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along with learning that the two flight attendants were ejected, we learned that the flight instructor was making his first flight as an instructor. and they geared in on the throttle to see why the plane was going so slow when it was coming in. we're going to look more closely into the flight attendants and the flight instructor. we go live to ken wayne. >> reporter: you can look over my shoulder and you can see the runway and out there behind some large metal containers you can make the white -- make out the white silhouette of the
wreckage. there's more information about the cause of the crash and what led up to it. it almost didn't even make it to solid ground. >> first the mainlanding gear hit the sea wall then the gear. >> reporter: knocking two flight attendants right out of the rear of the aircraft. >> they were found down the runway and off to the side of the runway. incredibly the flight attendants survived but their exact condition has not been released. three crew members were in the cockpit, a fourth was in the cabin. we learned that the pilot had
44 hours of experience and it was his first trip to sfo. and the pilot instructor -- >> he stated that it was his first flight as a pilot instructor. >> reporter: the ntsb says the pilots engaged in auto throttle device to maintain air speed. but for some reason the air speed slowed causing the plane to nearly stall. the ntsb wants to know why the three pilots in the cockpit didn't react sooner to the drop in air speed. >> one of the very critical things that needs to be monitored on an approach to landing is speed. and so we need to understand what was going on in the cockpit. >> reporter: the ntsb says none of the pilots was tested for drugs or alcohol after the crash.
us pilots are required to submit to such testing after an accident. so far it appears pilots of foreign airlines are not. live in millbrae, ken wayne. when disaster strikes the primary role of flight attendants becomes gear. they are not just waiters and waitresses but critical situation officers. we go to david stevenson for this story. >> reporter: tonight we have new photos showing the lenghts flight attendants went to safe flight their passengers. carrying some on their backs. >> fortunately these accidents don't happen very often. >> reporter: the cabin's primary responsibility is protecting those on board not just providing drinks for
passengers. flight attendants have to be certified for each type of aircraft they service same as the pilot. >> there's similarities in the evacuation procedures but each aircraft is specific and yes you have to be trained on each aircraft that you work on. >> reporter: valis says flight attendants drill right down to the block exits and malfunctioning exit slides on asiana214. >> if we have a blocked exit we redirect to others. that's exactly what they did. they redirected passengers to other usable exits. >> reporter: two of the flight attendants were ejected from the plane. >> i heard the sign for evacuate. so i put the evacuation
protocall in place. >> reporter: our flight attendant may have offered insight into why evacuation ramps opened. if the doors were ajarred open while the plane crashed there may have been nowhere else to deploy but the cabin. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. as the asiana flight came in low and slow, the crew of a cockpit on united plane had a front row seat. they watched the ordeal unfold. after the crash the united pilots radioed the tower about survivors. >> we see people, they're alive and they're walking around. >> people are just walking outside the airplane right now? >> yes, some people looks like
are stumblin >> reporter: a posting on a pilot's forum as someone identified himself as a pilot on that united flight says he saw two survivors stumbling on the runway. as for his own passengers he wrote a few individuals were emotional as nearly every passenger on the left side of the aircraft saw the fuselage and debris field going over 100 knots past our aircraft only 300 feet away. federal investigators have been quick to release information about asiana214. and that's not going well with pilots who says it points a finger of blame and maybe too soon. >> what they thought us is give as much information as you can when you can. and that's exactly what they do. as the facts come out they present them. >> reporter: part of the reason the ntsb has been so forthcoming is because of how fast the flight data box was
recovered. investigators have easy access. a total of 21 people remain hospitalized tonight of the injured in the crash. 12 patients are still in san francisco general hospital. five are in critical condition including a child. sanford hospital is still treating four people. one of them is listed as critical. the remaining five passengers are recovering after three other san francisco hospitals with less serious injuries. some of the injured received a special visit in the hospital today from san francisco mayor ed lee. >> i was able to talk to some of the young kids that have some injuries that need attention but they were in a talkative move. they were happy to see the mayor there. >> reporter: the mayor said he did not want to disturb the victims with more serious injuries. he also thanked doctors, nurses and translators who rushed to the hospital to help when they heard about the crash. flight operations are still not quite back to normal at sfo. travelers tell us they are still facing both cancellations and delays. in fact, at least 138 flights
were cancelled today but that's not just because one of the four runways at sfo is still closed. bad weather on the east coast also contributed to today's problems. passengers who's flights were not cancelled saw delays of up to two hours in some cases. flights in and out of san jose and oakland are running on schedule. our coverage continues throughout the hour. the families of the two girls killed in the crash are here in the bay area. the meetings they attended today and the first question they asked. also, we'll show you the response as asiana's airlines ceo arrived at sfo today and look into the experience required of pilots before they train others to fly. only on 2, sight seers on a tour in san francisco saw a lot more than they bargained for when the driver of their tour bus was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. ktvu's paul chambers tells us now how police were tipped off. >> reporter: some say it's the
best way for visitors to see san francisco. the hop on hop off tour buses take visitors to the sights and sounds of the city. friday afternoon a driver was taken into custody for suspicion of intoxicated driving. 60-year-old leon manerd who was driving the bus pulled over. that's when a police officer noticed two empty airport sized bottles and a third larger liquor bottle on the drive side window. authorities determined that manerd was intoxicated. >> is there a way to get in contact with your boss or the owner. when we got the owner we were told that the owner was in europe for a month. the driver was taken into custody and police took empty
liquor bottles off the bus. today we asked a passenger how he felt about the actions of the driver. >> it just doesn't worry me too much. i expect to be safe and i expect this to be only once. >> reporter: in san francisco, i'm paul chamber, ktvu channel 2 news. a man was shot and killed in oakland this afternoon and police say the killer is still on the lose. it happened on 88th avenue near dowen street around 2:30 this afternoon. that's only 30 minutes after summer programs ended at castle mont high. the man was found unconscious in the road. the streets in the area were blocked off while police interviewed people in the area. so far there was no word on the name of the victim. b.a.r.t. and two of its labor unions met
separately with mediators. formal talks will resume friday. the union workers went to work last friday after a strike shut down service and crippled traffic for four and a half days. the two sides have until august 4 to reach a deal. if not union workers are threatening to walk off the job again. cooling off with a slight chance of thunderstorms. i'm using the latest computer models to track changing conditions in your area. then, was a lack of training to blame for the crash of flight 214. a flight instructor shares inside into the kind of experience that matters. >> in this case, that could be an issue. >> plus coming up n
ktvu has learned that the families of the two teenagers that died in the sfo crash have not viewed the bodies of their daughters. >> the county sheriff is providing security during this difficult time. amber lee has the story. >> reporter: that's right julie we're at the crowne plaza hotel where security is tight. if you look over there you can see a sheriff deputy vehicle parked by the front entrance. at times we saw law enforcement officers stop cars as they came in. an effort to shield crash victims and their families.
participants participant-- parents of the two girls killed met with an investigator with the coroner's office once overnight and again today at the victim's assistance center at the crowne plaza hotel. the coroner told us they are waiting for the parents. this afternoon we saw some of the injured venture outside to board a bus. some in neck braces and arm slings. volunteers from the salvation army tell me they are assisting them in a variety of ways from army translation to necessities such as blankets and clothing. >> we already received a lot of phone calls because there's a lot of students from china. >> reporter: ty is with the buddhist foundation, she says many are willing to help. >> maybe we can hold a candle
prayer. so gather everybody to do a prayer for the victims and the families. >> reporter: after the two victims were killed, the coroner says he may have the exact cause of death in about a week. amber lee, ktvu 2 news. the san francisco police department hit-and-run unit is now investigating whether one of the 16-year-old victims who died survived the crash only to be run over by a rescue vehicle. today when the county corner met with the parents of the two girls he said the first question they asked is which of the girl was the one who may have been hit by that emergency vehicle. the coroner says he has now determined it was ya wun. but it will probably be about a week before he can determine the exact cause of her death. we got a view at san francisco general where some of the most critical victims are being treated. ktvu's health and science
editor john fowler talked with the trauma team today and some of the survivors who describe the moment of impact. >> reporter: we were allowed at san francisco medical where the mood was intense. the crash was tragic but after seeing this video on channel 2 today he called it a miracle. >> i thought there were going to be a lot more victims who were going to die from the crash. it's amazing that so many people walked away from this, this accident. >> reporter: on saturday, dr. campbell and others treated 62 victims that came to san francisco in four waves. on scene triage got the most serious to surgery within 45 minutes of the crash. >> the full gammot of blunt force injury that was really catastrophic. >> reporter: inside the cabin, first class had shoulder belts, economy lab belts only suffering more abdomen injuries. passengers bodied thrashed with
bone breaking force. >> the organs inside will get disrupted. >> i couldn't breathe for like because i got the wind knocked out of me. so i couldn't breathe for a couple of seconds. >> it was like, we were all bouncing all over the place. i just remember there being dust everywhere and i was freaking out. and it just stopped. >> reporter: the jung family parents and three children left san francisco general all had minor injuries. around the corner two patients remain paralyzed among five in critical condition here. >> we're very fortunate about the quick response i think that saved lives. >> reporter: san francisco general is the region's level one trauma center. this the biggest mass casualty accident in its history proved its worth. john fowler, ktvu news. santa clara county vector control is planning to spray an insecticide following the discovery of west nile virus.
the area that will be sprayed is bordered by santa teresa and ground avenue. weather permitted is scheduled to start at 11:00 in the evening and last for several hours. a petaluma man, john joe werth was injured in a motorcycle accident. they say he gets confused easily and left his home on a motor bike. authorities say he has gone missing before and was found previously wandering in the fairfield and napa areas. high temperatures today they were high inland. you had 97 in antioch. these were the numbers the national weather service recorded. cooler around the bay. san francisco 69 degrees. today warmest day of the week. temperatures tomorrow they trend down. we're going the lose a few degrees tomorrow as we see more
fog and low clouds pushing into the area: and high clouds start to move in as well. so here's the fog forecast. it's a lot of it. it's in pacifica, san francisco, sausalito and parts of san rafael. temperatures they start to warm but not as hot as tomorrow. numbers tomorrow will be a good four or five degrees cooler. instead of 98 degrees in some of the inland bay valleys we will see 94, 95. the cooling trend continues as we go through the week. high clouds moving in from the south. those could spawn thunderstorms. we will talk about those when we come back at 10:45. a san francisco police officer was honored by the city today for saving an elderly woman from a fire. >> and we had to remove a screen door then kick in a back door to get in. >> reporter: officer matt labrea was first on the scene
the ceo of asiana airlines is now here in the bay area. he's here to meet with crash survivors and investigators. cara liu was at sfo today where the executive was mobbed by journalists looking for a comment. >> reporter: moments after asiana's ceo walked out of customs without stopping to talk to reporters the swarm of
more than 50 journalists surrounded him trying to ask questions about saturday's crash landing. >> i need you guys to make room. get back, get back. >> reporter: officers were yelling, trying to maintain order. >> i need you guys to make room. get back, get back. >> reporter: he said only a few words including that he was sorry for the accident according to korean journalists who translated for us. he was in the lobby for only about 60 seconds before officers ushered him back into customs apparently worried for his safety. >> it was chaos. >> reporter: korean reporters tell us they had expected yun to address the media when he arrived at sfo. >> i think it's his duty to do interview and say sorry to i don't know victims of family. >> reporter: this video shows yin before he traveled to the u.s. having an interview with
one of the fathers of the girls who died. yun so far has defended his pilot saying they are very competent. >> reporter: but he has said he plans to strengthen simulator training for visual landings for his pilots. cara liu, channel 2 news. the south korean financial services commission say it is boing 777 is insured for $130 million. asiana also has more than $2 billion in passenger reparations and insurance. but what about the financial fall out. the accident will cost the company $132 million for the plane and 43 billion for
passenger reparations. many fewer people living here will be able to go to college or get the certificates or the vocational training that allow them to get jobs. >> city college of san francisco has until the end of the month to request a review of the decision. if the accrediting commission upholds its decision, ccsf can then appeal. today was day two of the a hunger strike at california prisons. about 30,000 inmates are refusing meals. the hunger strike is a protest over the use of solitary confinement in the prison system. prisoners rights activists say prolonged solitary is akin to torture. this is not the first hunger strike but it is the largest hunger strike in the prison system in recent history. still to come here. more questions surrounding the
experience of the pilots on flight 214. >> and to become a flight instructor requires a lot of time as a pilot. we'll tell you why local flight instructors say experience as a pilot is just the beginning. >> in news of the world, why officials in canada are now calling a deadly train crash sabotage. >> and you can get ktvu [ male announcer ] at montrose pet hospital,
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instructor pilot was an instructor pilot for the very first time. >> and patti lee has more on the rules in the cockpit. >> reporter: let's start with the fact that to become a flight instructor you have to be an experienced pilot, and inflight simulators like this one. this is an experienced pilot and flight instructor. he tells us the aviation committee is divided on the role experience played in this crash. >> reporter: flight instructor jim gray shows us the simulator he uses to train pilots at oakland flier. >> we're claiming right now about 800 feet a minute. >> reporter: it's a less sophisticated version used to train large cockpit pilots but if basis is the same. the pilot only had a couple
hundred dollars of actual flight time. given his over all experience, ray says it shouldn't have mattered. >> he had thousands of hours hours in other boeing equipment. it shouldn't have been that hard to switch planes. >> reporter: but given the fact that the instructor pilot had no previous experience. all trainers are experienced pilots but learning to teach requires a different skill set. and experience as a trainer matters. commercial pilot rodrigo constansa is also a training pilot. he says the importance is their ability to communicate. >> every company has a protocall on how the captain.
>> reporter: repore is built up over time. in the case of flight 214 the pilot and training captain had never worked together before which is yet another factor that may have contributed to this near catastrophe. reporting live, patti lee. dozens of people who were left homeless after last week's apartment fire were allowed to go back inside their units to see what they had left. one man was killed and 21 others were injured in sunday morning's fire. some of the units weren't badly damaged by the flames but did receive a lot of water damage. some of the people displaced are still trying to find a place to live. >> the people from the red cross have been so nice to us, you know. but still there's just a sad feeling. i've never expierced ex --
experienced anything like that in my life you know. >> so far they say the fire does not appear to be suspicious. arson is thought to be the cause of several fires that ignited within minutes of each other. the first fire broke out at 10:30 this morning on a bike path. as many as four other fires broke out in that area this afternoon. investigators detained a possible suspect but then let him go. they say he's still considered a suspect in this case. more questions about where nsa leaker snowden is hiding. a russian official had tweeted that snowden had decided to go to venezuela but minutes later deleted the tweet. then reported snowden had not
decided yet but also that something was about to happen. a heart attack was the reason for a train wreck that sparked a devastating fire. investigators say that i had found evidence of tampering but ruled out terrorism. there's little hope for 35 people who are still missing. much of the downtown was destroyed. in egypt, supporters of the ousted president are rejecting the interim president and plans for a new constitution and election. the new leaders are getting support from some gulf neighbors and pledges of $8 billion. here in the u.s. some republicans want to cut the 1- 1/2 million dollars in aid given mostly to the egyptian military. and in china, firefighters rescued workers who were stuck in the middle of a raging river. the workers were trying to repair a bridge that collapsed. but then got trapped by that fast moving water. firefighters rigged a line between a piece of heavy
equipment and the shoreline and pulled the men over the water. at least six people were swept away when that bridge fell. new details are emerging in the murder case against former new england patriot tight end hernandez. he is charged with killing a friend of his odom lloyd last month. but another friend of hernandez has now told police that hernandez has admitted to firing the fatal shots. and new evidence has turned up in the double homicide in a double homicide last year. police say a car linked to that case had been rented in hernandez name. for the first time the three women who were held captive in a cleveland home for more than a decade are speaking publicly. >> i want everyone to know how happy i am to be home with my family, my friends. >> i would say thank you for the support. >> i will not let the situation define who i am. i will define the situation. >> the video was released by
the courage fund which raised more than $1 million for amanda barry, gina de jesus and michelle knight. the three were rescued in may after barry escaped. ariel castro has pled not guilty to kidnap, rape and aggravated murder for causing one woman to miscarry after he impregnated her. the crash of flight 214 being called a national disgrace. >> this was our shame. >> why the korean community here in the bay area is taking the events especially hard. >> and outside tonight, it is cooling down here in the bay area. chief mete
failure and honor have long been important themes in asian cultures. now some south koreans are expressing shame. >> reporter: at this korean market we found that many koreans view the crash not only as a tragedy but as a national disgrace. >> this was our shame. >> reporter: john kim of fremont is president of the national unification advisory council which advises the south korean government. >> people died and the many people injured. that's shameful because it's our nation's airline. >> reporter: one korean american woman said she could only express her feelings if we didn't show her face. >> first impression is i feel shameful. yeah, why it happened -- it happened to korean airline. >> reporter: why do you feel
shameful? >> maybe you know we were educated not to make mistake. prideful. >> reporter: those we spoke with say koreans generally take great pride in the accomplishments of south koreans and the country's economic rise and failure brings shame. >> if something good happens we're all happy. if something bad happens, we're all ashamed. >> reporter: but not all koreans or korean americans feel ashamed by what happened. sad, yes, but ashamed no. >> korean community shouldn't feel guilty about it. >> reporter: while some korean americans might feel shame some say they can take pride in the heroism displayed by the south korean flight crew in saving passengers. rob roth, ktvu news. a legal fight heated up today over the release of a sexually violent predator who attacked women in the bay area. 62-year-old christopher hubbert was sent to prison three times for brutety raping dozens of women. the crimes happened in san francisco, sunny vale, santa clara and southern california.
he's due to be released in los angeles where he was born: but the county d.a. filed a legal complaint. lawyers say the legality of same-sex marriage bans is bound to return to the high court since the justices did not tackle the central issue when they ruled on california's prop eight case. gay rights activists say since the court struck down key sections of the defense of marriage act it'll be difficult for the court to deny same-sex couples to marry. the canadian company has been going by blackberry, but to make it legal the company needed company approval. the company is hoping its newest devices will make blackberry a little more
competitive with iphones and android phones. on wall street, stock markets posted more gains today. the dow was up 75 points the nasdaq rose 19. the markets have now regained the losses that happened after the fed indicated it would pull back its stimulus efforts possibly this fall. we told you about poisoned meat balls sickening pets in a neighborhood. the new twist in the case and the new warning by police. >> cooling down before a temperature rebound. the changes i'm tracking in your complete bay area forecast. >> signs of a growing threat in the south bay.
wildfire in el dorado county. it's burning on the way to tahoe. traffic in both directions is being escorted around the fire. it's now about 40% contained and so far no homes have been damaged and no one has been evacuated the chp says the fire may have been sparked by a woken ax sell from a motor home that was towing a truck. coyotes are making a spike in the area. >> reporter: coyote traps are being placed in brush all over the saratoga trails after vector control started getting a lot of calls of coyotes being aggressive with humans. >> in the beginning it's scary in the middle of night but it's
getting worse. >> reporter: officials say coyotes are common in the bay area but now people say the animals are following humans getting close and pets are disappearing. >> we know from history that when that kind of behavior is allowed to progress, that that can eventually lead to attacks on humans in particular children. >> reporter: so after caged traps didn't work, vector control is setting up snare traps. simple snares are put near coyote trails. >> the coyote is going to walk through here, when he does he's going to hit the chest area. then the snare traps around the neck. and we have a trap that prevents choking. >> reporter: another trap is baited with food. >> when they pull this it release it is trap, the trap comes on over the neck of the coyote then when the coyote pulls back, it's just like a snare at this point. >> reporter: after about two weeks if these traps aren't effective it will go to more
elaborate traps. state law calls for trapped coyotes to be euthanized. san francisco police say more poisonous meat balls have been found. we first told you about those poisonous meat balls last week. thanks to the efforts of the community they found and disposed of hundreds of tainted meat balls. police are warning pet owners to be careful when walking dogs in that neighborhood. and if you see anything suspicious you're urged to call police. a nationally recognized expert on gunshot wounds appear to back george zimmerman's account. zimmerman is charged with second degree murder but insists he shot martin in self- defense. dr.vincent demayo says the to -- trajectory of the bullet and gun powder on zimmerman's body
is consistent with zimmerman's account. >> it's consistent of a person leaning over the person doing the shooting. >> reporter: after cross- examination, dimaio conceded that martin could have been pulling away from zimmerman. the crew of the international station was performing maintenance and doing a little history. one astronaut became the first italian to walk in space. the two men removed a broken camera, worked on some cable. another space walk is set for next week. it was a hot one today 101 in livermore. temperatures were pretty hot
inland. we have fog coast side that fog is filling in right along the coast. here you see tropical moisture working its way up. a dying tropical storm. and both of those are going to merge up in the area on wednesday to cool temperatures are going to begin cooling. temperatures on the cool down now. forecast highs tomorrow cooler than today. these are the numbers right now. so still pretty warm inland. just 57 in novato. so the sea breeze is cooling down. today will end up being the warmest day of the week. cloudier tomorrow and as we head into thursday as well. the extended forecast a warm up for your bay area weekend. as we march through the microclimates. 50s and 70s and upper 70s. mid-90s in the warmer spots. most of us tomorrow everyone in the hot spots mid-90s. so the forecast calls for tropical moisture to move up. this low pressure is going to
be the mechanism for the beginning of the cooling. as it moves in, the fog gets pushed in and our temperatures drop down a few degrees. cooler tomorrow, cooler again on thursday. cooler again or mild again on friday. so the computer model there's the tropical moisture comes up friday afternoon. high along the coast, high with tropical clouds. maybe a shower, maybe a thundershower as well. we'll be tracking that for you. you see it sheers back on thursday morning. fog stays at the coast then we get into thursday afternoon, kind of patchy fog and then we get into your friday, friday morning and there's plenty of fog right. so temperatures are going to trend down. fire danger will take a little bit of a break. it will certainly get better. 88 in concord, these numbers certainly coordinated today. we had 101 in livermore. 89degrees in morgan hill. more of a sea breeze. more fog. some high clouds especially in the southern part of the bay area. 78 in palo alto, 78 in menlo
park and 79 in mountain view. your bay area weekend in view. slightly cooler for your wednesday. drops down a few degrees, and then we kind of hoover upper 80s on friday. and saturday and sunday it warms up again. that subtropical moisture in the south kind of mellows out a little bit as we get into the end of the week. fire danger comes up and air quality takes a bit of a hit at that time. there's your five day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. you can look for general cooling as we go into the next couple of days. >> and the weekend looks good. >> it looks good. >> thanks bill. it turns out an old computer is worth less than expected everyone if it is an apple original. the apple i was expected to go for half a million dollars. it's estimated there are fewer than 50 apple 1s still around. only 200 were made back in 1976
and at that time they sold for $666.66. and be ready to see a lot of yellow with the gray and teal at the sap center. the software giant bought the naming rights. yellow is the company color. let's go from hockey to baseball. joe is in tonight. >> it's that time of the year in baseball that you can talk about the team that has that look and teams that don't. put the a's under the category of teams that do. they trailed the pirates 1-0. moth gets into a garrett pitch and that's what happens when things are going good.
number 16 on the year for moss. dan straley a little better. struck out seven pirates and allowing two hits. high scoring games, low scoring ones the a's are just getting it done. they win 2-1 they stay in first place over the rangers who are also winners tonight. the giants also have a look right now but unfortunately theirs is just about the opposite of the a's. giants got a little shot of life tonight against the match from a brand new call up. andrew brown hits one high and deep to left. game remained scoreless until the giants got something going in their half of the inning. brandon belt comes in hard. the game went back and forth until the eighth. it was 5-5 when that inning started. 10-5 by the time it was over after the mets had broken the tie. brandon byrd hit the first pitch he saw.
one need the warriors knew they needed to address is a back up. they've done just that with the veteran germane o'neil. the warriors have reported signed o'neil to a one year contract. he's a veteran of 17nba seasons. they also agreed to sign guard tony douglas. and you can say the u.s. team and specifically east bay product chris ondeloski made quite an impression. all he did was score a hat trick as the u.s. guard started against belize. the u.s. 1-0 in group c will next play cuba in sandy utah. >> happen trick. wow. >> thank you, joe.
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