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live from the cbs bay area studios this is kpix5 news. >> oh, no. >> oh, my god! >> incredible new video tonight caught in a massive mudslide with no way out as cars turn into boats. and that could just be a preview of what el nino could bring. >> tonight they are still digging hundreds of cars and trucks out of deep mud north of los angeles, heavy downpours setting off flash floods that turned a freeway into a terrifying game of bumper cars. reporter mimi alcala talked to up with passenger who had taken on the ride of her life. >> reporter: she was on her way home from mojave to
tehahchopee with two co-workers and soon enough the car she was a passenger in lifted off the ground. >> oh, my god. this car is going to hit us. oh, my god! oh! >> we're floating! we're floating! >> and then we just started floating and banging into cars. >> reporter: eklund said the worst thoughts were running through her mind as she continues to record. >> we're in trouble now. >> we're going to hit, we're going to hit! >> reporter: unsure what was going to happen next as cars turned into boats. >> oh, my god. if we stay here, we're never getting out. >> yeah. we were bouncing off other cars and i was not sure whether we were going to make it out of there. it looked like there were cars going to float over the wall. he's going to go over the edge. >> reporter: once the rain finally came to a stop eklund and the two women in the car with her crawled through the windows. >> i think we're safer in the car. >> and then we walked out of
there. it took us hours to walk out of there. >> oh, my god. that same mudflow. >> then there's this cell phone video that captures a man pulling his girl friend to safety from that same mud floe. he said they climbed out of their cars. the water began to rise, but getting to safety through the slippery mud was a struggle. fortunately they both made it. a live look at kpix5 doppler radar for us tonight, we could see showers in the bay area tomorrow. be with we'll have all the details coming -- we'll have all the details coming up. patients are returning back to a care center in burlingame after being relocated to nearby medical facilities after a maul electrical fire this morning. the fire knocked -- small electrical fire this morning. the fire knocked out power disabling small medical equipment. power man restored tonight. the evacuation took hours as
patients were placed on ambulances or on buses. >> we have a lot of resources out here. it's just an example how well our system works in getting those resources out here quickly not only in our own county but help from san francisco county as well. >> the fire started in a kitchen. 23 patients returned tonight. the others will return over the weekend. a san francisco-based social network aimed at connecting neighbors is dealing with complaints of racial profiling. sharon chin on the ceo's response tonight. >> reporter: people are on alert in fremont's ardenwood neighborhood following reports of 19 robberies in the last month. >> there have been robberies around night and there have been a lot of car robberies of. >> reporter: some spread the word using the next-door app where neighbors message other neighbors in adage stall version of the neighborhood watch, but a word -- a digital version of the neighborhood watch, but a word of caution from the ceo's app who said racial profiling is explicitly prohibited in our member
guidelines. the ceo responded to complaints some of the app's users were profiling innocent people like this post for an african american with dreadlocks driving a soft top pontiac. >> or those postings like black male making a u-turn. >> reporter: neighbors for racial justice will ask next- door ceo to consider adding a form on the app to help reduce racial profiling. >> and in this form you can check what was suspicious and we'll have option like someone was going up and down driveways, someone was pulling door handles of. >> reporter: next-door says it will remind users not to engage in racial profiling and add training on conflict resolution. neighbors tell us they try to be sensitive when posting messages. >> everybody understands like this is open world. everybody should be friendly to everybody. >> reporter: and here in ardenwood some neighbors say they would welcome any addition to the app that would help them make their area safer. in fremont sharon chin, kpix5. >> the ceo of next-door and the
oakland group neighbors torrential justice are scheduled to meet -- for racial justice are scheduled to meet at the end of the month. just two hours ago andria borba was there at the final boarding call for u.s. airways. >> reporter: that flight took off about an hour ago bound for philadelphia. people showed up here at san francisco international just to take that final flight of u.s. airways. ter ed colodny, former ceo of u-s airways was g treatment from it's the boarding gate of your dreams with music, balloons, cake and guys in funny hats inside terminal 2 at san francisco international, but it's all for the end of an era. tory, it's not en non- emplo >> all u.s. airways flights tomorrow will become american airlines. >> reporter: the merge enbetween u.s. airways and american airlines -- merger between u.s. airways and american airlines becomes a reality after flight 1939, the
year u.s. airways began, will land in philadelphia. this man wanted one last picture with the boss before their company vanishes. there are 187 people taking the final flight from the city by the bay to the city of brotherly love. the waiting list to buckle up on the airbus plane was over 1,000 people long. >> airlines pass into history is not a frequent occurrence. >> reporter: even nonemployees wanted in on the moment like 13- year-old ethan heloft from chapel hill, north carolina. he and his mom took every leg of the flight today before walking down the jetway to flight 1939 and eventually philly. >> it's not necessarily that u.s. airways is my favorite airline. it's more about being part of history. >> reporter: now once that flight lands in philadelphia with the stroke of a keyboard the u.s. airways website will
disappear from the internet permanently and as for signs across the country, those are pulled down as we speak. live at sfo andria borba, kpix5. a rather unholy crime tonight. who would cut off the head of a california saint? kpix5's devin fehely says that's what police on the central coast are trying to figure out. the 10-foot tall statue of saint junipero serra overlooking monterey harbor has lost its head. >> i was greatly saddened. >> dennis copeland, a historian for the city of monterey, says the sculpture has been in the lower presidio of the park since 1861. >> it depicts the father serra arriving and this statue depicts a history of monterey and early california. >> but yesterday morning the statue was found decapitated and this isn't the first time that serra has been targeted. last month at the carmel mission a statue of father serra was torn down and
splattered with green paint just days after pope francis made him a saint. serra has been targeted by some native american groups who criticize his treatment of their ancestors. still historians say the statue is an important piece of public art and hope that it can be fixed. >> what we have to do is go on, repair the somewhat stew and tell the story of it and have people -- statue and tell the story of it and have people enjoy this wonderful park. >> police right now have no pleads or witnesses and -- leads or witnesses and don't know exactly what the vandalism occurred. governor brown is giving up his rental loft for his downtown historic governor's mansion in sacramento. brown allocated $2.5 million for renovations last year, move- in date sometime late this year or early next year. campaign 2016, will he or won't he? tonight the biden camp tells supporters be prepared. the vice president, like
ev es their own >> you can direct those questions to my very able vice president. >> today president obama dodged the question that everyone has been asking. >> i think that the vice president like every other candidate makes their own decisions about these issues. >> anxious supporters are wondering if biden's window is closing. last night long time biden confidante former senator ted kaufman sent an e-mail to a list of former staffers telling them to hold tight. kaufman wrote if he runs a biden campaign would be optimistic and won't be scripted. everything he and the president have worked for and care about is at stake if he runs. >> have you made your decision yet? >> i can't hear you. >> the vice president has been playing it coy, but the letter is meant to push back against suggestions that hillary clinton's strong debate performance could discourage him. >> this is about bringing our country together again.
>> a new poll in new hampshire shows clinton with a post debate bump now with a slight lead over bernie sanders for the first time since july. biden lags far behind and nearly half the democrats say he should not run. a decision could come in the next few days, but, of course, the vice president has blown past self-imposed deadlines before. the guy who owns this property is one of the biggest water wasters in the bay area. tonight how he explains using almost 12,000 gallons a day. >> former nba star lamar odom out of a coma tonight after collapsing at a brothel, the first thing he said to ex-wife khloe kardashian when he woke up. >> flooding to our south, new rainfall moving into our north, rain in your backyard this weekend. when and how much coming up. >> a haunted house so scary you have to sign a waiver just to enter, our reporter betty yu only lasted two minutes. we'll take you inside next.
day.. while we're in a drou? that's what our da lin askee of the bay area wasters tonight. just how do you justify using thousands of gallons of water a day when we're in a drought? that's what our da lin asked one of the bay area's biggest water wasters tonight. >> reporter: looking at this man's yard you wouldn't guess he's the fourth biggest water user serviced by east bay mud. >> my reaction was complete shock to my $4,000 water bill. >> reporter: his water bill is typically a couple hundred bucks. he blames a broken pipe for wasting water and putting him on the infamous list of water wasters. >> it was coming up out here and all muddy and bubbling up
when we noticed it there. >> reporter: the biggest water wasters live on big properties on private roads and behind gates. we sent chopper 5 to show you the biggest offend earn. a retired oil executive lives -- offender. a retired oil executive lives at this east bay mansion. he sucks up 12,000 gallons a day. the average family uses 250 gallons a day. he's got a pool and a vineyard. >> it's obscene. >> reporter: in the neighboring city of alamo it's not hard to spot east bay mud's second biggest water waster. a venture capitalist lives here. east bay mud says he uses more than 8,000 gallons a day. >> that's astronomical. i'd love to talk to him and say what are you using this for? >> reporter: the third biggest water user is billy beane of the oakland a's. he also lives in danville. he uses about 6,000 gallons a day. a pool detection and repair team went to his house today. we don't know what they found.
>> shutting off the water is also something that is possible. we could do that as well, again, not something we want to do. >> reporter: just to give you perspective, 12,000 gallons can service 50 families a day. in danville i'm da lynn, kpix5. >> the -- da lin, kpix5. >> the no. 1 water waste are tells the mercury news -- waster tells the mercury news he also had a leaky water line that needed fixed. well, this sinkhole just keeps growing and growing and growing of tonight it is about 55 feet across and 10 feet deep. crews are working around the clock to repair the road and figure out what caused it to collapse in the first place. part of alvarado boulevard is closed. if repairs are supposed to be fin -- repairs are supposed to be done early next week. raw milk is being recalled affected pasture's dairy brand dated october 24th.
. former nba champ lamar odom is out of a coma tonight after collapsing at a nevada brothel. when lamar opened his eyes, ex- wife khloe kardashian was there and he had a message for her. >> reporter: tonight kris jenner posted this on instagram, a bible verse that reads therefore i say to you whatever things you ask when you pray believe that you receive them and you will have them. the post come as good news emerges from odom's hospital bedside. daniel article test, brother of laker metta world peace, has been at the hospital posting this update. yes, lo is alert, stable, did a little talking, breathing on his own. today is a great day. prayer works. a men. >> lamar is not out of the wood. however, he's not in a coma which is good news. there was a moment he regained consciousen and pulled the tube out of -- consciousness and
pulled the tube out of his mouth and said hi, baby, to khloe. >> reporter: odom appears to stand up and kiss a woman in this video. you can also see the moment paramedics arrive to whisk him away. if the former lakers star can pull through this, his college basketball coach said he'll have a huge support system. >> i know khloe will help him and i'll help him and he would got a lot of friends and family who love the guy. he can do anything. he can live with me if he wants to. however, he must want to help himself. i've always said if it is to be, it's up to me and it's up to lamar. if he wants to be helped, if he wants to take the right path, then he'll have all the support in the world. >> tom waite reporting. lamar odom reportedly spent 75 grand on his weekend binge in that brothel. in san jose tonight the winless leland high school chargers got a pregame visit from former 49ers tight end and
three time super bowl champ brent jones. the leland grad delivered a former football to his coach and a bit of advice to the players. >> when i played my senior year, i was playing wide receiver. i didn't think i'd ever play football again, but i got a chance. i kept fighting and battling and it's a good lesson for all you guys. >> this is part of celebration of super bowl l. every player and coach from an active roster on a super bowl gets one to donate. >> hope they won tonight. extremely venomous snakes washing up on california beaches, some sieges say el nino is to blame -- scientists say el nino is to blame. these yellow bellied sea snakes normally found in the pacific, one was spotted near oxnard beach where some children were swimming. warning signs are posted on the beach telling people to stay away. el nino will get blamed for a lot in the next couple months,
snakes on the beach. we had a lot of rainfall in southern california. it was a serious issue for them. thankfully it's winding down. now we turn the other direction to our north, eureka and ukiah. this is crazy how long it's been since we've had a good soaking rainfall 1/2 inch or more widespread. april 7th, 192 days ago, at least we're heading in the right direction because there will be showers tomorrow morning. san francisco 59, santa rosa 53. still raining in nevada, southern utah, arizona dealing with flooding south and east of las vegas. that low is moving away from us. it's this low and its associated cold front trailing the low and that front will make it to the bay area tomorrow on the southern edge of things with not much jet stream support and most of the rainfall will fall north of the california/oregon border we'll
get something. that will be a little rainfall for your plans tomorrow morning. after that high pressure builds back in to our south, we'll still have the onshore flow it will be warm but not hot. let's focus on that one rain chance coming up in a few hours. 7:00, 8:00 tomorrow morning here it comes in the north bay. the front will fizzle out as it works its way through the bay area but a chance of a couple showers, you in concord, livermore, san jose, redwood city throughout late morning and early afternoon hours. breaking it down what to expect, north bay your first sunrise tomorrow a few showers, scattered showers elsewhere and a slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm in the mountains. san jose 75 tomorrow, union city 74, 78 danville and pittsburg, 75 vallejo, a few showers for novato tomorrow, high 74, cloverdale 75 degrees. sunshine is back sunday, warmer next week, highs in the 80s inland and 70s near the bay. that's your forecast. we'll be right back.
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>> yeah. people have to sign a waiver just to enter and our betty yu checked it out for us. eato this int >> reporter: it's a very creepy kind of kink in the city. skimpy costumes and a downright spooky setting, the basement of the century old armory building in the mission. >> you have epilepsy? >> no. >> reporter: corncompanykink.com and extreme haunted house creators blackout call this interactive production hell in the armory. >> it is not for the faint of heart and i would not wear nice shoes. >> reporter: it's believed to be the only erotic haunted house in california, so intense visitors must sign a waiver. >> it's a highly erotic, there's a lot of nudity, but it's also a very dirty and hopefully disgusting ride as well. >> i think that people go through this almost as a challenge to themselves to say can i make it through this? >> reporter: so i gave it a shot with my photographer rachel. we had to wear masks for all
the fog. it begins in this smoke filled room with strobe lights. a walk down the stairs and a dark hallway holding onto rachel. >> i can't do it. it's so scary. >> reporter: and then i turned around. so i had to call it quits about two minutes into this because i was scared out of my mind, but i'm told if you make it through, it lasts about 35 minutes. >> we had two people that left in the beginning. >> i liked having a bag over my head and not knowing what was coming next and being led around. it pushed the boundaries of what you're used to. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix5. >> what do you think? >> no, no. >> not even a chance? >> yes. >> here's the thing. the old armory building is said to be haunted year-round. >> yeah. no thank you. >> won't do that either. >> we'll be right back. ,,,,
series. we're going to kansas city, kansas city here i come. batting against the blue jays alcs game 1. that's salvador perez, 4th inning solo put the royals ahead 3 -0. bottom 8th, aaron osborn, he hit that like a grown man, hit the top of the wall, drove in escobar. royals won big 5 -0. game two is tomorrow. f years. sharks/devils went to a shoot-out... where brent bus li sharks coach pete devore back home in new jersey where he coached 3 1/2 years. sharks devils went to a shootout where burns lit the lamp, game over, san jose won again 2-1. they have started the season 4-0. san jose earthquake zeroing in on the playoffs had to thump kansas city in white, scoreless till this. wondolowski, in the 407th minute the lone -- 47th minute
the lone goal of the night, 1-0 the final. didn't have to look too far in napa to figure out it's the fry's.com open, biggest name in the field rory mcilroy. he pleased the silverado north crowd. he's at 5-under, six lots -- shots back after chasing 71 today. 14th hole birdiemaker. steele leads the field by two shots with an 11-under total, two rounds left. think it's a little windy? look at his putter, wind blew it in. >> it's in the hole. >> hoosier has got a two-shot lead after three rounds. you rarely see that. >> i could have made that. >> you sure could. stand over it and watch it go in. >> good thing he wasn't on the other side of the hole because it would have been in the ocean. >> there is a rule if you putt