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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> now at 11:00, a giant sinkhole swallowed a busy san francisco street. a family in an suv was caught in the middle and tonight they are talking about their ordeal only a abc7 news. thank you for joining us. i'm ama daetz. >> i'm dan ashley. it was wild and it happened on new montgomery and mission street in san francisco's south of market neighborhood. >> part of mission street is still closed. indicate -- katie is live at the scene with the new detail >> reporter: ama and dan, it was chaos out here. rush hour traffic forced around the large sinkhole that opened up. take a look at the scene right now. the street is still closed and it will remain closed at least
through tomorrow. an uber driver at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> you have to go downright away. i don't though what happened. >> the passengers didn't know either. >> we thought it was a flat tire and we saw these people clicking the radios. the cops came and they said don't move. >> the family visiting from los angeles didn't know how much danger they were in until they were safely out of the suv. >> it was terrifying. we felt it rould completely go down. >> it was so shocking to see that big, big hole there. >> the family had no choice but to shake it off and find another way to the airport to catch their flight home. passerses by had to stop and stair. she captured this video of the suv being called to solid ground. >> we were fascinating and interested in pulling the car out. >> you don't see it. oh my god.
the city is opening. >> a broken sewer line caused the sinkhole. a brick sewer main from 1875 and it will take a day or two to repair it. >> they will clean it up and attach new pipe and make the street whole again and put it back into service. >> the puc says sewer service is not disrupted. abc7 news. >> and a reminder when you see news that happens where you live share it with us with the # abc7 news. right now a boat remains stuck in san francisco bay near redwood city. the people on board had to be rescued. abc7 news was there as they were brought to shore unhurt. authorities have not said how they got stuck. rescuerses had to bring in a boat -- rescuerses had to bring in a boat small enough and it will have to be freed later. new video tonight. abc7 news was in san jose as firefighters responded to a house fire. two firefighters needed medical attention.
one from minor burns and the other from heat exhaustion. a family pet did die in the flames. the family is staying with relatives tonight. and developing news from the south bay. a santa clara county deputy is in jail. as lisa amin uh --ly lyanne melz >> as lisa amin gulezian explains more. >> he was originally booked into the same jail where he works as a correctional deputy. detectives arrest eddie yes last night at his santa clara home. >> please don't say anything. not even good morning john or anything. you don't say nothing. >> diaz moved in a year ago and lived here with his 8-year-old son. sources tell me the victim was also eight years old when diaz molested her in the spring of 2012. the girl's mother was tipped off when the victim asked are
adults allowed to kiss me on the lips. >> it made me physically ill. >> his home is kitty corner to an elementary school. neighbors admit they were glad diaz moved in. >> you think of somebody you can run to when something like that happened and instead he is doing it which is completely not -- it doesn't make you feel right. >> the santa clara county sheriff released this statement saying, quote, the allegations are deeply disturbing. if they are true this correctional deputy did not meet the standards of our office and he must beheld accountable for his action. de credits is being held without bail. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. more developing news now. a stabbing ram pain near boston boston -- rampage near boston ended when deputies shot and killed the suspect. the man was involved in a car accident and then tried to break into nearby homes. he forced his way into one house and stabbed a mother and daughter and then stole another car and crashed it into a mall and then stabbed four more people. two of the victims died. an off duty deputy killed the
attacker. his motive is obviously still unknown at this point. some rent relief for people in san jose. the city voted to implement a new rent increase cap. some hoped it would be effective immediately. it covers 44,000 apartments city wide under represent control. under rent control. >> donald trump claims two more states tonight. >> west virginia and nebraska. >> on the democratic side bernie sanders won west virginia. >> sanders started in the bay area. he thanked volunteers for their hard work. he said he knows the odds are stacked against him, but he is willing to fight. >> nobody thought we would be fighting here and standing a chance to win in california. an uphill fight is not something that gets me
nervous. that's what i have been doing from day one. >> later in san francisco he dropped by to push for support from the newspaper's editorial board. sanders challenged hillary clinton to a debate. clinton's campaign didn't respond. how sweet it is tonight for the warriors' superstar steph curry named the nba's most available player. >> this time it was a history making unanimous vote. >> it is my honor to give testify ven curry the kia most available player of the year award. >> cornell bernard is in the newsroom and steph isn't even the highest paid player on the team. >> steph curry's star is on the rise again. >> left wide open! right
between the eyes. >> steph curry's come back was a jaw dropper. it is the stuff of ledge ends. >> when he started to connect and hit the three p -- it went back. >> they were in such awe they bought curry jerseys today. curry seemed humbled to win the mvp award again this year and this time it was oh so special. >> to be the first unanimous mvp award winner is something that i put in words. >> reporter: he lead them to 73 winds scoring 30 points per game, the first player to make 403 pointers in the first season. not bad it is the fifth and they are in the million dollar range. >> the sports market cking professor michael goldman says
the mvp gear is already for sale on-line. he is already the face of under armor. apple and muscle milk and brita water filters with more deals on the way. 1kwr50*eu let's win a championship -- >> let's win a championship. >> reporter: they are beaming with pride. >> i am proud to be a warriors fan. >> reporter: cornell bernard, abc7 news. still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, new developments in the prince death investigation. a just released search warrant is revealing who the pop superstar saw hours before his death. >> and michael finney tests the freshness and safety of food that is long past the best by date. >> and yes curry had a a big moment, but riley stole the
show today. >> i am abc news meteorologist sandhya patel. when the summer-like warmth will be showing up. and first here is a look at what is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live." >> thanks, dan and ama. >> to me it sounds like the most fun thing to do with your money. you bought your hometown rugby team. >> if the opportunity ever comes up for you, just don't ever do it.
into his death. you can see nearly a dozen at the singer's estate. prince saw a doctor the day before he died. the same minnesota doctor had previously written prescriptions for prince. >> this is a surprising figure. the average family spends 2200 dollars on food they never will eat. >> they put it on the best by dates on the packages. >> 7 on your side's michael finney is here. a state lawmaker is trying to stop the waste. >> it is weast. it is waste. best before, use by, sell by, freshest before, none are required by federal law. the state uh assemblyman wants two label, one for freshness and one for safety. he says most food is safe even if it is sold. is old food really okay though? you buy perfectly good food here and pay perfectly good money for it. but did you know one out of four bags you take home will
wind up here? >> we are in a throw away culture. >> mary risley founded food runners who collects food before it is dumped and given it to needy. >> all of this stuff is expired. does that mean it is inedible? >> if you were hungry you would eat it. >> what if we really did eat it? >> we are doing an experiment here. >> we found a can of mushroom soup that went past its best by date three years ago. a brownie mix supposed to be used by 2012. eggs that are 10 days past expiration. we bought the same products brand-new and then cooked them side by side. >> old soup. new soup. >> we stir up each can and pour a nice wine. shelly lindgren try to guess which is which. >> i am going left. >> they both decide the soup on the left side mug is better. >> ladies and gentlemen, the
one on the left is the older one. >> they preferred the soup that passed the best by date three years ago. >> i would have thrown it away because i have kid and i worry. >> which is exactly what the assemblyman hopes to change. >> an incredible amount of food is being thrown out because of confusing date labels. >> he chose a bill to simplify dates. best by would indicate freshness and expires on tells you it is unsafe after that date. only a few types of food will make you sick when they expire like shellfish, some deli meats and certain cheeses. >> the label they see on products might be unnecessarily scaring consumers into throwing out products they don't need to. >> we try the other old food. >> if you have old brownie mix in your cupboard, stand by. >> she makes the old brownie and mary makes the new one. >> we are adding fresh eggs to this. >> they guess which has the
old and which has the new. shelly thought the brownies on the left were better. turns out those were the new ones. shelly preferred the brownies that expired four years ago. >> i guess i like old food better. >> what about perishable? they cooked the old with the new. >> they are both good. >> mary, what time is breakfast tomorrow? >> they can't tell the difference and nobody got sick. mary says we throw out dairy way too soon. we try milk that expired four years ago. >> it is definitely not bad. >> i ask her how can you really tell what is good or bad? >> smell it. if it smells, throw it out. that should be your key and not the date. >> because of the legislation industry groups agreed to draft a new standard for dating that could be applied nationwide. it should be ready this month. the bill is on hold until then. if you have questions
about how long you can keep other foods in your kitchen go to our website at abc7news.com and click on seven on your side. i have a lot of great information. >> most foods are owe -- are okay. >> not the stuff in the deri case. most packaged foods, a long, longtime. let's turn our attention to a spectacular forecast. >> sandhya patel has the details. >> we will get a summer preview over the next few days, dan and ama. looking at live doppler 7hd, right now the coast is socked in. it is foggy and visibility is down to four miles in half moon bay as the fog will be with us. looking at the east bay hillses camera it is setting at 8:09 and the marine layer was not advancing very far and that was because it is ompressed. it is a sign of the warming to come. that's why it is thick in spots for the morning commute. it is 50s and antioch is
still close to 70 degrees. here is a live look at emeryville camera. for your morning commute you will see the foggy areas and it will be dense in patches. warming trend through thursday. here is a look at the fog forecast. it fills into the bayside communities, but it doesn't get into the valleys like it did last night. we are expecting earlier burnoff and at 11:00 a.m. the sun is out and the temperature will respond. take a look at what it will look like tomorrow morning. it will be foggy around the coast and the bay. upper 40s to the mi you will need to account for a little extra time and make sure you have your sunscreen and shades. 80 -- 81 in gilroy and 70 in santa cruz and 79 santa clara. loss -- 77 in redwood city. mid70s, 64 degrees in half
moon bay. we will hang on to fog in daly city. 64 degree. downtown san francisco 69. sunset district mid60s. there is a variety of temperatures to place everyone. 80 in santa rosa. 76 in san rafael and also in vallejo in the east bay and hayward and newark, 75 oakland and inland spots you will be on the warm side. 85 in fairfield. livermore 84 and san ramon and walnut creek, 81 degree. today's highs are in the mid50s. we'll bump you up. you can see a little more sun as opposed to a solid fog layer. the accu-weather seven-day forecast shows uh 22-degree spread between the coast and inland. it is beginning to look like we are heading toward their summer microclimates. near 90 inland. the temperatures do start to go down as we get closer to the workweek. for the weekend, more cloud cover. no rain and low 60s to the
steph curry's daughter, riley made a splash in her appearance. while dad was ago ept ising the the -- ago -- accepting the mvp trophy she lead him know she -- she let him know she is watching him. i like that she is back and forth. i don't know which way. >> that's the key. >> you better vote for my dad or you are in trouble. >> what a fun day that was.
abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> warriors star steph curry added to his season by becoming the first unanimous mvp award winner. it was quite a scene this afternoon at oracle as curry was presented his trophy. while leading the league in scoring he got golden state to an nba record, 73-9. there is his daughter, riley. she nearly stole the spotlight. curry is the first guard to win the award two straight seasons since steve nash a decade ago. the former santa clara star
was there with his teammates. he said achieving something no player has done before makes it extra special. >> to be the first unanimous mvp award winner is something i don't even know how to put into words. guys have been thanking me all day and i don't know what to say. it is a huge honor and something i will obviously remember for the rest of my life. to have that special attachment is special so thank you for voting for me. >> tied at two the thunder and spurs squared off for game five in san antonio. kawhi leonard with the one-hand slam. he lead the spurs with 26. after a 9-0 run gives oklahoma city the lead, tony parker ties it up with a minute and a half let. the thunder would not be denied. with nine seconds to play russell westbrook with the foul.
okc 95-91 and the thunder can wrap up series on thursday at home. after a shaky start to the season matt cain had his best outing of the year, but would it be enough to beat toronto? he lines a shot toward this young fan. she was hit in the arm, but she says she is okay. a tough gal. cain came into the contest and pitched well, but did make this mistake in the second inning. tulowitzki gives them a win. two hits and three r.b.i. cain struck out seven and started an inning ending double play. down 4-0 and the giants loaded the bases in the 9th, but he strikes out jarod parker to end the contest. 4-0 was the final. it is the second time in three games san francisco has been shut out. the a's are also struggling. today at fenway the promising rookie had a game to forget. the first batter he faced
takes him deep to left for a quick 1-0 lead. it would only get worse. ramirez gets all of this pitch. he gave up eight runs in nine innings. oakland has lost eight of the last nine. this abc7 sports report has been brought to you by riverwalk casino. we'll see what happens tomorrow. hopefully they'l