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>> pam: next at five. >> pam: hollywood stops production of "fast and ferious seven". >> pam: and get ready for another night of the big chill. i'm pam moore. kron4 news is next. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at five. >> pam: an attempted kidnapping caught on surveillance camera. a man grabs a woman -- right outside the open doors of a city bus. it happened in milpitas tuesday. and police are searching for the pair. kron 4's rob fladeboe is live tonight at the scene of this brazen assault. rob? >> reporter:number 217 pulled up at a stop here on east calaveras boulevard and >> reporter:opened it's doors. police sergeant raj maharaj says the surveillance video, captured by a camera on the bus, jibes with the story told by the bus driver, who called 911. >> reporter:
the video shows a violent struggle. the man can be heard referencing a bag at first held by the woman, who in turn is shouting for the driver to call police, who are treating this as a possible kidnapping. what else could >> reporter:whatever it was occurred right across the street from milpitas city hall, un-nerving some transit riders like erick osorio. police went door to door in the neighborhood looking for happened after they moved out of range of that surveillance camera. >> reporter:relief tonight.from a family distraught after their 13- year old girl went missing over the weekend. polcie say ana elizarraras was found safe in san jose this morning. a family member apparently located the girl in the south bay around 11-am. police say ana appears to have willingly left her home sunday morning, but did not contact family or friends after leaving home. >> reporter:before today.the 13-year old was last seen in a car with three guys in pleasanton, where the family lives. >> reporter:happening now. bart trying to get to the bottom of a major malfunction that injured a number of bart riders. smokey brakes disabled a train in the tunnel between the rockridge and orinda stations this morning. once the fumes hit the passengers -- it made for a dangerous situation. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. it shows first responders on the scene,
once the train was pulled out of the tunnel. >> reporter:here's what we know. >> reporter:9 people were taken to the hospital. at least two with breathing problems. bart is calling the problem a "parking brake failure". saying there was no fire -- just brake dust. >> pam: kron fours haaziq madyun was there as the commute crisis unfolded. terisa estacio talked with freightened passengers. and maureen kelly has more on the emergency response. our team coverage starts now. >> reporter:it happened wednesday just before 8:30ama disabled bart train stops in the berkeley hills tunneldue to a parking break malfunction grinding the morning commute along the pittsburg bay point line >>"in between rockridge and the orinda station" >> reporter:bart spokesperson alicia troast >>"that parking break problem caused white smoke, there was never a fire, but there was a good amount of smoke and the smoke caused some of the passengers on board to feel sick and to not feel well from some smoke inhalation" >> reporter:emergency responders were on the scene attending to nearly a dozen passengers having trouble breathing >> reporter:the diabled train carrying 600 to 700 passengers eventually made
its way into rockridge stationhowever >>"the orinda station has been shut down" >> reporter:causing this mass of stranded bart passnegers here in the parking lotand as you can imaginesome not feeling too good about all of this >>"i am very very upset, i was on my way to work, it's always something going on with bart, this is nothing new to me so" >> reporter:overall bart service along the pittsburg baypoint line was disrupted for about 2 ½ hours.with full service resuming with slight delays until getting completely back up to speed by late afternoonin orinda haaziq madyun kron4news >> reporter:dozens of firefighters and paramedics from oakland, contra costa and orina moraga fire.swarmed both the rockrigdge and orinda stations.first believing there could be a fire on the train inside the tunnel. >>we prepare for the worst and hope for the best, but we were preparting to actively firefight and rescue people off that train if necessary
>> reporter:it turned out to be a false alarmat least in terms of needing to battle any kind of blaze >>there was no active fire there was no smoke according to bart it was brake dust causing difficulty breathing on the train >> reporter:firefighters then went from fire attack mode to triaging patients once the affected train was able to limp to the platform at the rockridge bart stop.and put nearby emergency rooms on alert. >>we had what we considered to be a mass casualty situation >> reporter:first responders attended to 11 passengers totaltwo needing immediate medical attention. >>one person with a history of ashma was complaining they were having difficulty breathing and the other person who we ahd to get off the train was in a semi conscious state >> reporter:seven with minor injuries were loaded into ambulances and sent to area hospitals. two others
refused to be transported. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> pam: todays bart malfunction is only the latest problem to occur in the last few weeks. >> pam: here is a train that caught fire at the orinda station back in october. coming up on our news at six tonight -- a look at all the problems bart has recently been experiencing. >> pam: very cold weather hitting the bay area. this a live look from san francisco -- and don't let the blue sky fool you. this was the scene in walnut creek earlier. the temperature well below freezing. and it is going to get even colder tongiht. our chief meteorologist jacqueline bennett is standing by. jacqueline >> jacqueline: we will see more call to a fortress tonight. fond of facially side already. 46 in livermore and 49 in sunnyvale. freeze a warning in effect for virtually the entire bay area except for
san francisco. temperatures will be below in the '20s everett the overnight hours. >> pam: coming up at 5:15. >> pam: our first glimpse of thethe district attorney is predator. then at 5:30. chilling new video shows. the moments leading up to the crash that killed fast and furious star paul walker. >> pam: but first. >> pam: thieves get more than they bargained for. when they make off with a truck -- dangerous cargo. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why?
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>> pam: the radioactive material that disappeared in mexico. has now been found. police say, armed robbers carjacked the driver on monday. >> pam: the truck was transporting radioactive material, known as "cobalt- 60". to a waste storage site. mexico's nuclear safety material was found hours ago near where the stolen truck was abandoned. >> pam: officials think those who took it. were unaware of the radioactive cargo on board. >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: the change officials want. after a north bay
>> pam: new tonight. >> pam: a judge set bail at 5-million dollars. for the man accused of killing another man over a playstation 4 game console. >> pam: this is a picture of the suspect. 21-year old ronnie collins of san francisco in court today. he is charged with murder and attempted robbery. >> pam: the district attorney called him a "christmas time predator." collins is accused of shooting to death, 22-year old ikenna u-wa-kah in the bayview district on sunday. >> pam: we learned in court today, u-wa-kah and his girlfriend. arranged to sell the p-s-4 to collins on instragram. when they met up by young blood park, instead of pulling out money, collins pulled out a gun. the d-a said, u-wa-kah tried to give collins the playstation, but collins, said "naw". shot u-wa-kah four times. then took off. >> what makes it more upsetting to me it was daylight certainly other
people could have been killed as well serious could have been killed as well. >> >> pam: collins will be back in court on monday for his arraingment. >> pam: the deadly shooting of a santa rosa teen by a deputy, could lead to police department changes. officials want to add lapel uniforms. in light of recent protests over the shooting, officials also endorsed work on a memorial park for andy lopez. >> pam: the moves were made in an effort to restore public trust in the wake of the shooting. >> pam: the cameras would cost the city 250-thousand dollars, and the park plans will be discussed again in
two months. >> pam: lopez was shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff's deputy erick gelhaus in october. >> pam: gelhaus told investigators he believed the replica b-b gun lopez was carrying was an assault rifle. >> reporter: new images from the idaho search for a missing san jose man and his family.and just recently, that search was called off for the night?????? >> reporter:dale smith was flying his single engine plane with four other family members on board sunday when he lost contact with air traffic control. >> reporter:smith's wife, janice, says if there's no sign of the plane or people on it today.the search may be scaled back tomorrow. >> reporter:at least 18 new search and rescue members were on the ground today.scouring the frigid, mountainous area of central idaho where smith was trying to make an emergency landing.
>> reporter:they took off from oregon, and were heading to montana when smith reported engine trouble and wanted to make an emergency landing sunday. >> reporter:the 51-year old smith is co-founder and ceo of a san jose software company serial-tek. also on board, two of his children and their significant others. >> pam: one bay area city trying to put a stop to e-cigarettes those are electronic cigarettes that allows users to inhale nicotine vapor rather than tobacco fumes. richmond city council voted to adopt the ordinace banning its use in enclosed public spaces yesterday. >> pam: fines can be up to 1-thousand dollars. city leaders and health advocates believe the smokeless devices may be dangerous to smokers and those around them. >> pam: the city will review the ordinance a second time early next year. and if approved, will become law 90 days later.
>> jacqueline: 49 up in san francisco. it will get down right freezing tonight. literally. you see low 30's and the high 20s. quite chilly freezing morning in of fact for all of the bay area except for san francisco. icy roads are possible so please take your time tomorrow morning. the light blue represents the freeze a warning and the dark blue represents the hard freeze corporate '20s through the delta also through the north bay can set for cisco is not under the free spirit san francisco is not under the freeze warning. icy roads
are possible so please take it easy out there. a lot of twenties on the board with 24 and nab up, 24 fairfield, 1226 and 31 and half moon bay. certainly approaching record territory out there tomorrow morning. here is a list of expected low temperature and record for that day. san rafael and livermore not come close but napa will break a record there and same thing in oakland >> jacqueline: extended forecast after the
call tomorrow we have trained to deal with on friday. and to saturday still quite chilly street frost and freeze warnings expected skirted >> pam: >> pam: next. >> pam: the unprecedented courtroom fight. the defense a woman ticketed for wearing google glass the defense a woman ticketed fi love watching tvglass outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
>> pam: new details emerging in the unprecedented google glass courtroom fight. you may remember that a california woman was ticketed while wearing the new technology. cecilia abadie pleaded not guilty in traffic court. now her case heads to trial. steve fiorina explains why the google glass user believes the law is on her side. >> reporter:it's difficult to tell if the google glass is actually operating.
>>it's exactly like now; the device is physically on but it's not active and the screen is off. if i do this or this, the screen lights up. >>we tried to do a point of view shot. not easily shown on television; it's like seeing ghost writing in the corner of your line of sight. cecilia abadie was wearing the google glass when pulled over for speeding at i-15 near aero drive in late speeding and driving with a monitor visible to the driver. >> reporter:she's fighting both tickets. >>miss abadie was driving; according to here she was not watching the google glass, although she did have it on her face.
>>our defense is she wasn't driving with it on but it did come on after she was contacted by the officer. >> reporter:she's one of the first in the country to test the google glass, which won't be in stores until next year. california law specifies the device has to be operating, so her court case could prove ground-breaking. >>we seem to have these old laws trying to be applied to new technology. when these laws were designed technology did not exist. i believe this technology might help solve the problem with cell phones in cars. >> pam: google's website contains an advisory about using the headgear while driving. using the headgear while driving[ female announcer ] for those who love sweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar for just a buck eighty-eight. and that magic thing that makes everyone want another only two ninety-nine for challenge butter. and when hands get messy, quite surely they'll say, yum! wow! yay! what a sweeter holiday. safeway. ingredients for life.
the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: new details in the death of actor paul walker. a coroner's report says walker initially survived a horrific car crash. but died moments later from injuries sustained at impact and from the resulting fire.
>> pam: the fast and the furious star was a passenger in the red porsche carerra gt involved in the accident. meantime -- a new video is shedding new light on the death of actor paul walker. casey wian reports. >> reporter:chilling new video showing the crash that killed actor paul walker and his friend, roger rodas. >> reporter:at the moment of impact -- you can see a light pole and tree fall. smoke is faintly visible at first -- then begins to billow heavily. but it took 60 seconds between the time of the crash and the first signs of smoke -- when the porsche burst into flames. ♪ "we've heard of heroic efforts to try to pull the men out but it was too late. it's the lonely 60 seconds of no smoke, no fire in the porsche carrera gt when those men were inside that vehicle obviously unable to get out." >> reporter:the autopsy results on the remains of the victims are complete but not being released because of a "security hold."
>> reporter:investigators continue to search for answers about what caused the accident -- they say they have not found any evidence of a fluid leak from the car at the scene -- which could have indicated that the car became difficult to control. >> reporter:production on "fast and furious 7" -- which walker had been working on at the time of his death -- remains on hold. shooting on the film had been scheduled to resume this week -- but was canceled monday and tuesday. the studio declined to say when shooting would resume. >> reporter:devoted fans continue to grieve at the makeshift memorial -- lining the street with mementos of the star. >>"i'm just glad that every time i saw him, i told him i loved him and he would say the same thing to me." >> reporter:the walker family has not made plans for a memorial service. >> reporter:they issued a statement expressing thanks for "the outpouring of love and goodwill from his many fans and friends." they've asked fans to show their support by donating to his charity "reach out
worldwide." >> reporter:"paul founded the organization with the genuine desire to help others, and it's important to his family to keep his memory alive." >> reporter:casey wian, cnn, los angeles. >> pam: the driver, roger rodas, was killed from "multiple traumatic injuries," according to the new autopsy report. toxicology results are still pending and could take several weeks. >> pam: earlier, universal pictures announced they were halting production on "fast and furious 7" for an undetermined amount of time in the wake of walker's death. >> reporter:kyung lah gets a rare chance to ride in what can be a dangerous but exhilarating porsche >> q. are taming a wild animal and you have to be afraid of it to be safe in
the car. >> reporter:answers could be coming soon in the crash that killed fast and furious star paul walker. >> reporter: german driving is 0 owner that allowed one of our reporters to drive around with them. >> reporter:we may soon know for certain whether walker or friend roger rodas was behind the wheel of the porsche carrera gt, when it crashed into a lightpole and went up in flames. >> reporter:new surveillance video shows a tree falling over from the impact. the fire doesn't start for about a minute or when it does, it burns with and burning the occupants beyond recognition. both rodas and walker were car buffs and racing teammates. the carerra gt, though not a race-car as such, is the closest you can get to one and still be street legal. it's got more power than some racers, as kyung lah found out. >> reporter:riding in a porsche carrera g-t is simply visceral.
carsick. it's like flying on the road and it is terrifying. but strangely fun. we're going out for a bit of a joy ride >> reporter: michael weinreb's porsche he's an attorney by day amateur driver by night. one of the few owners of the nearly 13-hundred 2005 carerra g-t's ever made. >>it's more zero to 100 time that's more impressive which is under seven seconds. the steering on the car is so tight and responsive there's almost nothing like it in terms of road feel. top speed 208 miles per hour weinreb's supercar has been souped up from 612 horsepower to 660. >> pam: san francisco city attorney dennis herrera is enforcing the city's lobbying ordinace in a first of its kind lawsuit. >> pam: in court papers filed today. >> pam: herrera accused former san francisco supervisor michael yaki of failing to register and filing the required decision makers about fire >> pam: yaki, an attorney, represented a local company. late 90's. and has is a political anaylst on kron 4.
>> pam: obamacare faces another legal battle as the white house starts a three- week public relations campaign to re-market the affordable care act. >> pam: andrew spencer reports some institutions want to make sure the health care reforms don't infringe on their religious freedoms. >> reporter:the university of notre dame fines for failing to provide employees with insurance plans that cover birth control -- even though contraception runs counter to the teachings of catholicism. >> reporter:the catholic university is re-filing its lawsuit just as the obama administration starts a three-week media blitz to re-market the affordable care act and encourage more people to sign up. >> reporter:.but ultimately, this will all be decided in court. the supreme court will decide whether private companies can refuse to offer certain insurance benefits -- but their ruling isn't expected until well into next year. >> reporter: cited such lawsuits -- as well as the botched roll-out of healthcare-dot-gov -- as evidence the affordable care act won't work. >>"this bill is fundamentally flawed, causing people to lose the doctor of their choice, causing them to lose their health plan. as if that isn't enough, they're having to pay much higher prices at the same time."
>> reporter:.but president barack obama says some republicans just want to see his signature health care reform fail. >>"if you've got good ideas. bring 'em to me. let's go. but, we're not repealing it as long as i'm president." >> reporter:.and you can expect white house officials to keep touting the benefits of obamacare as republicans continue to pound the negatives over the next three weeks. i'm andrew spencer, reporting. >> pam: vice president joe biden arrived in china this morning where he faces a delicate balancing act his visit was originally meant to focus on economic issues. but instead comes at a time of rising regional tension. >> pam: he arrived after a stop in japan -- where he promised to press beijing about its new "air defense identification zone." that is also a concern in south korea. the last leg of biden's asia tour. >> pam: former vice president dick cheney expressed regret that his daughters aired their differences on same-sex marriage in public. >> pam: on tuesday, cheney said he was surprised and preferred the rift stay within the family. the feud began when liz cheney, a candidate for senate in wyoming, told fox news she supports traditional marriage. >> pam:
the interview prompted a series of facebook posts from her sister mary, who is gay, and her wife, heather poe. >> jacqueline: we will be in the 20's and 30's every well else except for san francisco. 43 in antioch, 42 and daly city right now. the bay area what it and the 2:00 hour we will see more of those 20 degree temperatures. very cold conditions that is the reason behind the freeze warning. the light blue on a screen is a freeze warning in a dark blue and is a hard freeze on maureen thought it was all but the cold frigid weather coming up.
>> pam: coming up at 5:45. >> pam: what a cop allegedly told some rowdy kids on a bus. to earn himself a suspension. but next. the bay area getting into the holiday spirit. >> pam: now for a look at today's closing stock numbers. stocks are ending mostly lower as investors weigh conflicting economic reports and assess the outlook for federal reserve stimulus. i love watching tv outside.
it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: we asked for pictures of your holiday decorations. and here's a few sent in by the first from marie. the second from --- dawn. the third from -- john. and send us your pictures to breaking news at kron-4 dot com. or in a facebook message -- and you might see yours on air. we're getting you in the holiday spirit with another kron local special, amazing holiday lights. our one-hour show takes you live all around the bay
your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar for just a buck eighty-eight. and that magic thing that makes everyone want another only two ninety-nine for challenge butter. and when hands get messy, quite surely they'll say, yum! wow! yay! what a sweeter holiday. safeway. ingredients for life.
>> reporter:she could not focus >> reporter: 1 officer dreary the ride is what he said that at him suspended. >> reporter: i have no tolerance for this spirit expect more out of 12 and 13 year olds. >> reporter: you want to act like crazy stay at home. >> reporter: that part swearing to a student is not caught on tape. >> i was very surprised to hear about this we do not expect this of our officers. we found the facts and found
out that they match. >> reporter: news is spreading like wildfire out of the county. >> is ridiculous. but this is not call for apple this is just for this is just not called for. >> reporter: >> pam: gurrieri and collins have been assigned to complete 40 hours of community service. they will also complete additional training. on verbal communication. >> jacqueline: we see freezing conditions. the ice is the top layer turning into a sheet of ice tonight. frigid once again with icy roads possible out the door
tomorrow morning so please take your time >> jacqueline: we will talk more about that in a moment but first a freeze morning is in affect for the bay area of the hard freeze is in dark blue and the regular freeze is like blue. the not under the freeze warning is that francisco. we will see several hours of the sub's zero temperatures. so let's take a look at the numbers out the door tomorrow what 24 and half ball, 25 in fairfield, 29 in redwood city at 26 in pleasanton and livermore. thirty and half moon bay. 39 degrees in san francisco.
san rafael you concede the record tomorrow napa we can break the record there and the same thing in oakland and san francisco. it will be very similar to today. you would need jacket all day long. the satellite radar picture showing conditions over the bay area. cold temperatures we will be seen. based on dropping down from the north moving into friday indurain will likely hit into the evening hours. futurecast clear conditions by midnight but then in the morning our clout it increases. cloud increases. >> jacqueline: several degrees cooler than what we
saw today. chile both saturday and sunday especially saturday morning. >> pam: and arctic snap is slamming the northeast. this video from a snow storm hitting north dakota. they'll crash is also been reported in the area. the icy blast is expected to be followed by another later in the week. this means a long those of brutal cold weather than hasn't been seen since the late nineties.
>> pam: barry bonds' mansion getting a price cut! the former giants home run king put his beverly hills home on the market back in january. >> pam: but real estate experts say its still on the market. and now getting a deep discount! >> pam: about 1 point 5 million dollars below a previous asking price. bonds was originally asking for 25 million dollars. he bought the home for 8 million dollars back in 2002.
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>> reporter: to a story in space is their big gains this holiday season. the dream the popular picks are characters. pixar >> reporter: call of duty ghost this new game that exhibition features a nude and tense story. a new intense story featuring multi players >> pam: was the money has been put on hold coming up
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>> pam: tonight at 6 a freeze warning and a fact throughout the bay area. people bundled up as temperatures are expected to dip even farther. this morning it was chilly enough's for a thin ice layer to from on top of some cars. at and sent mateo county there were patches of black ice. some patches were found near the bunker hill
exit off highway 280. the c h p says to take extra precautions on the roads. kron4 chief meteorologist jacqueline bandit is tracking the brisk temperatures. >> jacqueline: frost on the windshield like we have been telling you. please give yourself some time and be careful on the roadways because iced is a possibility. in fairfield is 39 and 41 in daly city. at 37 and a bob dole already. la vita >> jacqueline: temperatures will be even colder and those spots. and now the san francisco is the only place not in deepfreeze morning.
freeze morning >> jacqueline: west take a look at the temperatures in your neighborhood and top marine in the forecast coming up some rain >> pam: and disturbing altercation called by aaron ac transit bus killed pulled up tuesday evening. police says that's just the video. a man and woman fought over a back and then demand track the one that over a grass barm into parking lot over a
nearby office park. the woman screaming for the bus driver to call police. stuff >> on the 400 block as she stopped by the bus she announced a man no and feed mill altercation. she called the police >> pam: back to that surveillance video, police says it's possible this was a robbery or some kind of domestic dispute. they only had a vague description of the couple. police say both people thought to be asian. the man and his thirty said the woman in her 20s. >> pam: a man accused of shooting and killing a man in san francisco over a
place station for game consoles made his first appearance today. running columns face charges of murder and attempted robbery. kron 4 justine waldman was in court where we learned more about what happened during the crime. >> reporter: in the on march prison suit 21 years old ronnie collins listened as a judge said his bill at $5 million. the district attorney's office called him a christmas time predator. >> reporter: he is charged with murder and attempted robbery accused of shooting to death a man over a place station for. >> reporter: colins is
accused of killing 22 year old ikenna uwakah seen in these photos. the assistant district attorney explained what investigators believe happened on sunday in the bay below it was his girlfriend who arranged and mr. gramm to sell the p s four to collins. at the meeting point, by yuch blood part instead of pulling out cash to be the case as collins pulled out a gun and you call what tried to give him the peak as for. his family came to court to see their loved ones accused killer but declined to comment on the case. district attorney george bass, called it very disturbing
>> pam: the bart train was stuck in the berkeley hills tunnel between the orlando and barack richard bart stations hundreds of passengers stranded aboard the train triggering major delays on the bay point this burke line. at least nine passengers were taken to the hospital. dozens complained of breathing problems caused by smoke from brick dust. >> pam: the emergency in the tunnel brought out a large response approximately 50 firefighters and paramedics from oakland and contra costa county board called the bart platform on either side of the berkeley hills. after it was determined that there was no fire, and the affected train was able to make it to the barack bridge bart station, first responders went into a tree gosh mold helping those
passengers who had been having a hard time breaking or breathing because of the best inside the train cars. oakland fire since they helped 11 people total including two patients who were immediate need of medical attention attention. >> pam: seven other patients or minor injuries also sent by ambulance to area hospitals. two more refuse to be transported. >> i was scared. i was scared for the mostly because of elderly people in this situation what can you do? people on the train did their best trying to help them out. like the doctors and nurses. >> pam: this morning train
problem is just another point of frustration for barred passengers kron4 haazig my new report they were at ask of sat with today's now function as they were with the board's overall service this year. >> reporter: poor communication with bart passengers. you have no idea what is going on? >> i may still don't have any idea what's going on >> reporter: was going on? another service disruption >> there's no train service and early stuck here. >> reporter: some bart passengers say they've had enough. >> you know with all the
bart strike in all of that, is just one more thing. >> reporter: that is how strand our passengers here at the orlando bart station or filling wednesday morning when a train malfunction stop the transit system here on the pittsburgh bay 0.9 for nearly three hours bart spokesperson alicia roast >> there's been a lot of delays on bart recently we must apologize for that we very much apologize for the wild year is spent at bart. >> the train became disabled in the tunnel. it >> reporter: however some say this recent service disruption is just another reminder of the turbulent year >> this is just very disturbing >> i am very upset, it's
always something quinn on with the bark, this is nothing new to me. >> reporter: and orlando haazig madyun kron 4 news. >> reporter: 2 bart workers were killed when a manager in training hit them on the tracks in walnut creek in pleasanton >> pam: what is going to happen to be production of the fast and furious 7 movie. plus hacker still nearly 2 million user passwords to several social media websites. and e-mail accounts. how to tell if you've been hacked plus dozens of widows stranded out in the shallow florida everglades national park would challenger's crew space as they tried to get them back into deep waters
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>> pam: an autopsy shows "fast & furious" star paul walker was killed in a car crash by the combined effects of the impact and subsequent fire. the fast and the furious star was a passenger in the red porsche carerra g-t involved in the accident. the coroner's report shows driver, roger rodas, was killed from multiple traumatic injuries. toxicology results are still pending and could take several weeks. >> pam: in the wake of walker's death -- universal pictures announced they were halting production on "fast and furious 7" for an undetermined amount of time. >> pam: the seventh installment of the street racing series had begun shooting in september.but universal pictures says the movie is far from being complete. >> pam: paul walker wasn't just an actor -- many that knew him say was a charitable man. pat harvey speaks to one california couple who is expressing their gratitude. after learning walker paid for their engagement ring.
>>"it's still to this day the most generous thing anyone has ever done for me," says. >> reporter:victorville couple, kristen and kyle upham never got that perfect ring when the quickly married before kyle left for his army deployment to iraq. but in 2004 they say actor paul walker made that wish come true while the couple was shopping for a ring in santa barbara. >>"i noticed there was someone else in there but didn't give it much thought and we started looking at rings and what not and he kept wanting me to go bigger and i kept saying 'no look at the prices." >> reporter:kyle struck up a conversation with walker and figured out who he was. >>"when we were talking you know we exchanged names you know, kind of talked about what each of us did." >>"and when he found out kyle had just come back i remember seeing the look in his face, he it kind of transformed."
>> reporter:kyle and krysten left the store without a ring but a short time later the salesperson called them back. "one of the ladies came out holding a bag and just simply said, 'here's your ring' and i think both of our mouths dropped. and i think after a couple of minutes of shellshocked it finally sunk in and we were like well how, who bought it? she just smiled at me and said it was better not to say. >> reporter:the couple recently found out who bought the ring story with reporters following walker's death. >> pam: tonight rescue teams are expanding their search for the missing plane and san jose pilot. authorities say there was a total of five people on board. the plane disappeared in the mountains of central idaho sunday. >> pam: five planes and two helicopters were used to grid the entire search area teams are also using infrared radar in an attempt to find a possible wreckage.
>> pam: tonight 60 people are taking part in the search as officials continue to look for a faint emergency locator transmitter signal thought to be picked up yesterday. >> pam: coming up on kron 4 news at 8. we bring you a closer look at where this search is taking place. >> reporter: controlled by the actors and such as facebook and others like compromise such as e-mail and global and the tube with facebook hit the worst. 60,000 yellow fortune by pocket accounts 4500 twitter accounts at least an account. facebook has released a statement as precautions we have unseated a password reset. intiated a
password reset for people who passwords were released. >> jacqueline: icy roads possible. sonny skies but chile still with temperatures low. this talk more about the code freeze warnings and a fact. the only place not under the pact is san francisco. widespread frosty conditions for several hours. you want
to give yourself some extra time a lot of twenties out there. 24 and napa, 26 in santa rosasunnyvale. it will ber in san francisco at 39 degrees definitely approaching record history. getting close to record temperatures in san rafael napa, come close and richmond oakland and san francisco thrift into the afternoon not too much recovery of temperatures it will be another chilly one. as with the up to the north
breaking rain into friday. not seen anything just yet the rain looks more for the afternoon. we do have a chance of snow here locally and low is a thousand feet. tomorrow, another cold day chile this weekend and will be dried but the temperatures are very cold. >> pam: mother nature dropped 6 to 9 inches at homewood mountain resort yesterday and the frigid temps are letting snow- makers work round the clock. >> pam: skies were clear today. but the resort is expecting another system is
on the way into tahoe and could bring nearly a foot to the summit he resort has not set an opening date. >> pam: the holiday season in full swing. people across the bay area decorating their homes with lights and displays. these are pictures a viewer sent us from brentwood. share your holiday lights photos with us or facebook or you can email us at breaking news at kron-4 dot com. we'd love to share it on the air and on our website. >> pam: we're getting you in the holiday spirit with another kron local special. we'll take you live all around the bay bringing you some spectacular holiday lightings and holidays festivities. kron 4's amazing holiday lights, friday december 13th at 9 right after kron-4 news at 8. >> pam: coming up!
>>"she showed us the receipt that had shown that the guys had left $5.000.00" coming up. >> pam: after a mystery donor left generous tips at two bay area restaurants. the same group dropped another big surprise in indiana. >> reporter: be sure to turn into kron 4 news at 8:00 p.m. i will surely tell you more about it! gabe slate [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets
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woman and man tuesday evening about 6:00 p.m.. the bus driver appeared to her that the woman was fighting the man off. >> reporter: the man accused of murder and attempted robbery over a place station for faced a judge for the first time. accused of shooting to death a 22 year old when agreed to buy a piece station p.s. 4. when he shot and killed the victim after even after the victim agreed to give him the p s four. adjusting waldman kron 4 news.
>> reporter: bart service to aid to our standstill during the morning commute because of a parking brake issue. it >> smoke caused some of the passengers on board to feel sick. nearly a dozen passengers were treated. >> reporter: continuing our coverage here at the rock ridge bart station. it was a chaotic scene. firefighters rushing down the escalator in to be and lands some people had to be placed on stretchers. they found one person semiconscious and the other hat and as matt asthma
attack. >> reporter: dozen responders war on the scene attending to nearly a dozen passengers. what ought to be smoke was break the dust. they went into a triage mode because some passengers were having problems breathing. two passengers needed an immediate medical attention and others with minor injuries are issues. >> reporter: third straight day continuing to scoured the wilderness video from today's search and rescue efforts. unfortunately they were unable to find that rest aircraft. kron 4 news
>> pam: accused of approaching two women on separate nights the suspect ran off with both victims purses spirit suffering minor injuries at the suspect was 10 in. wide wearing 160 lbs. as described. >> jacqueline: temperatures will be in the '20s or even longer. range of temperatures falling between 24 and 32 degrees. icy roads possible tomorrow morning. so definitely give
yourself more time. a lot of twenties on the board. on the south bay and 31 and one that and >> jacqueline: extended forecast with chilly conditions friday, changes with long-range saturday and sunday will remain dry but frigid start to the day. twenties and low 30's. >> pam: sonoma raceway put up a wall designed to try and stop people from using
the race or wait lot to make illegal u-turn. and after kron4 stanley robert visit to the race to it earlier this week the chp says is sought a huge drop of people making illegal u- turn spirit here's part two and a special series of people behaving badly. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: i have called it the great wall of sonoma and it was put into place because of any given comedic date you would find 60 cars trying to make you terms at the same time. despite be no u-turn signs and the major crackdown by the california highway patrol. >> reporter: because drivers knew that on private property all bets were off until the wahl was added did added confusion and shoot >> reporter: never in my
life have i receive so many people calling my bosses and sending e-mail to not to be included in the story. like this lady who clamped i never identified myself to her and that i was like to make crookback >> reporter: and this lady asking and leave her and her job out the story. these guys rode by and was pulled over for a legal tented blondel's. tinted windows >> reporter: how did you know i had a tent on the front?tint >> reporter: is that was in the turn light and with street instead issued a warning was in the turn lane and was issued a
>> pam: big software companies are betting the next big trend in personal computers will be of the wearable kind. there's already google glasswell how about a smart- bra? microsoft says it's already developing just such a bra. and it seems the device would serve a real benefit for women.for instance on
diets. >> pam: researchers say the smart-bra they're creating will be embedded with physiological sensors. the sensors will monitor >> pam: heart activity to keep track of emotions and to help combat overeating. the sensors would signal the wearer's smart-phone.which would in turn flash a message to help the wearer stay on her diet. >> pam: coming up. caught on camera. a driverless car cruising on the interstate. where the witness saw the car's owner. i love watching tv outside.
and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
>> pam: driving in snow storm, a salt lake city man got a shock on the interstate when he noticed the car next to him -- had no driver. he managed to get video of the bizarre sight. chris miller takes a look. >> reporter:highway patrol were inundated with calls due to the large number of incidents caused by the snow storm. officers didn't have any additional information about the driverless accident. the whereabouts of the car are unknown. >> reporter: he was kind of
sliming the fist making pretty negative remarks. >> reporter: scaping him on 515. >> reporter: i had no idea if his people kicked him out a what? >> reporter: it is a reminder to him with the how winter weather affects the road waste. rolled away road ways >> catherine: >> jacqueline: this is the doc-dish and the sheet of
ice that froze on top of the dog dish. >> jacqueline: we are at 35 and fairfield, 39 in antioch. tonight, another frosty in freezing night with icy roads which it is a possibility. please give yourself some time tomorrow morning and drive slower. for the friday more changes. in the bay area virtually the entire bay area under a freeze morning except for san francisco. it will be even colder them. there >> jacqueline: drives a
little slower which temperatures out the door. and really cold you may not want even leave the house in the morning. >> jacqueline: relatively 1 mark in san francisco with 39 degrees tomorrow morning third we are approaching record territory for tomorrow morning. forecast temperatures there are other records for san rafael. livermore seems like it'll stay the same. into the afternoon well, it will not get much we have a storm to
i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
gives his true feelings (male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> reporter:welcome back everyone. >> reporter:the 49ers now a three point favorite to beat seattle in what is likely the second to last game ever at candlestick park..and the national media is jumping all over this game. jim harbaugh graces the cover of this weeks sports illustrated. >> reporter:.now despite the photo author austin murphy writes that harbaugh is softer and saner than you might think. .and harbaugh is quoted as saying, "i'm not trying to be a jerk, i'm just more serious about winning." >> reporter:harbaugh and the 49ers were back at work today preparing for the seahawks colin kaepernick has thrown 1 touchdown and 4 interceptions in two blowout losses to seattle but back to harbaugh who was hanging out with his high school coach earl hansen who you can see on the left in the gray sweat shirt coach hansen announced his retirment monday after 26 years 4 section titles and a state championship at palo alto high school harbaugh talked about his former
coach today >> congratulate him on a stellar career. wonderful life, you know. >> reporter:kaepernick admitted today what most of us already knew.he doesn't much care for the media. >> let it all fly. >> obligation to do. >> reporter: that is a good one. it does not care for the process of talking to the medium. media.
>> pam: he just made a simple statement. it >> reporter: i am just here to play football pass it. that's it >> reporter:tomlin fined $100k >> reporter: mike tomlin was fined $100,000 today stepping onto the field and impeding the baltimore raven jacoby jones in last week's thanksgiving day game >> reporter: is more going stays upright and play well you may not see much of terrell prior-year maybe and eight option play. but not as a starting quarterback. if mcgoin stays upright and plays well.
>> reporter:the nfl may also dock pittsburgh a draft pick, "because the conduct affected a play on the field." the fine is the second-largest ever handed out to an nfl coach. tomlin apologized yesterday for the incident but insists it was >> reporter: monad scheduled premiere of sports night live with gary radnich which is being delayed until next week the 12th. is a little under the weather, he will be fine. featured on the show is warriors star stephanie and curried carrot >> pam: of course we are
"omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> were they killed by the initial impact or by the explosion that ensued? >> paul walker's girlfriend left grief-stricken. >> and why his last film could now be flat. the couple revealing the generous secret. >> i want people to know how nice he was. >> more secrets spilled? celebrity chef. her husband's alleged abuse and home cocaine use. >> emotional last day at gma. is a shakeup in the works? >> happen oo on the inside. >> and michael yo and britney. >> then a weight loss wednesday half ton killer revealed. and --
>> ♪ i will survive ♪ >> disco queen's real life survival story. >> i woke up the next morning paralyzed from the waist down. >> now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access. celebrity news, "omg! insider." paul walker's autopsy results have been released. meanwhile his 23-year-old girlfriend left in tears trying to cope with this tragedy. i'm kevin frazier. >> i'm thea andrews. this story is continuing. new surveillance, what it reveals about paul's last moments. >> this as his girlfriend tries to make sense of her loss. wiping tears, hugging friends, and overcome with grief. paul walker's girlfriend, jasmine, makes an emotional visit to the actor's home in santa barbara yesterday. the college student spent three hours at the house near the beach where she was comforted by two male friends. there is news today about how paul walker died. the coroner ruled his death an accident and provided another startling clue. >> there are disturbing new details about the car crash that