at very strong winds as high as 60 miles per hour, but that will take a hard turn to the north staying away from the island looking at that dissipating into a tropical depression heading into monday. there's a look at what's
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good morning to you. here is a look at walnut creek. sunny and temperatures mild in the 60s right now. it is a quick warm-up for you today with highs in the mid 90s for many of you in our inland east bay. warm around the bay. cool at the coast, but a cooler pattern for next week. highs today ranging from the 60s at the coast, half moon bay at 66. 69, downtown. only partial clearing here. 77 in oakland. a warm day up in santa rosa at 91, and the accuweather seven-day forecast slightly so a close call for hawaii but thankfully avoiding direct hits from both of those systems. >> when you come up from raleigh and you're here, the big network, were you prepared for the level of wit that we're bringing to the table with the cow jokes? >> you should just tell him to be nice. >> i was prepared. you guys were nice to me last time so i'm ready. >> we'll be nice to you, definitely. >> good to have you here. we do appreciate it. >> thanks for having me back.
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>> you're putting her on the spot. we do want to transition, though. an incredible baseball story. a fan landing a minor league contract after showing off his skills at a stadium speed pitch game. this is all in a cage. the video showing him lighting up the radar going viral. and one team took notice. abc's maggie rulli back here with that story. really something out of hollywood here. >> i know, i love this story. we all have our dreams of being discovered, of thinking, yeah, i still got it. maybe i still could become a professional athlete but i hate to break it to you for most of us, it's not going to happen. but for nathan patterson, his dream actually came true. he is a real-life rookie of the year. or a jim morris from "the rookie." nathan patterson goes from a regular 23-year-old dude with a dream to a professional baseball player. after stepping into a speed pitch radar booth set up for fans at a july rockies game he
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threw some serious heat, an impressive 96 miles per hour. his brother posted the video online and it blew up. the oakland a's were calling him with a deal just a few days later. >> the percentage of prospects who do something like what nate patterson did who can make it to the major leagues, the odds are so stacked against you to do that. the reason that this story is so interesting is because it doesn't happen very often. >> reporter: patterson hadn't played since high school but stepped back on the diamond last august. then in the middle of his training he almost lost it all after a car accident. patterson dedicated himself to physical therapy joining a rec league to stay in shape working to be ready for this moment. on instagram patterson calls the journey a roller coaster and thanks his family for always supporting him in his dream. and get this, patterson said he didn't even have that good of an arm in high school. now he's reminding everyone in that post to go after your dreams and make them a reality. dan, there's still a chance. dan, professional basketball for you.
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>> yeah, i'm going to stick to playing soccer in the hallway with my son, yeah. >> we should say we all really love dan because i feel like twitter is going to blow up with some hate tweets. >> i'm provoking everybody this morning. thank you, maggie. really appreciate it. coming up, new details about that tragedy at the kennedy compound. the tributes pouring in for robert f. kennedy's granddaughter, saoirse kennedy hill. keep it here. "good morning america" is sponsored by target. get low prices on supplies and apparel for every school list. ♪ i feel, i feel golden ♪ i feel like glitter on my shoulders ♪ ♪ i feel like ♪ i feel, i feel golden ♪ i feel like, oh, i feel golden ♪ ♪ and i'm feelin' like gold ♪ and i'm feelin' brand new ♪ yeah, i'm feelin' brand new ♪ ♪ and i'm feelin' brand new ♪ yeah, i'm feelin' brand new
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now from abc 7, living breaking news. >> that breaking news is from contra costa county. cal fire says firefighters are at the scene of multiple vegetation fires in clayton, and that an estimated 500 acres are burning on the north side of
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marsh creek road. this is a live picture of the scene right now from marsh creek valley road near deer valley. cal fire tweeted that those 500 acres are burning just west of brentwood. now, a neighbor tells us the mobile home park on marsh creek road where he lives was evacuated around 4:30 this morning. this is video from when the fire was burning a few hours ago, but they got the all clear to return to their homes around 6:30. here is what one neighbor told us she saw when she woke up. >> we were sleeping and the dog woke us up, crying. i, you know, took the dog outside and then you could totally smell just that heavy smell of smoke. and i kind of looked up, and over the horizon you could just see the orange glow. so it is -- it is too close. it is kind of sporadic farmland. we do have neighbors, and actually as i was outside with the dog and we were kind of
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looking at the glow, our neighbor drove by right then in his truck and kind of yesterday out the window, "we got a fire pretty near." and so my husband actually went with him to go check on the livestock, make sure everything is okay. the fire has reached the neighbor's cow pond. >> now, everyone is safe as far as we know and you can get the latest information on our free "abc 7 news" app and on abc7news.com. now we're checking in with lisa for a look at our weather. good morning. >> good morning to you, kumasi. weather in and around clayton, a few scattered clouds. temperatures in the 60s, relative humidity is high. the winds are light but will be increasing. today is the hottest out of the next seven. elsewhere, winds up to 15 miles per hour towards the delta and looking at a combination of 50s and 60s. here is a look at walnut krut. 61 in redwood city, san jose at
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62. it is 63 for you in concord, 59 in livermore. so a cool start. a very warm finish inland with mid 90s in antioch, 94 in concord, 77 in oakland. breetzy breezy at the coast. today is the hottest day. cooling each day, more significantly midweek. kumasi. >> thank you for joining us. the news continues with "good morning america". at aarp, we think giving stuff away is nice. but not your identity or your savings. which is why our fraud watch network
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diane, good morning. >> reporter: whit, good morning to you. all around as flags are flying at half-staff as the community shows its support for the kennedy family and as tributes are pouring in on social media, the family is gathering here in hyannis port waiting to learn what caused this sudden and tragic death. this morning the kennedy family is coming together finding solace on the water after the death of 22-year-old saoirse kennedy hill. >> on the phone with a caller now, 21 marchant in hyannis port for a possible od. >> reporter: sources tell abc news the granddaughter of the late robert f. kennedy died from a possible overdose thursday after being found unresponsive at the legendary compound in hyannis port, massachusetts. authorities are now awaiting toxicology results. in these photos from thedailymail.com friday, you can see her mother courtney as well as grandmother ethel riding on the compound in a golf cart. as the family mourns emotional tributes are pouring in on social media. loved ones remembering hill's
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will to do good and give back. her uncle robert f. kennedy jr. writes, saoirise was fierce, both in her love for her family and yearning for justice. the gaping hole that she leaves in our family is a wound too large to ever heal. hill seen here alongside the likes of joe biden, nancy pelosi and bill murray was known for her love of politics and pop culture. but her life had a darker side. she opened up in 2016 about her struggle with depression writing in her student newspaper my depression took root in the beginning of my middle school years and will be with me for the rest of my life. too often it feels as if i'm drowning in my own thoughts while everyone else seems to be breathing comfortably. and right now police say an autopsy performed friday revealed no signs of trauma inconsistent with life-saving measures but, of course, the hope is that that pending toxicology report will give the family some much needed answers on what caused this tragedy. eva. >> all right, diane, thank you. well, some frightening moments on a spirit airlines jet
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going from charlotte to newark. about 30 minutes into that flight a stowaway bat started flying through the cabin. can you imagine? startled passengers and flight attendants screaming and ducking for cover as that bat made its way through the plane. passenger peter scatini who shot this video says they didn't know what to do. >> i mean, it was crazy. the entire flight, i mean people were creaming, people were standing up. people were freaking out. it actually got a little scary almost at one point because once it was captured because they had caught it with a cup on the floor first. >> my question is did they have cart service still? spirit airlines says the bat was eventually corralled into a restroom and then removed by animal control officers once the plane landed. no one including the bat was hurt. so that's the good news. >> i like that woman at the end who was actually hiding in the bathroom. >> i think that was a flight attendant. >> smart move. she's like you're on your own, kids. . all right. time for the weather. once again brittany bell as we've been saying in for rob this morning. hey, brittany, good morning. >> and good morning.
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preparing for dangerous heat across the southwest. we have these heat alerts stretching from near l.a. county, death valley all the way towards phoenix looking at that excessive heat warning. this is why those temperatures climbing well into the triple digits as high as 118 in death valley and then just not looking at any relief any time soon and those temperatures will stay in the triple digits, look at sunday in death valley, up to 118 degrees. 109 in las vegas. but if you want to get some relief from the heat, here's a look at your beach forecast. looking at a mixture of sunshine and clouds. high temperatures in the 80s and you'll also have to watch some of those pop-up showers and storms across the area. looking at pretty pleasant water temperatures down into the low to mid-70s. but, once again, watch out for those scattered showers, but we'll have high temperatures in the 80s, also looking at temperatures in the upper 70s across the region. that's a look at what's going on good saturday morning. waking up just a bit of a low cloud deck here in san francisco, but already sunny. the winds are light out there. throughout the afternoon, upper
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look at this police dash cam video. it shows the moment a driver took off with an officer still clinging onto the side of the car and abc's zachary kiesch has more on what happened next and what the officer is saying about it. zachary, good morning to you. >> dan, good morning to you as well. the driver was stopped for a minor moving violation. it's against the law to be behind the wheel and on your phone in the state of georgia but this morning the officer is lucky to be alive after the driver hit the gas and the cop reaches inside the car to stop him. an officer in georgia running a traffic stop was taken on a dramatic ride. dash cam video captured the incident as it played out in realtime. that's dunwoody police officer nathan daley. watch as the driver puts the car
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into gear and accelerates towards the highway and officer daley who continues holding on to the car. >> he's taking off on us. he's taking off on us. >> reporter: through it all the officer literally hangs from the vehicle even as it hits that gray suv in an effort to pull onto atlanta's congested interstate 285. >> speed 90 miles an hour, third lane. weaving out of traffic. >> reporter: then the car swerves towards traffic sideswiping another vehicle. >> officer down, officer down, 10-80. 10-80. >> reporter: officer daley loses hold and can be seen bouncing from the ground. police say the driver of that car at some point got out and ran but was eventually chased down and arrested. >> this officer, it's a blessing that he was not more seriously injured because he easily could have been killed by being smooshed in between the cars. being run over by another car. >> reporter: this morning the officer has message.
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>> it does look as bad as it feels, you know what i mean, but i will bounce back. ten times stronger. a little knickknack. i love you guys. thank you so much for your support. >> good to see that officer smiling this morning. now, the driver faces ten charges including aggravated assault and battery. the officer who we heard from is expected to make a full recovery, guys. >> definitely has made a psychological recovery. his beaming face tells the whole story. it's amazing. >> yeah. his colleagues say he was actually kind of pinched in there, right? he was unable to set himself free but, you know -- >> and a reminder how officers put their lives on the line every day. zachary, thank you so much. >> appreciate it. coming up here on "good morning america," how to get your kids off those screens this summer and still keep them entertained in our "weekend download." our "weekend download." pain was so frustrating. my skin... it was embarrassing. my joints... they hurt. the pain and swelling. the tenderness. the psoriasis. i had to find something that worked on all of this.
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♪ ♪ the kids are on summer vacation. every parent starts the summer full of big plans and ideas but at some point the devices start to sneak in and take over. if you're looking for a few ideas of how to keep screen time from taking over your kid's summer, genevieve shaw brown, "gma" digital lifestyle editor and the author of "the happiest mommy you know" is here to help. we are with you this summer. screen time starts to creep up. you don't mean for it to happen. it just happens. what can you do? >> so, first of all, know you are not alone. parents everywhere are fighting and losing this battle so my first piece of advice is to start small. plan one outing a day and make it first thing in the morning. for me that means getting to the playground at 7:00 a.m. with my kids. for somebody else that might look a little bit different but just having that one plan cuts back on at least a couple hours the kids might have been on their devices. >> you also say you have to hold yourself and your kids accountable. how do you do that? >> right, so take a look in the
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settings of your device and see how much screen time you're actually using on a weekly basis then decide how much you want to cut back. set limits on the apps you're using most. you can even go as far as to set a password for your kids' devices so they can't access it once the limit has been reached. >> make it difficult. we all need downtime. we all need downtime from screens. >> yes. >> how can you get both of those at the same time? >> i do this in my own family. my kids are still young, three skids under 7, but you can do with older kids too as long as you have a family discussion. for an hour and a half each day you can head to your bedroom, build a fort, look out the window. no screens. this goes for parents too. kids do what you do. not necessarily what you say. important to set a great example. >> it's so hard. i actually didn't bring my phone out with me today to the set. we're doing this segment and i'm not going to be on my phone for an hour. we are on our phones constantly. >> we are and our kids see that and we want to hold ourselves responsible too and cut down on
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our own screen time if we're asking them to do the same. >> go outside and play. >> basically. >> basically. >> enjoy the summer. >> i just want to point out your bracelet. >> my daughter made it for me. >> so cute. genevieve, thank you so much for being with us. always good to have you. >> thank you. >> stay with us. we'll be right back with maggie and "pop news." always good to have you. we'll right back with maggie and "pop news." so chantix can help you quit slow turkey.key. along with support, chantix is proven to help you quit. with chantix you can keep smoking at first
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"good morning america" is sponsored by geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. all right. time for "pop news." maggie rulli on the desk. we will reveal the reason for the mustard colored dress coming up. >> stay tuned. stay tuned. good tease. super tease by dan. we're going to start with ed sheeran who is now showing us just how perfect he really is. his performance overnight in hanover, germany, for his "divide" tour just became the all-time highest grossing tour ever and i guess not a bad payday.
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the trade magazine pollstar predicts he's pulled in over $736 million. that beats u2 who held the honor since 2011 with 735 million so he just snuck it out. sheeran's been posting videos and pictures of his tour on social media. he calls the feat simply amazing. over 7.3 million people have seen his shows. you still have a chance. the tour ends later this month. group outing. we're all going to go. >> dan sings that song to his cat every night before bed. yeah. >> such a sweetheart. >> purr-fect. >> it was a good burn. getting me back for the cow joke. >> for the whole show. >> for the whole show. there's more where that came from. i have some words of advice for you. >> we have a few minutes left in the show. >> there's still time. all right, word of advice. this one could be for the men up here. do not make ariana grande jealous, guys, just don't make any woman jealous because she's now showing us what a woman can do if she wants to get revenge in her new song and music video "boyfriend."
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♪ you ain't my boyfriend boyfriend i ain't your girlfriend ♪ ♪ girlfriend but i don't want you to see nobody else ♪ >> that's right. she gets in there. she gets in there. the reaction on the desk was horrifying. the grammy winner gets help from the duo social house for the project. grande said she tried to capture the scene of being hurt and as well as having a crippling crush on someone. it's dramatic. there's also just a lot going on in this video. it's really distracting and terrifying. it's been viewed 20 million times. last night when we first started this, it was 9 million, so it's doubled overnight. good for her. >> people like to see people acting crazy. >> fair enough. >> that's why they watch this show. >> all right. more on the u.s. women's national soccer team who are four-time world champs but now they're gaining another honor. they nabbed the cover of the wheaties cereal box. the edible honor is given to world class athletes and it's a limited edition box. only 10,000 sold so you better buy up. at 23 bucks each it's not cheap.
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the money all goes to sports causes, so expensive but good. guys, we have no wheaties for you but i did bring food. i want to hold this up for you. it's national mustard day. i dressed the part because i'm a real journalist and commit to my craft. >> if you're mustard and you're ketchup, can dan be custard? >> well, just -- because earlier he said that mustard, ketchup and wiener. >> i was going more tv friendly. >> just want to be clear about the tone and tenor on the desk this morning. >> whit is already -- >> yeah. >> mustard is my favorite condiment. i wear it as well, but french is now coming out and teamed up with coolhaus ice cream to make a mustard ice cream. two all american classics. whit has it. >> is it good? >> it's interesting. it's good. i don't know if i can eat a whole bowl of it. you know what i mean? >> i can. wait, add a pretzel. this is delicious. these two aren't eating. guys. >> um.
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>> this is your chance to eat mustard ice cream. >> dan doesn't eat anything. >> dan doesn't eat anything. >> he does eat pretzels. >> you can eat my spretsle. >> i'll eat your pretzel. >> everyone, it's delicious. happy national mustard day. holiday of the year. >> or custard day. >> or wiener day. anyway, thank you for watching. really appreciate it. we'll see you right back here tomorrow morning. here tomorrow morning. morning. "abc 7 mornings." >> all news. >> all morning. >> good morning. i'm kumasi aaron. we have breaking news. cal fire says firefighters are at the scene of multiple vegetation fires in clayton and that an estimated 500 acres are burning on the north side of marsh creek road. here is a live picture of the
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scene from marsh creek road near deer valley. cal fire tweeted the 500 acres are burning just west of brentwood. a neighbor tells us the mobile home park on marsh creek road where he lives was evacuated around 4:30 this morning, but they got the all clear to go back to their homes around 6:30. another neighbor says she is waiting for word from officials. she has everything ready if she needs to evacuate, but her main concern is the animals, and if they need to leaf sve she would have to get them together quickly and leave. we will have the newest information on the free "abc 7 news" app as well as abc7news.com. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. we will check out the weather. right now we are at 61 degrees with relative humidity high and the winds are light. just a few scattered clouds in the distance there. that is good news though with the cooler temperatures right now. but today will be the hottest day out of the next seven.
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you can see all of the clouds on live doppler 7, with visibility reduced from petaluma to half moon bay. low cloud deck will be confined to the shoreline and the sea breeze as well. we will be looking at 50s and 60s right now with some sun out to our east and highs today ranging from the mid to upper 60s from half moon bay to san francisco. breezy at the coast, to the low 80s and fremont. low to mid 90s inland, but we will get a stronger onshore push tomorrow. kumasi. >> thank you, lisa. coming up next, we will have more on the clayton grass fires and a live report. "abc 7 news" at 8:00 is next. you eat right... mostly. you make time... when you can. but sometimes life gets in the way,
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now from abc 7, live breaking news. >> and that breaking news is in contra costa county. cal fire says firefighters are at the scene of multiple vegetation fires in clayton. an estimated 500 acres are burning on the north side of marsh creek road. a shelter in place is in effect between morgan territory road and deer valley. "abc 7 news" reporter cornell barnard is live at the scene. what does it look like out there now? >> reporter: it looks pretty smoky right now, kumasi. i want to take you up here to the hill. a scary morning for resident, a very busy morning for firefighters here in the clayton area. a wildfire, as you can see, burning right now off of marsh creek road. firefighters are on the hill. can you see them? there are a lot of them, from the bottom to the

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