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top stories we are following this morning. new revelations from the n- t-s-b about the asiana airlines crash, all as the company c-e-o comes to town and more survivors talk publicly about their traumatic experience. good morning i'm james fletcher. and i'm anny hong. thanks for joining us on this wednesday july 10th.
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we continue to follow the latest with the deadly crash landing at s-f-o that happened over the weekend. we are learning critical new details about what may have caused saturday's deadly plane crash at s-f-o. the n-t-s-b interviewed all four pilots who were on the plane. 3 of those pilots were actually in the cockpit at the time of crash.. kron 4's charles clifford reports. according to the ntsb, the pilot controlling asiana flight 214 was making his first landing attempt in a boeing 777 at s-f-o. he was controlling the plane from the left hand seat in the cockpit. the training pilot, who was assisting with the landing, was in the right hand seat, there was also a relief first officer in the cockpit jump seat and a fourth pilot seated in the plane's cabin. according to the ntsb, the training pilot says that as the plane descended towards runway 2-8 left, the crew set the planes auto throttle to the required airspeed. >> he set the auto throttle at 137 knots and he assumed that the auto throttles were maintaining speed. but moments later, the pilots realized that the plane was to low and travelling to slow. they attempted to correct
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the problem by throttling up but by then it was to late. the landing gear and tail of the plane struck the seawall, the aircraft broke apart and skidded down the runway. ntsb chairman deborah hersman says that investigators will analyze the planes flight data recorder and voice recorder to determine if there was a problem with the auto throttle. their initial inspection of the wreckage shows that the auto throttle was armed, but that doesn't mean it was malfunctioning. one of the critical things that needs to monitored on the approach to landing is speed...so we need to understand what was going on in the cockpit and also what was going on with the aircraft. none of the flight crew have been drug or alcohol tested because the u.s. doesn't require such testing for foreign based crews, such testing is deferred to the country in which the airline is based. in this case, south korea. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. the surviving passengers from saturday's crash. are staying in a bay area hotel. some of them left the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame but hotel staff went out of their way to make sure they all had some privacy. staff members opened umbrellas to block anyone from seeing the victims faces as they walked through the doors. security was also on high alert. police manned the
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entrancestopping and checking every car that tried to enter. one foundation similar to the red cross went to the hotel to try to give some assistance to the victims, but they were unsuccessful due to the tight security. the surviving pasers from saturday's crash. are staying in a bay area hotel. some of them did some shopping today, and the staff at the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame. went out of their way to make sure they all had some privacy. kron 4's alecia reid shows passengers left the hotel for the day on this tour bus, and once back in the parking lot staff opened umbrellas to block anyone from seeing the victims faces as they walked through the doors. security was also on high alert. police manned the entrancestopping and checking every car that tried to enter. these women from the buddhist tzu chi foundation were on foot but still couldn't get very far. they tell us they're similar to the red cross in that they help people in need. they've received a lot of calls about the victims so they showed up to see if they could be of any assistance. although they can't get inside the hotel, those women tell me they plan to hold a candle light vigil for the victims near the
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hotel on saturday. the foundation says even though they could not get inside the hotel to help, they still plan on holding a candle light vigil for the victims near the hotel on saturday. although they can't get inside the hotel, those women tell me they plan to hold a candle light vigil for the victims near the the heroic actions of one of flight attendant's on asiana flight 214 are caught on camera. new pictures are emerging of one flight attendant who is seen carrying passengers on you can see the flight attendant taking the injured carrier. also, a veteran flight person off the burning reporters about the first moments after the crash. her remarks are raising some very interesting questions for investigators.
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the fact that when she knocked on the door and asked the pilot whether they should start evacuating, he said no. that is what observers find so interesting, experts say they cannot imagine why the pilot would delay evacuations -- even lee also described how at least one of the evacuation slides inflated inward -- pinning another flight attendant inside the plane. the pictures of what remains of the aircraft, remind us just how lucky most of the flight 214 had 307 people on board. two of them died. more than 180 others were taken to various hospitals, most of them to san francisisco general and of those, 49 suffered
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serious injuries. as of today, just 17 remain in the hospital. critical condition. stay with kron 4 as we asiana deadly plane crash. go to kron 4 dot com for the investigation when we're not you can also tune to our 24- 7 news channel. on comcast the president of asiana airlines arrived in san francisco from south korea yesterday, fighting his way through a pack of journalists outside customs. kron 4's jr stoke was there story. the asiana airlines ceo that you saw there arrived with other passengers from south korea. some of who said they were supposed to be on saturday's coming up on the kron four morning news. and >>erica: and >>anny:days after mohamed morsi.egypt's first-ever
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democratically elected the country's armed forces say they're stabilizing earlier this week dozens of battles between the military and the muslim brotherhood. the white house, meanwhile, is keeping a close eye on the matter. that's the message press secretary jay carney delivered today. the egyptian military has issued a statement saying destruction of property will not to be tolerated. an interim president has been put in place but the muslim brotherhood says it will not recognize that official's authority or negotiate until morsy is back in power. >>james: we will update you on a problem on the road to
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this early morning. >>darya: good morning. people have been riding in to me saying they have been caught in this back up early this morning east bound 80. this was a big rig accident that involved in oil spill. the big rig has been long cleared from the lanes however the oil spill has been remaining. the chp sent out another update saying that this should be wrapped up in the next 10 to 15 minutes but kron4 is on the scene. most of the scenes are checked out and they did manage to open up 1 and 2 lanes 3 it traffic very slowly making it past the scene of this accident. this is in the process of wrapping up. we will continue to monitor this. hopefully this wraps up in the next 10 to 15 minutes. i do however want to take a look at traffic around the rest of the bay area so if you are not headed in the
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eastbound direction westborough 80 are in no way to or backups. all clear here at the toll plaza. san mateo bridge ride looking pretty good. no issues and the westbound direction. south bound 101 at the golden gate bridge, a little bit of falk, a little bit of haze of the other than that, no incidents to report. aside from that hotspot, traffic around the bay area looking pretty good. i do want to focus attention on air wednesday forecast. here's a live look from our roof cam overlooking the san francisco skyline. we do have some areas of drizzle so you may have to use your windshield wipers as you head out to work or school. in terms of what satellite and radar perspective is showing, you can see marine layer very much intact. not only impacting coastal communities but into the bay shores and even impacting some of the inland communities today. their
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current conditions in terms of temperatures today, and about zero very chilly start at 48 degrees, 68 and antioch, upper 50s down the east bay shoreline. or tracking the temperatures throughout the day. by lunch time you will see mainly '60s coastline, seven is inside the bay and eighties for the warmest inland spots. the red indicating '90s will just border the bay area so you may see a few ninety's predominately in the east bay. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, you will notice an increase in cloud cover and temperatures mainly in the 60s and low 70's. as we take a closer look into afternoon highs in your neighborhood, you will notice a few lingering '90s for livermore pleasanton, 87 degrees year high in concord and upper 60s in downtown san francisco. your 7 day around the bay forecast shows minor subtle day-to-day changes. morning fog with after the sunshine. temperatures in the '90s a once again by the latter half of the weekend. anny
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>>in texas today, a final vote is set in the state house on new restrictions that would ban abortions after 20 weeks in most cases. the bill would dictate when abortion pills are taken and would require doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. republicans approved the measure last night in a provisional vote. >>james:after a late night in court.with heated exchanges and a 'lights out' moment.court will resume at nine-a-m. that's when the judge will offer her ruling on two key pieces of evidence the defense wants jurors to see. >> andrew spencer tells us more about the evidence and the late night in court. >> andrew spencer: day 11 of the trial went so long on tuesday that at one point the lights in the courtroom--that are set on a timer--went out. george zimmerman had to get permission from the judge
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to stay in court past his 10 p-m curfew. and defense attorney don west's frustration seemed to boil over as he criticized the prosecution for wasting the defense's time. "it's simply unfair for mr. zimmerman not to be able to put on his defense because of the state's tactics. it was a strategy obviously because they had it in january and kept it from us." earlier in the day animator daniel schumaker took the stand to talk about animations he creates using crime scene evidence and technology used in movies like "iron man." the defense says schumaker's animation can help the jury understand how the confrontation between trayvon martin and george zimmerman began. but the prosecution says argues the animation is not based on evidence. the defense also wants to jurors to hear about martin's text messages -- which reportedly show he had been in fights and was trying to purchase a gun. today judge debra nelson will decide whether to allow that information or not. another important moment came during expert testimony from forensic pathologist dr. vincent di maio--which, the defense says, validates zimmerman's version of the shooting.
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".the clothing itself had to be two to four inches away from the body at the time mr. martin was shot. this is consistent with mr.zimmerman's account that he, that mr. martin, was over him, leaning forward at the time he was shot." i'm andrew spencer kron 4 news. >>james:judge nelson will also take up the issue of a defense witness violating sequestration. the defense told the judge that it plans to rest its case sometime on today. >>anny:wikileaks says edward snowden, hasn't yet formally accepted asylum in venezuela. a prominent russian lawmaker tweeted that snowden had, in fact, accepted that offer -- but the posting was deleted a few minutes later. snowden has applied for asylum in a number of countries, and it's not
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clear just how easy it would be for him to travel to south america from moscow. the bolivian president -- along with the leaders of venezuela and nicaragua -- have said snowden is welcome in their countries. snowden was on his plane. >>james:canadian authorities have now opened a criminal investigation into a deadly oil train derailment that killed at least 15 people over the weekend. dozens more are still missing tonight after 72 tanker cars carrying crude oil jumped the track saturday setting off a huge fireball in canada. officials now say they have a handle on the fire. they will now allow many of the people evacuated from their homes to return but say about 800 people will still have to stay away. quebec police said yesterday that investigators have "discovered elements" that have led to a criminal probe. offficials did not give details but did rule out terrorism. coming up on the kron four morning news.
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a big rig accident that resulted in an oil spill is working to get cleared. looks like things all that all planes are back open on the east bound 82 emeryville. we will be right back.
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>>erica: good morning. the time now is 425. in addition to cooler temperatures we have a lot of ground fog and even some drizzle this morning. expect high clouds and sunshine into the afternoon. i will have the full details on what to expect. your 7 day around the bay coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>anny:authorities released 156 pages of documents tuesday from the murder investigation against former patriots star aaron
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hernandez. hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the death of odin lloyd. among the newly released documents is a search warrant carried out last month, which includes what is essentially a third-hand confession. the warrant says ernest wallace, suspected of playing a role in the death, told another suspected conspirator that hernandez confessed to the murder. the warrant was used to search the home of wallace's mother, just after wallace turned himself in to authorities on a charge of accessory to murder.
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>>james:much of the information in the warrant comes from carlos ortiz, the third suspect in the case. the giants bullpen lets another game slip away. the met's marlon byrd hit a two-out grand slam to cap a five-run eighth inning and beating giants 10-6. a day after needing 16 innings to top the giants in a game that ended at 12:42 a.m., the mets squandered leads of 3-2 and 5-3 but held off the slumping world series champs by scoring giants bullpen. >>anny:espn is reporting major league baseball will suspend up to 20 players, including a's all star bartolo colon, sometime after the all star break for their alleged involvement with a performance enhanced drug linked bio genesis clinic in miami.
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the list also includes former mvp's alex rodriguez and ryan braun and while nothing his official, both players could face 100 game suspensions for comitting multiple offenses including lying about their involvement. melky cabrera could also be suspended 3 did have time to take a break. but here's a live look at the james lick freeway. some clouds and fog this morning. here's a live look from our world camera. a little bit foggy. we will have more sunshine in the forecast. more details on that coming up a little bit later.
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>>anny: good morning. time now is 430. happy wednesday. let's check in with erica on the full details of that forecast. >>erica: we are still waking up to fog and cloud cover. as we head into the
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afternoon, we will see plenty of sunshine and some high clouds mixed into the skyline. war cloud cover later on tonight with calm wins. let's focus not on your afternoon highs. it will be in a little bit cooler than what we saw yesterday i do want to start in the east bay. we are starting off with a fuel '90s. temperatures back in the '80s for the san ramon valley. 74 degrees in town leandro. there is going to be a gorgeous day and the south bay. it will be able to be cooler but the upper 80s and evergreen. downtown's san francisco today with a high of north bay '70s eighties and. your 7 day around the bay
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forecast shows subtle changes each and every day temperatures honestly don't what to it that much to look like we're back in 90 degree territory by the latter half of the weekend. i do want to talk traffic for just a moment. i will follow the update on the hot spot this morning. it looks like everything is clear now. no backups and delays if you're heading up the eastern freeway. if anything develops with that, we will continue to keep you posted a less take a look at the rest of bay area traffic. we are starting to see a minor way in one of those cash lanes but other than that no incidents to report.
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>>anny:we are learning critical new details about what may have caused saturday's deadly plane crash at s-f-o. the n-t-s-b interviewed all four pilots who were on the plane. 3 of those pilots were actually in the cockpit at the time of crash.. kron 4's charles clifford reports. according to the ntsb, the pilot controlling asiana flight 214 was making his first landing attempt in a
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boeing 777 at s-f-o. he was controlling the plane from the left hand seat in the cockpit. the training pilot, who was assisting with the landing, was in the right hand seat, there was also a relief first officer in the cockpit jump seat and a fourth pilot seated in the plane's cabin. according to the ntsb, the training pilot says that as the plane descended towards runway 2-8 left, the crew set the planes auto throttle to the required airspeed. >> he set the auto throttle at 137 knots and he assumed that the auto throttles were maintaining speed.
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but moments later, the pilots realized that the plane was to low and travelling to slow. they attempted to correct the problem by throttling up but by then it was to late. the landing gear and tail of the plane struck the seawall, the aircraft broke apart and skidded down the runway. ntsb chairman deborah hersman says that investigators will analyze the planes flight data recorder and voice recorder to determine if there was a problem with the auto throttle. their initial inspection of the wreckage shows that the auto throttle was armed, but that doesn't one of the critical things that needs to monitored on the approach to landing is speed...so we need to understand what was going on in the cockpit and also what was going on with the aircraft. hersman also said today that none of the flight crew have been drug or alcohol tested because the u.s. doesn't require such testing for foreign based crews, such testing is deferred to the country in which the airline is based. in this case, south korea. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >>james:the surviving passengers from saturday's crash. are staying in a bay area hotel. some of them left the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame but hotel staff went out of their way to make sure they all had some privacy. staff members opened
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umbrellas to block anyone from seeing the victims faces as they walked through the doors. security was also on high alert. police manned the entrancestopping and checking every car that tried to enter. one foundation similar to the red cross went to the hotel to try to give some assistance to the victims, but they were unsuccessful due to the tight security. the surviving passengers from saturday's crash. are staying in a bay area hotel. some of them did some shopping today, and the staff at the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame. went privacy. passengers left the hotel for the day on this tour bus, and once back in the parking lot staff opened umbrellas to block anyone from seeing the victims faces as they walked through the doors. security was also on high alert. police manned the entrancestopping and checking every car that tried to enter. flight attendant's on asiana flight 214 are caught on camera. new pictures are emerging of one flight attendant who is seen carrying passengers on her back. you can see the flight attendant taking the
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injured away from the downed carrier. also, a veteran flight attendant who was the last person off the burning wreckage is talking to reporters about the first moments after the crash. her remarks are raising some very interesting questions for investigators. the fact that when she knocked on the door and asked the pilot whether they should start evacuating, he said no. that is what observers find so interesting, experts say they cannot imagine why the pilot would delay evacuations -- even for a second. lee also described how at least one of the evacuation slides inflated inward -- pinning another flight attendant inside the plane. stay with kron 4 as we continue our coverage of the asiana deadly plane crash. go to kron 4 dot com for the latest on the n-t-s-b investigation when we're not on air. you can also tune to our 24- 7 news channel. on comcast channel 193. >>james: we will take a quick break at 437 but will
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have more headlines coming up in just a minute. you want to show you a live look at the golden gate bridge. this time yesterday was a very foggy but not so much this morning. we will have another check of your forecast coming up in just about seven minutes.
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>>james:watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. but the stock market is gaining back its momentum. all major stock indexes rose yesterday-- and the biggest gaints were in riskier small company stocks. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow jones rose more than 75 points to end the day at 15,300. the nasdaq also rose 19, closing at 3,504. and the s and p 500
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we'll be watching the stock market all morning long here on the kron four morning news starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. in washington, senate democrats are trying to restore lower interest rates on student loans. a procedural vote is scheduled today on a measure that would return rates on subsidized stafford loans to three point four percent for one year. an earlier attempt to keep rates low came up short and rates doubled to six point eight percent july first. hundred dollars for an campus. morning news.
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>>james: this will man discovered his daughter was going on any base shopping free after he was notified by the company that he had won a 1962 austin sprite for just over $200. if you could imagine a mom and dad's reaction about their daughters' online shopping spree. >> she decided to open up the ebay and start looking around. one thing led to another and wheat on a park. -car. >>james: the parents decided to keep the car and her dad
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actually plans to restore it. since the shopping spree, the parents decided to change the panic and taste the little girl decides that activated again. >>anny: time now is 443. we will be back with more. including your full forecast.
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>>erica: looks like the lanes should be open within the next 10 minutes or so so that's a pretty easy ride. green under roadways centers indicate speed 50 mi. an hour . first soft what
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two biggest labor unions will resume formal
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three young survivors of the asiana crash are sharing their stories. the n-t-s-b is focusing part of its investigation on the jet two teen girls who were killed. touched fire officials acknowledged one of their trucks *might have run over one of the two teens killed. the 16-year-olds were good friends and came from an eastern china. their parents flew into s-f- o last night and they received a briefing from the coroner. tchotchke his seat
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had >>james:good morning, top stories we are following this wednesday july 10th. new revelations from the n- t-s-b about the asiana airlines crash, a live interview with the chairwoman coming up.
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plus, a new animation of asiana flight 214 shows us what it looks like to be in the cockpit of the flight. >>erica: good morning. we will probably need to use windshield wipers this morning. the rich a bigger fog to deal with. high clouds will still exist and in addition to that, plenty of sunshine. temperatures just a little bit cooler bennett yesterday. here's a look at satellite every nerve. full details on what to expect your afternoon highs as 7 day around the bay coming up in just a couple of minutes. >>darya: big problems in the overnight hours for interstate 80 at and east bound direction which are now clear. there were major backups coming from the nimitz freeway out of the macarthur mace and off the lower deck of the bay bridge
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were and all lanes were shut down but all lanes are open and the situation there has been resolved. here's your look at the bay bridge and the westbound ride. your quick and you check shows light traffic around. in >>darya: >>mark:and the c-e-o for asiana airlines has arrived in san plane crash. why his arrival at a-s-f-o was not easy. we're continuing to follow the latest in the asiana flight 214 crash. the families of the two victims have met with the coroner's office. and the ntsb is coming out with new details on what might have caused the deadly plane crash. kron 4's will tran is live in south san francisco where >>will: the aircraft is still sitting here. they found that the automatic throttle it was set. that controls the air speed. they
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have been focusing on that for the past several days. we all know by now that it came into low and too slow into the runway about 36 mi. per hour slower than it needed to beat. we talk to the chairwoman yesterday at the news conference. here's what she had to say about the air speed and the automatic throttle. >> one of the very critical things that needs to be monitored on an approach to planning is speed and so we need to understand what was going on in the cockpit and also what was going on with the aircraft. >>will: i can tell you that it has been several hours since she's given that news conference. i will plan to get more details from her and updates. there are lots of questions and hopefully lot of answers coming up at 530. back to you mark. >>mark:
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3the families of the two chinese girls killed in the crash have met with the san mateo coroner's office. they are trying to figure out whether 16-year-old ye meng yuan was struck and killed by an emergency vehicle. the coroner's office has not death or whether an at all. of the girls' deaths was being investigated for that possibility but did not know which of the two. ye and the other girl killed, 16-year-old wang lin jia, were part of a group of chinese students headed to a southern california school >>anny:the n-t-s-b has released critical new details about what may have caused saturday's deadly
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plane crash at s-f-o. the pilot controlling asiana flight 214 was making his first landing attempt in a boeing 777 at s-f-o. he was controlling the plane from the left hand seat in the cockpit. the training pilot, who was assisting with the landing, was in the right hand seat, there was also a 'relief first officer' in the fourth pilot seated in the the training pilot says that as the plane descended crew set the planes auto airspeed. but moments later, the pilots realized that the plane was to low and they attempted to correct the problem by throttling up but by then it was to late. the landing gear and tail of the plane struck the seawall, the aircraft broke apart and skidded down the runway. we are learning critical new details. about what may have caused saturday's deadly plane crash at s-f-o. the n-t-s-b interviewed all four pilots who were on the plane. 3 of those pilots were actually in the cockpit at the time of crash.. >> first after the plane struck completely, i went in the cold that i went into the cockpit to see if the
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pilot was alive or not. the captain opened it and asked are you ok capt. he said the as i am ok. i asked should i perform evacuation and he told me to wait so i closed the door and made an announcement because the passengers were upset and things were confusing. i said ladies and gentlemen our plan has completely stopped. please remain seated. the plan will not moving more. >>james: the fact that when she knocked on the door and asked should you start evacuating and when he said no, that is raising a question marks. a lot of observers say that's interesting to put it mildly. they can't imagine why he would have delayed evacuation even for a single second. lee also describes how at least one of the evacuation slides inflated in word and can a flight attendant inside. we will continue coverage on the plane crash with updates all morning long until 10:00 a.m. and at that point you
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can get updated for march 24th 7 news channel on comcast 193. r a website kron4 dock time. our facebook page and are twitter feet. -feed. >>anny: is 5063 we will take a quick break here on the kron4 morning news but first a live look outside at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. we are seeing some areas of drizzle this morning. they have to use your windshield wipers but look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else,
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also, a veteran flight said no. new this morning, there wasa luggage tug ran into the nose gear portion of a delta morning. the passengers moved to another plane as a precaution. there were no injuries related to the incident and that plane has taken off en route to cincinnati. new: alleged bomber heads for 1st public court hearing
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boston - survivors of the boston marathon bombing will could face the death penalty for the attack appears in court for the first time since he was found hiding in a boat in a suburb days after the april 15 explosion. dzhokhar tsarnaev's arraignment will be held this afternoon in federal court in boston. the 19- year-old has been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction in the bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 260. tsarnaev hasn't appeared publicly since his april 19 arrest. his initial court hearing was held at a hospital, where he was recovering from injuries suffered in a confrontation with police that killed his brother and alleged co- conspirator. tsarnaev escaped but was found in the drydocked boat in watertown. >>james:defense attorney's in the george zimmerman second-degree murder trial want to introduce text messages and a facebook posting by trayvon martin about a fight he supposedly had with a friend. the florida judge already had ruled that the teen's interest in guns and fighting couldn't be used in opening statement to the jury. zimmerman says he shot martin in self-defense. wikileaks says edward snowden, hasn't yet formally accepted asylum in venezuela. tweeted that snowden had, in fact, accepted that offer
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-- but the posting was deleted a few minutes later. snowden has applied for asylum in a number of countries, and it's not clear just how easy it would be for him to travel to south america from moscow. the bolivian president -- along with the leaders of in their countries. moscow - wikileaks says its fellow secret-spiller, edward snowden, hasn't yet formally accepted asylum in tuesday, a prominent russian lawmaker tweeted that snowden had, in fact, accepted that offer -- but the posting was deleted a few minutes later. the lawmaker later said his claim was based on a report from an all-news tv station. but the station says the lawmaker misunderstood its report last night, and that it hasn't reported that snowden has agreed to go to snowden has applied for ♪
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>>james: we are back. it is 515. beijing - flooding in
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western china, the worst in 50 years for some areas, has triggered a landslide that buried up to 40 people and destroyed a high- profile memorial to a devastating 2008 earthquake. there was no immediate word on the chances of survival for the 30 to 40 people buried in the city of dujiangyan, but rescue workers with search dogs had rushed to the area, the official xinhua news agency said.
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mudslides and flooding are common in china's mountainous areas, killing hundreds of people every year. deforestation has led to soil erosion and made some parts of china prone to mudslides after strong rains. >>erica: i do want to turn the attention to the south bay. turning up to be a gorgeous day already. 83 lot ids for los gatos downtown san francisco today with a high of low 70's. i want to
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focus our attention on the north bay. your extended forecasts show subtle changes each and every day. temperatures only fluctuate by a couple of degrees. we are really going to fall into the pattern of morning fog and afternoon sunshine. look like we can see '90s yet again by the end of the weekend. timer now is 517. take a look now at your morning commute with george. ed >>darya: >>gary: for the commute to the golden gate bridge oil
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was southbound is still pretty light. i did hear that it was wed at the top almost as though it had rained up their let's take a look at the traffic map still looking at pretty good conditions here. already some slowing through the hot amount for interstate 580 at about 24 minutes in nearby
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beichuan county, flooding destroyed buildings and destroyed exhibits at a memorial for the earthquake five years ago in sichuan province that left 90,000 people dead or missing. the quake left the beichuan county seat unliveable. the town was abandoned and 27 square kilometers of ruins was turned into a memorial the flooding also caused the collapse of an almost 50- year-old bridge in a neighboring county, sending six vehicles into the raging waters and leaving 12
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people missing. since sunday, flooding in sichuan has affected 360,000 people, damaging or destroying 300 homes, and forcing at least 6,100 new this morning. officials in egypt have ordered the arrest of the leader of the muslim brotherhood and nine others for inciting violence. the brotherhood, which once helped propel ousted president mohammed morsi to
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power, says it will reject any offer to join an interim government unless morsi is back in charge. that's despite the newly appointed prime minister saying he would give the brotherhood posts in the new government. the white house meanwhile is keeping a close eye on the matter. the egyptian military has issued a statement saying destruction of property will not to be tolerated. earlier this week, dozens of people were killed in battles between the military and the muslim brotherhood. nearly two-dozen people were hurt when a deck collapsed at a home in ocean isle
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beach, north carolina. thoth at least 20 people were fifth hospitalized with injuries ranging from lacerations to a spinal injury. one person had to be airlifted, but none of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening. a paramedic says about 25 people were on the deck of the home when it fell from the second story to a concrete slab below. the people living at the house were renting. officials say they've notified the homeowner. now opened a criminal investigation into a deadly oil train derailment that killed at least 15 people over the weekend. dozens more are still missing tonight after 72 tanker cars carrying crude oil jumped the track saturday setting off a huge fireball in canada. officials now say they have a handle on the fire. they will now allow many of the people evacuated from their homes to return but say about 800 people will still have to stay away. quebec police said yesterday that investigators have "discovered elements" that probe. details but did rule out terrorism.
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in texas today, a final vote is set in the state house on new restrictions that would ban abortions after 20 weeks in most cases. the bill would dictate when abortion pills are taken and would require doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and allow abortions only at surgical centers. republicans approved the measure last night in a provisional vote. lawyers for the california public utilities commission want to withdraw a controversial plan for imposing a $2.25 billion fine on p g and e for the fatal pipeline explosion in san bruno in 2010. they gave no details, but said the revision would "correct certain inaccuracies". the 2 and a quarter billion dollar fine was criticized as being too lenient by the city of san bruno and by a consumer group, the utility reform network, because pg&e would have been allowed to improvement expenses as a group of san francisco city college students, teachers, staff and supporters held a rally yesterday afternoon. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. the group is protesting against last week's decision to terminate the school's accreditation in 2014. the group gathered at the college's downtown campus and marched to the u-s department of education's office in san francisco. the school plans to request a review of the decision. if the decision is upheld then school officials say they will seek an appeal. watching wall street this
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morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. ñáçwçñ [ female announcer ] ] it's a mountain grown mornig g with folgers lively colombia.
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but the stock market is gaining back its momentum. all major stock indexes rose yesterday-- and the biggest gaints were in riskier small company stocks. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow jones rose more than 75 points to end the day at 15,300. the nasdaq also rose 19, closing at 3,504. and the s and p 500 climbed 12 points to close at 1,652. we'll be watching the stock market all morning long here on the kron four morning news starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. >>anny:in washington, senate democrats are trying to restore lower interest rates on student loans. a procedural vote is scheduled today on a measure that would return rates on subsidized stafford
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loans to three point four percent for one year. an earlier attempt to keep rates low came up short and rates doubled to six point that could mean an extra 26- hundred dollars for an average student returning to >>james:your data is worth a lot to the u-s government. government surveillance has developed in a murky-- million dollar market with little public scrutiny. fees charged by telecommunications and tech companies for the f-b-i and n-s-a to access data are levied in secret and can vary wildly. for example-- the average telephone wiretape costs the government more than 50- thousand dollars. with big federal cases running as much as two-point-nine million dollars. facebook, meanwhile, says it provides access for free, while yahoo and google are estimated to provide email records for as little as 25-dollars.
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the latest in the asiana flight 214 crash. the families of the two victims have met with the coroner's office. and the ntsb is coming out with new details on what might have caused the deadly plane crash. kron 4's will tran is live in south san francisco where we are waiting to talk with the ntsb chairman. will. the families of the two
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chinese girls killed in the crash have met with the san mateo coroner's office. >> of throttle does not necessarily control the speed but what it does is it engages the thrusting and the power. it depends on what mode is selected if the auto throttle are active and how they are used. >>will: was the mode on at the time and everything looked ok? >> we are still taking a look at the auto throttle used to read the are having
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to look at flight data recorder information. we are working with boeing with the manufacturer of the aircraft in their design parameters. we are looking at all those issues right now. >>will: should somebody looking at the air speed upon landing. ? >> debbie as far as the flight data recap that for corporate could say whether not the auto throttle was engaged, on on the time or deeds have to rely on.
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>> it has 14. we are validating to make for sure that day is good and that is a measure internet things. we want to understand it a lot better so our team in washington and the lab. we have a flight data recorder team that has been convened with a number of experts. boeing, the operator and our investigative team to get a comprehensive picture and get that to us. did you have to wrap up the interviews. >> yes we have interviewed off for over the past two days. we learned a tremendous amount for mark interviews with the pilots. they were very forthcoming and very cooperative with our investigators. they get a lot of insight into what was going on inside the cockpit and what they perceive and what they were thinking. now we really need to correlate all of that information and to put the cockpit voice recorder, the flight data recorder
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quarter, the air traffic information and the interviews all together to see if it matched up. >>will: how is your emotional state? >> i did not sit and on the interviews. why can't it is that they were very cooperative and that is what we want to focus on >>will: is there a destination on when the runway would be cleared out. obviously it is impacting air travel here. >> we know this is a
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hardship for the airport in be appreciate everyone's patience. we saw a lot of heavy coming and why we were out of steam yesterday
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>> that encourages people to provide information to us. we do not want to see aircraft accidents criminalize. no one intended for this plane to crash certainly not the pilots. >>will: blood alcohol tests were administered immediately. i know that is not part of international agreements. are you disappointed by not having the cooperation with that? >> foreign countries may
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have different rules and we need to understand what those rules were what they complied with and what the expectation is we're still taking a look at that it is a complex system will be do know is that the crew was not tested. >>will: think it's a much- rehearsed with the ntsb. i apologize for the long interview but you don't get a chance to do this. we will hear much more from her throughout the day. back to you mark. >>mark:they are trying to figure out whether 16-year- old ye meng yuan was struck and killed by an emergency vehicle. the coroner's office has not yet determined ye's cause of death or whether an emergency vehicle struck her at all.
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which erica. >>erica: let's start off with a live look for mount tam cam. this is above all that cloud cover. just an hour ago weaver in the upper '40's and of bateau. take a look at it as a little bit warmer over and antioch we are seeing low 60s out in livermore. here's what's going on on satellite and radar. we do have that compressed marine layer not only attacking the coastal communities but filling inland as well. we do have a little bit of a fog bank this morning. we aren't really having issues with visibility however you may encounter drizzle third areas of low pressure starts to move and closer to the coastline and that is really going to enhance the sea breeze. with that we will see color temperatures today in terms of your
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extended forecast a 7 day around the bay we are talking very subtle changes with the day-to-day fluctuations. we will see that morning fog and afternoon sunshine. the cooling trend starts today. we will continue with cooler weather as we wrap up the work week. slightly warmer and to the weekend, now is
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548 here is traffic now with george >>gary: >>george: your ride to the santa te'o bridge no stalls are incidents across the span it is an easy ride and so is the golden gate bridge which is what was southbound. the fog is not on the deck this morning. you can actually see the road lights across the span trekking to drive times for you now. 14 minutes hercules to berkeley
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