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breaking news in oakland. part of a building under construction collapsed, multiple people were hurt. >> chopper 5 is live overhead and it's an active scene as the investigation continues. >> it happened in the 3000 block of broadway at hawthorne
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in oakland. and that's right across from sutter alta bates medical center. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the scene with the very latest. anne. >> reporter: 13 construction workers were injured here this morning. none of those injuries are serious, all minor injuries. i'm going to give you a street view here of what we're seeing. i think the better pictures, though, are coming interest chopper 5. this investigation is just beginning. but what we know, a very scare scene of people stuck in wet concrete. others hanging from scaffolding this morning. construction workers had been pouring concrete on to the floor of this building unconstruction into a garage area when the deck the platform they were standing on collapsed under them. >> next thing i know everything collapsed. coworkers just fell in. you know? it was too much -- too much weight.
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it was just too much weight. everything broke. >> reporter: that was one of the construction workers at the site this morning. the 15 to 20 workers who fell in, some were stuck in the wet concrete that they had just been pouring and it was knee deep concrete. others were hanging from the scaffolding or rebar trying to stay out of the wet concrete. the collapse shook some neighboring buildings. and the fire department got the call at around 9:30 this morning. >> construction crews that were on site [ indiscernible ] their own members, with shoveling digging them out of the wet concrete. our members showed up, took charge of the operation and our rescue assisted with removing the trapped victims that were still stuck in the concrete. >> reporter: back out here live now over the scene from chopper 5, again, the investigation into how this happened will now begin. osha is here, cal/osha, as well as the city's building engineer. they are first going to have to
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investigate this accident find out who is at fault and then decide how to resume building this building. we are told that it is a mixed use buildings for homes and businesses. it was supposed to be finished early next year. that might be put on hold at this point. now, firefighters have been giving a live update. the only new news in the last few minutes was that they have upped the number of people who fell. it was between 15 and 20 people. but still, 13 people that sustained injuries. all minor injuries. a lot of scrapes and bruises, according to the fire department. live in oakland, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a live look now at sfo where for many people it's a getaway friday. flight delays are expected this long memorial day weekend. kpix 5's jackie ward has a look at the airport construction and other factors that could add time to your holiday travel. >> reporter: if you have a three-day weekend and plan on getting out of town, one of the
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places where you might get slowed down is here at sfo. that's because the airport is in the final phase of paving the 28-left runway one of the primary runways used for landings. >> today is busy. we won't do a closure until 10 p.m. tonight. monday is also busy for people coming back to the bay area. so we're going to re-open the runway 8 a.m. on monday morning. >> reporter: work on the runway began in late march with most of it happening during the nights and weekends to minimize the impact on travelers but a few may still be inconvenienced. >> airlines have canceled 35 flights tomorrow and then 15 flights on sunday. that number could change. >> reporter: if your weekend plans include the sights of the city skyline from the golden gate bridge welcome center or vista point, you may want to bike or take public transportation there. both areas will be closed to personal vehicles between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. today through monday as a way to ease traffic congestion. lastly, bart has issued a rider
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alert: no trains between fruitvale and lake merritt this weekend starting tomorrow. and the lake merritt station will be closed completely. there will be a free bus bridge for passengers to use but expect 20 to 40-minute delays. especially heading to the oakland airport. back here at sfo, after this weekend there will be one more weekend where they will close that runway. but the work should be complete by june 5. that's good timing because airlines start adding summer flights on june 8. jackie ward, kpix 5. four people are under arrest and one victim is being treated for a gunshot wound to the leg after a botched car burglary early this morning. s.w.a.t. teams were on the scene in gilroy after the victim tried to stop two people from allegedly breaking into a car. the suspects ran off according to authorities but cops were able to catch up to one of them. they then surrounded a house ot involved in that crime were hiding out. police arrested three more people. the man suspected of setting cars on fire in the east bay is expected in court
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today. james bishop iii was arrested last week in connection to a car fire in benicia. he is charged with multiple counts of arson. police say that there was a spike in east bay car fires last month and that number dropped after bishop's arrest. at least two dozen people are dead after masked gunmen attacked a bus in central egypt this morning. the coptic catholic group on board was headed on a monastery. security forces are hunting for the gunman. there are checkpoints and patrols on the road leading to the monastery. so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. british police say they are making immense progress in the manchester bombing investigation. raids were carried out last night. they have a hold on a large part of a terror network. and more arrests are expected. cbs news' teri okita is in manchester with the latest. >> reporter: counter intelligence officers raided and collected evidence from
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this barbershop in south manchester early friday morning. police believe the 22-year-old suicide bomber salman abedi spent time there. >> quite scary. >> reporter: one person was taken into custody but police aren't saying how the arrest is connected to the killing of 22 people and dozens more being injured. police believe abedi stayed in this apartment leading up to the attack. neighbors are shocked. >> i'm just amazed how one night everything was fine and the next thing -- [ indiscernible ] >> speechless. i don't know what to say. >> reporter: but the people of manchester are not letting the terror attack deter them. a big sporting event here in the citycenter this week is going forward as planned. >> i'm going to make a point of showing that i'm not going to be afraid of stuff like this. >> reporter: secretary of state rex tillerson, who is in england for meetings with his british counterpart, condemned the attacks. >> please know that all of america's prayers are with those who have lost loved ones
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and those that are injured for speedy recovery. >> reporter: tillerson also signed a book expressing condolences on behalf of the american people. teri okita, cbs news manchester england. >> and we have just learned that singer ariana grande will return to manchester for a benefit concert to raise money for the victims of the attack. no word yet on when that will happen. today president trump is attending the g7 summit in cicely joining the leaders of six other democracies. cbs' weijia jang reports, the talks will focus on terrorism, climate change and free trade. >> reporter: this morning after arriving in cicely for the g7 summit, president trump tweeted, getting ready to engage g7 leaders on many issues including economic growth, terrorism and security. the president and six other heads of state are holding several meetings today and tomorrow. they are also expected to tackle climate change, which the president says is a hoax.
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>> it's no secret that our meetings today sometimes are very different positions, um, on topics such as climate change and trade. >> reporter: environmental activists staged demonstrations calling on members of the g7 to pressure president trump to support the paris climate accord or move forward without the united states. >> g7 countries played a major role in polluting our planet and must now lead the way to the solution. >> reporter: the president has taken an offensive approach in europe scolding some of the most loyal allies of the united states for not paying their fair share in defense spending as members of nato. the president is hailing the trip as a success. earlier on the sidelines of the g7 summit, mr. trump met with japanese prime minister shinso abe about a range of topics including the threat posed by north korea. >> big problem it's a world problem. and it will be solved at some point. >> reporter: president trump is also set to meet with british
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prime minister theresa may. weijia jang, cbs news the white house. a montana republican accused of body slamming a reporter is apologizing for his behavior. he was charged just a day before a special election for the house seat. as meg oliver reports, he won. >> when you make a mistake, i have to own up to it. >> reporter: greg gianforte won but he apologized to the reporter he allegedly assaulted. >> i should not have treated that reporter that way. for that i'm sorry. >> reporter: ben jacobs recorded this audio of his encounter with gianforte on the eve of election. >> that's the person that i am. and it's not the way i'll lead
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in this state. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan had called on gianforte to apologize. >> there is no time where a physical altercation should occur with the press or with just between human beings. >> reporter: republicans poured millions into the race. president trump at the g7 meeting in sicily praised the win. >> reporter: great win in montana. >> reporter: g7 supporters says the supporters puts it behind them. >> i honestly do. ththis is part of life. >> reporter: gianforte must still appear in court on the misdemeanor assault charge. he could face a maximum of 6 months in jail and a $500 fine. meg oliver, cbs news, new york. coming up, panicked parents, [ indiscernible ] bounce house unplugged kids inside now the search for who did is it. >> bottlerock is getting under way. what's different and how they plan to keep people safe.
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>> did somebody said bottlerock? we have that forecast coming up as well as carnaval and the memorial day weekend outlook. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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police are looking for a man who unplugged a bounce house while kids were inside. it happened during a one-year- old's birthday party in florida. you know the house lose air, trapping a dozen children inside. surveillance video shows an older man walking up to the outdoor electrical socket, pulling the plug and then walking off. the homeowner doesn't know the man or if he knew he was putting kids in danger. >> we were very worried about the kids because it was extremely hot and they were, like, trapped inside the bounce
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house. >> police say charges on this kind of incident can vary but trespassing would apply. one of napa's biggest events kicks off today some of the hottest names in music on the roster for this year's bottlerock festival. as jessica flores reports, after this week's deadly attack at a manchester concert, security is tight. >> reporter: brandon bostian bottlerock there is fake grass around the expo. that's not the only luxurious addition. at the fifth annual bottlerock in napa, it's not just about the music. this year, festival-goers can get pampered in a pop-up day spa and some will enjoy the vip experience taking in the views from the sold-out $50,000 double-decker suites. >> like the vip of rock festivals. >> reporter: the festival is expected to draw 120,000 ticketholders over the weekend. >> it's getting better and better every year, of course. we have the headliners, marin
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5, we have, um, tom petty and foo fighters. >> reporter: john and michelle truchard have been attending every year. their wine lounge here aka the jam pad is right near the main stage. >> this year we have full lawn which is amazing. it will be a lot cooler and cleaner. >> reporter: 80 acts will perform across four stages. the culinary stage will feature cooking presentations from ayesha curry and martha stewart and many more. >> it's like a polo tournament than a rock concert in terms of the quality of the concessions, chefs, wine, the grass field, beautiful. >> reporter: the festival is less than a week after the deadly manchester bombing. outside an ariana grande concert. napa police say they have bomb- sniffing dogs ready and this year security will be tight. there's a long list of prohibited items. and every bag will be checked at the gate. in napa, jessica flores, kpix
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5. >> all-important weekend so roberta has the forecast. >> bottlerock my favorite band performing this weekend oakland's very own michael and the spearheads. they will be out there on saturday. wahoo! all right. saturday better weather, as well. today, at bottlerock, mostly cloudy skies upper 60s. otherwise, check out the gray conditions at the city by the bay, the city of san francisco. looking past pier 9, mostly cloudy skies and look how far inland the marine layer extends. that's a good 50, 60 miles inland. the mount vaca cam looking out towards lake curry, we have layers an layers of clouds just a very extensive marine layer. 60s in the area. 57 in san francisco. low 60s around the peninsula. this is so interesting. look at that right there. do you see that circular activity here? the movement of water counter to a main current. it causes a small whirlpool it's been enhancing that cloud cover. we were clear in livermore. now under mostly cloudy skies.
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wind speeds at 10. 10 to 20 during the day. may gray today, earlier burnoff however saturday and also on sunday. the low pressure system that's been drawing down the cooler air mass is moving out of here. watch what happens tonight. we start to see some clear skies. and then watch what happens. this is your saturday morning. everyone is gray. then at noontime, bam, earlier burnoff, clouds push back in saturday night and then burn off even earlier on sunday allowing the temperature to warm just in time for carnaval 2017. hey, michelle griego, joe vazquez, hosting the event. it starts at 10:00 on sunday, the parade does, streaming live on cbssf.com. i'll be doing my little parade wave. jessica flores will be out there, as well. 75 sacramento today. 63 -- what are you laughing at, kenny? [ laughter ] >> temperatures across the
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board today, 50s, 60s and 70s. sunset at 8:21. carnaval goes on all weekend long but it is the parade with michelle and joe 10 a.m. on sunday. again, streaming live on cbssf.com. i'll be riding the parade jessica will be at the will be out there reporting. we expect thousands and hope you're out there, as well. >> michelle, are you going to practice the wave? >> i'm not in the parade, but yeah, this is -- carnaval is not like this. carnaval is like wahoo! ola! >> exactly. >> ole ole! still ahead getting your pets ready for summer. tips on keeping them safe and comfortable as the weather keeps up. ,,
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memorial day weekend is here. it's the unofficial start to summer and today our pet expert jill chase has tips on keeping your animal safe and comfortable as the weather heats up. we have a very special guest. this is roxy. this is roberta's dog! >> yes. so roberta has been asking for a very long time if we could please bring roxy on. sow now roxy is making her appearance. she is a little nervous but getting better. >> she is adorable, too. >> she is about 3 to 4 years old? okay. so. we're going to talk about summer coming. >> what do we need to know? >> there's a couple of
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things. foxtails are my nemesis because i don't like them when they get into dogs in their nose, ears, toes, fur and sometimes bury their way into the abdomen and chest cavity. and they don't move in -- they only move in one direction. they don't back up. so once they get in they are going in one direction. so couple of things we could do to help prevent that is of course stay way from foxtails. i have owners tell me that's impossible but if you go to the beach on on grass or concrete that's how to stay away from t check between their toes. don't just feel but look. sometimes you will feel them and not see them and vice versa. if you clip their feet if they have really furry feet so it's easier to see what's going on there. you don't want to ever shave your dog down completely though because they can get sunburned. you want to clip them shorter and people don't realize that even with the thick coated dogs they get insulation from the air under their fur coat that helps keep them cool. that's the truth. and making sure of course that there's a lot of water for your pet to drink and shady places cool places to stay.
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>> and that is important to know. all right. thank you so much, dr. jill. and thanks, roxy! if you have a question about your pet, we want to hear from you. em mail us at just email pets@kpix.com, and we'll have our pet expert, dr. jill chase, give you an answer every friday right here at noon. ,, ,, food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this.
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we're kicking often the memorial day weekend holiday and tonight at five we have a first look at a new floating waterpark at springlake. that and more at 5:00. >> that's it for us here at kpix 5. and i bet you're a proud mama right now. roxy did a great job. >> she is the suites dog ever and she is a rescue -- sweetest dog ever and she is a rescue dog, as well. [ music ]
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