tv KRON 4 News at 11 KRON July 28, 2017 1:45am-2:01am PDT
you can see the on the streets. there are signs telling everyone your valuables near lombard signs reading don't leave any bags in your car and while it may too late for jennifer and her family staying in reno so driving to reno with a broken window or staying here making arrangements to get it fixed i don't know what i'm you can avoid don't leave thing in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (steve) another devastating blow to the republican senators... as an obamacare repeal fails once again.... thanks for joining us i'm steve aveson... (pam) and i'm pam moore... grant lodes joins us now with details on the decision to defeat the "skinny bill" grant? (grant) the so-called skinny repeal bill failed...a big fat blow for republican leadership in congress and in the white house. republican senator john mc- cain...battling aggressive brain cancer...lived up to him maverick moniker and went against his party...voting not against the republoican alternative to obamacare. he was one of three gop senators to oppose the bill. here's what was on the table...and part of the issue
some had was...gop senate leadership only revealed this a few hours ago... would have repealed the individual and employer mandate...meaning people and companies (grant) the so-called skinny repeal bill failed...a big fat blow for republican leadership in congress and in the white house.senator john cain...battling aggressive brain cancer...lived up to him maverick moniker and went against his party...voting not against republoican alternative to obamacare. he was one of three gop senators to oppose the bill. here's what was on the table...and part of the issue some had was...gop senate leadership only revealed this a few hours ago... would have repealed the individual and employer mandate...meaning people and companies would no longer be required to have insurance. it would have also gotten rid of the medical device tax...which taxes businesses selling medical devices and is much less controversial. medicaid expansion and protections for people with pre-existing conditions would have stayed... but tonight the non-
partisan congressional budget office announced that 16 million americans would lose their coverage if the skinny repeal bill went into ffect.e for seven years...republic ans have been talking about repealing and replacing the affordable care act...tonight...it's unnclear exactly how the republicsns in congress and the white house will move forward from here. but certainly, a big win for democrats tonight. (pam) another big story tonight: the deadly accident at the ohio state fair -- triggering a shutdown of similar rides around the world -- and here in the bay area. the accident happened on wednesday killing an 18-year-old man and injuring seven others.two people remain in critical condition. ohio's governor says it's too early to tell what caused the ride brake apart... the ohio state fair is open.....but no rides are being operated. they're closed until more
testing and the investigation is complete.. many people who witnessed the tragic moment... say they're still traumatized... (pam) this is a photo of 18- year-old tyrell jarrell....who was thrown off the ride and diedfrom his injuries. his girlfirend was also on that ride she was seriously injured... jarrell was fresh out of high school and had enlisted in the marines only about a week ago.. the marines issued a statement tonight...calling him a brave young man who had stepped up to serve his country.. (steve)(oncam) california has a separate division that oversees the permits and
inspection of amusement rides. today, agents with cal osha were on scene at cal expo in sacramento... going over every inch of the fire ball ride there. inspectors are also going to take a look at the five other similar rides in california. a spokesperson says they've asked california amusement parks to shutdown similar rides indefinately.. until they find out what caused the accident -- and if a fix is needed. california amusement park rides receive annual inspections as well as unannounced visits to ensure safety. (steve) this was the scene
in santa cruz - the fireball ride shut down there as well. a spokesperson for the santa cruz beach boardwalk says they are in talks with the manufacturer... and the ride will stay closed until the state gives them the all clear. (pam) new tonight at eleven... police are investigating a deadly stabbing in half moon bay... sheriff's deputies say it all started around seven p- m... a fight broke out in front of a home on main street... which led to a stabbing... two men were stabbed... one died at the scene... one person has been arrested... the person who died has not yet been identified... (steve) a very unusual mistake ... has a north bay neighborhood seeing red -- literally.(pam) a cal fire air tanker accidentally dropped fire retardant over homes in windsor.... (steve) kron4's hermela aregawi shows the big mess it caused as it landed on houses, cars and sidewalks. a messy surprise for this windsor neighborhood.just
after noon, a cal fire helicopeter mistakenly poured bright pink fire retardant on more than a dozen vehicles. about nine homes and over bushes and sidewalksmatthew henry/witness; we looked outside and saw red drops. so we opened the door and it was amazing how much red was in the neighborhood. i mean our neighbors car which was is white was just drenched in pink and red. so the first thing was is it going to stain our cars. is it going to stay on our buildings. we were immediately grabbing houses and trying to wash it off with whatever we can find. windsor city staff covered the storm drains to make sure the retardant didn't get in there. and fire officials showed up on scene to wash down houses and cars.neighbors who showed up in the aftermath initially though the worst had happened. richard daniel/witness oh my god i think there is a fire at the house because they were over here. parking in front of here. parked right in front of my house and so as i drove up a little closer they had the street blocked off and i just saw all the red fire retardant. people that live in the nieghborhood were concerned that the substance was unsafe for their children and pets.
karen danie/witness because they're out bad during the day. and my concern was that it had come across and had gotten in our backyard. it didn't obviously hit them so they were fine. and actually the firefigher said if it did let us know. we'll make sure they're okay.a cal fire spokesman says the retardant is not toxic and there are no health concerns.(hermela aregawi)we know the calfire tanker was making a landing at the nearby sonoma airport when it sent the fire retardant down.but why it happened is still under investigation. reporting in windsor, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. in the east bay. police are looking for the man who attacked a woman in oakland. take a look at the survaillence video.. the woman can be seen walking in oakland's fruitvale neighborhood.. when she turns the corner a man walking the opposite way elbows her in the face.. she falls backwards hitting her head on
the curb.. her family says as a result she could lose sight in one of her eyes... they also say she never knew the suspect and was simply walking to the store when the man assaulted her. "maria claros says find the guy. because he could do it to more people. more ladies. he's very dangerous on the streets."sot"maria claros says she walked to go pick up food for the family." oakland police are investigating the attack.. they have not identified a suspect yet. (pam) coming up... hot conditions hitting the bay area... but how long will they last?(steve) chief meteorologist brittney shipp is back with your complete forecast....
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