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investigation is under way, and we are learning more about the frightened wake-up call for one oakland neighborhood. good morning to you and thank you for joining us for the mid-day broadcast, i'm marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia, and one man is dade aftead after a flames t through the home. and bob, you spoke to the people who escaped from the home? >> yes, we did in the last couple of hours, laura and marcus. they said they could not believe how fast this fire moved through the house on malta drive and
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malta court. if you are not familiar, we are on the oakland border with san leandro, and one of their friends did not make it out alive. >> the fire just hit. i ran back out of the house, and i felt the heat on my face. >> that is one of the men who made it out. this is a two-alarm fire that started around 4:30 this morning, and six people who lived in the house. two of the residents said they believe that it started in a wall heater located in the front room. the paint and the cleaning supplies propelled the flames to quickly race up the walls and the ceiling and their friend billy in the late 60s and early 70s sat down in the living room chair for a quick nap before having to get up as a maintenance man here in oakland and they heard him wake up when the fire started and they saw him stand up in the thick white smoke and the toxic fumes s we too much. >> and he stood up and
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collapsed, because it was too thick. >> yeah. >> and the blaze, the blaze was so fast that it burnt him. >> it is upsetting, because you hate to lose anybody anyway, but something so drastic that you were a part of it, you keep trying to replay like if things could have been done differently and what if. >> reporter: there were five people who made it out nelly, who you heard of the other man, and they rescued the homeowner by breaking the bars of the outside bedroom window and pulled him out. he is in the 70s and in the hospital being treated for smoke inhalation, and everyone else out on their own, and take a picture out here live, this is to the left of the house that caught fire and to the right. you can see how close the home to the right is, and it suffered some roof damage, but the fact that house didn't burn down shows you how well a job that oakland fire department did in keeping this house fire
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contained priorly to this resident. reporting live in oakland, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> yes, you can see how strong that smoke is. than you, bob. >> happening now in the east bay, a high school student, and planning to walk out in response to the school district's handing of a sexual assault case. >> the bay area reporter pete suratos is joining us now with a report of how this all started. >> yes, it is sparked after a lawsuit that was brought after their handling of a sexual assault case in 2019. there is a walk-out taking place here, and we have sty out here, because that is where it is taking place and having speeches and the students are calling for a change when it comes to the policies around how the school handles sexual assault. now, i did mention that it is sparked by a lawsuit against the unified school district.
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according to the paperwork, she alleges that a classmate sexually assaulted her in 2019 and pulling her into a classroom and groping her before she was able to get away. this is talking about other sexual assault cases involving other girls at the school. she claims that not enough was done the ensure her safety. i did talk to the superintendent who said that the incident was reported to berkeley pd, but it is unclear what happened after there. he said that a majority to incidents happened off campus. after word of the lawsuit got out, we are showing you the images of those alleged assaulters on the girl's bathroom wall with the message in the wall saying stay safe ladies, and that has been scrubbed, but of course, it is adding to the tensions on campus, waez aas we take you ba
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live in the courtroom area, and there is a sit-in, and there is a march as well to have their voices heard. reporting live, pete suratos, bay area news. >> thank you, pete. happening now, in some bay area neighborhoods, strong winds that took down trees and knocked out the power. this is video out of castro valley. a massive tree knocked down power lines in higher and forest avenues and still people in that area without power this morning. in san francisco, somebody left their window open on the 44th window of the millennium tower and that is when the glass went crashing down, and people arrived to find the area closed. >> they had police with the bikes saying that everything is closed off and roped off anded starbucks was closed. >> and this is also causing
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havoc as sfo planes were rerouted over 101 and some to san jose where we saw the planes wobbling as they were attempting to land or take off. a handful of pilots had to abort initial landings for so-called go around just to try again. >> and all of that caused by the strong winds in the bay area. >> and can you imagine being on the plane at the time when it is wobbling. >> no, that is scary position to be in. >> absolutely. so the winds are dying down a little bit, but we have high wind gusts up to 87 miles per hour, and mount st. helena, and the santa cruz mountains and 75 in mount diablo, and so the winds are rocking and bringing down trees, but this is maybe nothing compared to what the national weather service measured in kirkwood at 209 miles per hour, and a lot of questions beside it, because this may be an error, and if it is true, it is going to beat the old record for california's high
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wind of up to 199 miles per hour. we will see if that is actually going to be a record, but we are seeing still some wind advisories in effect for the hills and the north bay and this is going to continue through tomorrow morning, and we could still see some wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour today but starting to calm down especially in the valleys. we will talk about this and what is ahead for the rest of the week coming up in the full microclimate forecast. >> we look forward to it, kari. >> the alameda county deputies are revealing more details of a shooting in hayward. it happened around 10:30 outside of a home in medford avenue. one man pulled out a gun and both men were shot in the struggle. neither injury is said to be life-threatening. in san jose, interruption to the light rail train after a train struck a pedestrian and killed a person. this happened around 5:45 this
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morning at curtner and tamien. and no time frame of when they will be resuming. but rail service is returning to curtner and tamien. the sheriff's office is investigating the crash. and today, another bay area city is taking debates over the pg&e power shut off last year, and talk about pg and e's reliability, and also turning it into a public utility. >> and now, all democratic candidates are focusing on new hampshire. >> that is right. they not taking anything for granted in the granite street. >> while the president trump will sail through on the
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republican side, the democrats are harder to figuret. this is joe biden with video of him campaigning in guilford, new hampshire, and biden did poorly in iowa and he needs a strong showing in iowa. we have to be careful to pick winners and losers one state in, and ted cruz is beating donald trump at this point in 2016, and a lot of the attention is turning to sanders and buttigieg. you can see them as guests on "meet the press." sanders may have the edge tomorrow in new hampshire, simply because it is his neighborhood. he is from vermont next door. president trump is going to hold a rally in new hampshire tonight, and crowds have already started to lineup. right now the president is meeting with the governors talking about the coronavirus. >> in the month of april, the meet generally speaking kills this kind of virus, but so that is a good thing, but we are in great shape in our country. we have 11.
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the 11 are getting better. >> there is some evidence that viruses can be seasonal, but we are not sure, marcus, if that is the case with coronavirus. >> scott, we are stay on top of any new coronavirus developments. dozens of people aboard a cruise ship are now infected and what those passengers are asked to do. >> and now for one super commuter and how far one man goes every single day to make it in the bay. coming up after "nbc bay area news at 11:00" "california live" followed by "access daily" and then "days of our lives" at 1:00. tom: my mom always told me
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welcome back to you, and now to development of the deadly coronavirus outbreak. starting today, the santa clara county advisers are meeting to declare the county a outbreak
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area. >> and there is no confirmation yet of the people on the test results, but now dead in china is slightly more than 900 and more than the number of people in the sars outbreak almost 20 years ago. at least 40,000ed a ki ed addit people in china are affected. a cruise line is announcing that a dozen more are infected aboard their ships, and now more on those people on the boat and the people under quarantine. >> reporter: overnight, the number of people on the diamond princess with the coronaviruss are doubling. >> we are not safe on this ship, and we need to be evacuated while some of us are still healthy. >> reporter: not everyone on board has been tested. >> the only test that we have received has been one thermometer check a week ago for 30 seconds. >> reporter: 75-year-old gay porter says that passengers are asked to take their own temperature three or four times
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a day. and now, rebecca frazier in the hospital for the third day said she did not show any symptoms before testing positive. >> they tested me and said that i had a little bit of temperature when i got here, but that is gone. >> reporter: the first american death is a 60-year-old in wuhan, and today, a huge test in china's biggest cities deserted for the last few weeks and many back to work after the extended lunar knew year. and now, a mandated quarantine for those who have left the mainland, but those on the diamond princess being kwarn e quarantined is not happening. >> and our government needs to step up, and time to come fort us now. >> reporter: and now they say do not pay attention to the numbers, because they ebb and flow and maybe we have not seen the peak of it yet. molly hunter in hong kong. today in san francisco, a
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memorial service is taking place for three members of the helicopter crash that killed nba star kobe bryant. among the nine people who died in calabasas and a me noirl mor going take place in angel following a memorial in the hometown of newport beach. the santa clara health department is hosting a vaping workshop to educate people that vaping illnesses have sickened thousands of people and killed dozens. and now, people are become super commuters and that is people who drive a long distance, because they cannot afford to live close to work. bob redell has more.
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>> reporter: three acres of land. 2400 square feet of living space. >> there we go. >> reporter: including a decent-sized kitchen. and for this silicon valley hairdresser, this is tdream com true. >> it is the best thing i have done, but it is also hard. >> reporter: and it comes with a big price tag. >> lock the door. >> reporter: that is measured with hours on the road. this morning he has to leave at 6:15 or he would not make the 8:30 appointment in campbell. he lives here and the house is way down here in soledad, 90 miles and two hours and 15 minutes away. you think that your commute is bad. >> it is a choice that we made to have a better life. but, you know, facing the
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consequences of traffic and thinking about it, yeah, it is a little rough. but i do time it. for me, it is a kind of worth it. >> reporter: his radio is the co-pilot and a canister of tea is the fuel, and his clientele is his motivation to commute 180 miles a day five days a week. >> the clientele, yes. the money, no. yeah, you could do it here, but you will make half of what you are making. >> my work is my sanctuary. it is -- i like doing what i am doing. >> reporter: that is not to say that fermin does not regret buying a home in the south bay when it was more affordable. >> back when i had a second chance maybe. >> reporter: today, he is 15 minutes early, and the traffic was lighter than usual. his commute this time around only two hours.
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>> i will walk in and say good morning, and lot of my co-workers are saying, are you crazy. i can't believe you walk in with a smile, still, after all of the traffic. that's life. that is how it is. >> bob redell reporting there. so if you want to take a look at all of the stories in the special series of missed the bay area housing crunch, just go to bayarea.com/making it in the bay. and b.a.r.t. is making changes to help you get on the road earlier. the changes will affect every commuter to some extent and starting today, expect the earlier weekday service, and increased peak service in conco concord, and it will be labeled in concord as well. and expect later service from the spring station. and today, ten b.a.r.t. ambassadors wearing distinct
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uniforms will walk the trains in teams of two, and they are not officers so they won't have weapons, but the six-month pilot program is going to cost more than $600,000. do you know anybody waiting for public transit outside today had to do with a lot of the wind today. >> yes, it is breezy, but we have the beautiful views, and we have sunshine and it is not too cold out there either. we are starting to warm up, and here is a live look from san francisco. that is gorgeous and i love it. so if you are ready to head out to lunch, grab the sunglasses and maybe even leave the jacket at the office, because we are going to have more sunshine and the temperature is warming up, and in a lot of spots heading into the upper 60s in dublin and we are going to be at 69 degrees at #:00 3:00 today, and slow con and the winds are calmer in the valleys and still gusty in the hills and here we are hour by hour, and wind speed forecast,
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and the clear lake napa and vacaville, and the wind speeds are 25 miles per hour plus as we go into the afternoon. still breezy elsewhere, and 10 to 20 miles per hour, and the going into tonight, we start to see the wind gradually calming down, and when we see the wind advisory for the north bay expiring by tomorrow morning. but in the meantime, we are still dealing with the high winds in a few spot, and the temperatures are rising into santa rosa, and in fact, already there, and upper 60s in oakland and livermore and san francisco is reaching ining 65 degrees an above normal temperatures, and we are going up and around the curve of the clouds over the high pressure and over the bay area, and low pressure close by, it is causing the winds to move. as we go through the rest of the week, it is still dry here, and we have had a dry start to
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february, and a dry start to the year in fact. so it has been several weeks since we have had a decent amount of rain, and all of the rain chances are going to stay north of us going into much of the week. now, there is a slight chance of rain by the end of the weekend, but it looks like that rain stays to the north and a lot of it is drying up before it gets here, but the best chance that we have seen in quite a while is going to be saturday night into sunday morning, but not a whole lot going on in this forecast. so as we are check out the seven-day, in the upper 60s today and again tomorrow, it is looking good along withm some calmer winds, and nicer day for getting outside, and wednesday, we are keeping the warmer weather through the end of the week, and coming down a few degrees and still comfortable, and still above normal, and once again, we will be watching out for the chance of rain between saturday night, and early sunday morning, and san francisco is dealing with the above normal temperatures and a lot of sunshine through the seven-day
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forecast and we are lacking several inches of rain across the bay area, and it is looking like the abnormally dry weather is into the weekend and moss bli n -- possibly next weekend. >> we could use the rain and the snow. >> and coming up, we will have the cutest video you have ever seen. this is a texas toddler channeling her inner elsa. ♪ the cold never bothered her anyway ♪ >> i love that age. >> and the u.s. capital with the $4.8 trillion plan was delivered to the house budget committee which includes proposed cuts to food stamps, and farm subsidies and student aid loan, and also boosts military funding and it does not touch medicare or social security benefits and
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right now the democrats hold the house, so the plan in its current form does not have a chance of passing. we will be back after more. today on "california live" we are going to debbie allen's private dance school. that is all happening on "california live." obama: he's been a leader
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breakfast at my house over the weekend. >> we had a rather eggscelent breakfast and this is what i cooked up for my kids. they are 10, and we will see how long they put up with my antics. >> that is nice. like it.
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>> you can come over any time. i have plates for all. >> i need more egg faces. >> and this is me on twitter and instagra instagram. i love to be a mom and do stuff like that. and then it started at the academy award and then something happened that had never happened before, a foreign film to win. >> "parasite." >> we are so happy. >> and not only make history, but it took home three additional oscars including best director, and international film and original screen play, and politics made appearances such as when brad pit won best supporting actor for "once upon a time in hollywood." >> they told me i had 45 seconds up here, and that is 45 more than the senate gave john bolton this week. and he suz owas one of the to win, and joaquin phoenix won
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best actor for "the joker." and renay zellweger won for her portrayal of "judy." and 2-year-old madeleine had not seen snow before and when she did, she followed the footsteps of the disney character. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go >> she had it down. no doubt, she has watched it several times, and the video of madeleine went viral on facebook almost immediately, and that video has 500,000 views. >> all of her life she has waited for that moment. >> shek rod rocked it. >> and then she was running in because it is too cold. >> cold on the little feet. >> and enjoying the sunshine and warm weather here, and upper 60s for much of the week and slight chance of rain and slight for
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saturday morning, and that is it. >> we need it. >> we need the rain at this point. >> we do. we will keep our eyes on that. and the next newscast comes up at 5:00. >> we will see you back here tomorrow morning. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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right now on "california live," top of the morning for you. and kim is taking us to the ultimate brittany experience. >> we are at britney spears' the zone, and we are about to britney out from high school to mars. and malou is whipping up something special in the bay. >> we will give you a healthy start to the new year with our chef marissa. >> and we will go to the debbie allen dance academy. >> yes, i'm here with the debbie allen dance academy. show me the moves, guys. >> and we have a free show, but al

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