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continue to track these storms for you all evening long. test test test test test te sttonight, the crash horror caught on camera. the moment of a jet careened into an apartment building exploding. among the dead are seven people from one company. what happened in the terrifying final seconds. blizzard and tornado warnings, a wild mix of weathehe threatening 60 m mlion people. some taking shelter as barrel exclusive, an unarmed man diedhile restrained in police custody, tasered over and over again by three police officers and we have the trail of video. and the biggest shopping spree ever. bigger than black friday and cyber monday combined. a billion dollars in 8 minutes. why so many people are boyning in to -- joining in to spoil themselves.
right now. good evening. we start with the moment of impact. surveillance video has emerged capturing the fatal catch of a bubuness jet into an akron, ohio, apartment complex, killing nine people. on the tape, the plane appearing as a dark flash just behind the trees. then in the upper left corner of the screen, exploding into a fire ball. the tape, a critical clue for investors trying to understand why the jet went down. night we know more about the victims and about the conditions the pilots were facing. nbc's john yang is in akron with new details. >> reporter: in akron, ohio, today, officials sorted through the charred wreckage of the twib engine siness jet killing all nine on board. surveillance video captured the moment. behind the trees, the plane slammed into an apartment building, bursting into a cloud of spoke.
today the ntsb zeroed in on one possible cause. >> weather, in fact, is one of the key areas that we'll be looking at very carefully. >> the jet was approachinakron, fulton airport shortlyly before 3:000.m. it was foggy an misting. the ceiling 400 feet and visibility just 1.5 miles was barely ove the faa landing mandated conditions. moments after emerging from the clouds, it hitting the building. >> an airplane just crashed into a house in front of me. >> it has limited landing guidance as joe weather by who used the field gularly. >> you get down to the minimums, and you see the runway or you don't. >> reporter: witnesses said the pilot appeared to be trying to gain altitude. today we learn the left wing hit the ground before thehe plane slammed into thth building and um an embankment. before sunrise this morning, the last hopes were dashed. her sister diane smoot
smoot and six colleagues work for a property management firm in boca raton, florida. the identity of the others and the two pilots still not released. monday night, smoot had texted her sister the grueling two-day itinerary as they visit properties across the midwest. >> they wanted to get her more exposure and thin like that and have her be part of the team. >> reporter: the victims remains were recovered today by some of the same forensic archeologists who recovered the remains from 9/11 flight 93 in shanksville, pennsylvania. officialal say it will take days to identify the dead. lester. >> john yang in akron tonight. thank you. another deadly explosion caught on video. keep an eye on the upper part of your screen. the roof blown off a house in new jersey. one person was killed. 15 others were hurt. pulled from the two-family home. investigators a trying to determine if it was a gas line explosioio tonight tens of
taking shelter from a huge storm churning across the country. triggering both blizzard warnings and tornado warnings. a wild mix as this powerful system slides from west to east. reported tornados already today and a dangerous night ahead. stephanie gosk is in the storm zone. >> reporter: a dangerous triple threat tonight. blblzard conontions, tornado warnings. >> the storms are moving fast. >> reporter: and powerful tropical storm force wind gusts are bearing down on much of the country. reports of several tornados already. as tens of millions are in the storm's vicious path. >> watch out for the west winds coming out of here across iowa this evening. i think gusts up to 60 are possible. >> reporter: winds so fierce, moving at highway speeds. more than 50 milil per hour. toppling this tractor-trailer in iowa. nbc's casey hunt forced to take shelter outside ofes moines while on the campaign trail.
we had to take shelter at the walk eagan firehouse. >> the same system is moving east quickly and now the system will trigger severe storms and possible tornados f fm the midwest t t texas overnight. >> reporter: in colorado, blinding snow caused cars to veer off highways. >> we saw one vehicle flip. but it's very, very bad it. was very slick. i was actually getting very worried about the conditions. >> reporter: hundreds of flight delays and ground crews at denver international scrambled to clear the runways. from texas to north dakota, violent winds reducing visibility to nearly zero in several cities. >> it is freezing rain and sleet is pretty bad. people tend to go too fast. >> rorter: residences in several states on alert as the ststms tear through the midwest. the wind and rain are picking up here in st. louis. missouri is bracing for the thrust of this storm over the next few hours. large swaths of the statat are under
tornado and severe thunderstorm watches. it is going to be a tough night here, lester. >> stephanie gosk, thank you. tensions over race haveurned to fear at the university of missouri. at a school already rocked by a student revolt. many students are now afraid to go to class over threats that were made after student-led protests forced out the college president and chancellor. our jacob rascon has more from the increasingly empty-looking campus. >> reporter: a cloud of confusion and fear now overshadowed the university of missouri. afterolice arrested 19-year-old hunter park on a charge of making terrorist threats. allegedly posting on the social media site yik yak, i'm going to stand my ground tomorrow and shoot everybody -- every black person i see. adding don't go to campus tomorrow and we will kill you. some students started packing their bags. >> i think people are terrified. i honestly think
people a a thinking of of another ferguson. >> reporter: adding to the hysteria, a black student hed ridiculing black students. online the story took onon life of its own. rumors that the kkk had descended on campus. but the rumors proved false. the student body president apolozed for unknowingly spreading sinformation. manyny professors canceled class. police out in force as worried parents called students to rush home. >> come on. >> it is super crazy. the thought of a pepeeful protest and now there is all of this backlash. >> i can't believe this is happening here. >> reporter: the university struggled to get back to a regular schedule but even the starbucksas closed. >> it is like a ghost town. >> reporter: this area of campus would normally be packed at this time of day but many have decided it is not worth the risk. still many students tried to go on with their lives. >> i ihink a lot of it was blown out of
proportion. >> reporter: in new york at ithaca college, hundreds staged a rally, calling on their president to step down. evidence the missouri movement may be spreading. and tonight many students who packed up their bags and left are now returning to the university, hoping their movement hasn't lost its momentum. lester. >> jacob, thank you. more than 13 million people tuned in to watch the 2016 republican candidates face-off in last night's main debate. and they saw indicate candidates with aa veryy different vision for the party and for the country. and they are all battling to lead. here is hallie jackson. >> reporter: in a race defined by personalities, gop candidates are fresh off a debate dominated by policy instead. [ overlapping speakers ] >> reporter: firing moments on fox business network revealing dramatic divisions in the republican party, about immigration, foreren policy and tax reform.
what it means to be conservative. >> what happened after the debate ended last night was a real fight for the hearts and souls of republican primimy voters around issues that used to unite our party and now divide a lot of republican primary voters. >> reporter: on zrgs, john kasich and jeb bu taking aim at trump plan to deport an estimated 11 million immigrants. >> they are doing high fives in the clinton campaign when they hear this. >> reporter: hillary clinton piling on as trump points to precedent. deportations in the 50s under eisenhower, an operation witha name now so offensive it is considered a slur. trump elaborating with katy tur. >> they are were dropping off people in the desert and others were shipped off on cargo trips. how would your plan be different. >> very humanly done. >> how? >> it is a whole management thing.
it is called good management. >> reporter: on foreign policy, marco rubio's hawkish stance a stark contrast to rand paul. >> how is it conservative to add a trillion dollars in military expenditures. >> we can't have an economy if we are not safe. >> and on taxes, ben carson getting rid of tax breaks for charity donations. his donations on the other hand, rolling in. >> reporter: carson saide raised a million dollars since e debate and the campaign of marco rubio opening his south carolina headquarters tonight said he has seen a record surge in donations. jeb bush, meanwhile, coming off what many consider his best debate performance is picking up support on this veterans day from bob dole, the nominee two decades ago who lost to a clinton. lester. >> hallie jackson. thank you. for the first time since allegations of widespread doping among russian athletes surfaced this week, putin addressed accusations that his country encouraged
athletes to cheat. with a friday deadline looming with possible suspensions for the 2016 rio games, putin himsmsf has promised to cooperate with the investigation. nbc's keir simmons reports. >> reporter: vladimir putin welcoming the world to sochi for last year's winter olympics where russia won 33 medals, more than any other country. but today in sochi, he was scrambling to contain a doping scandal that could bar russian athleteu from next year's olympipi. >> we have identified possible criminal violations. >> reporter: accused of state-sponsored doping of the athletes at sochi and the 2012 london games, russia was at first defiant. but today putin acknowledged that russia has a problem. promising what he called the most open and professional cooperation with internional anti-doping structures thx week's damming report said agents off putin's security service, the former kgb, were present in a
lab where athletes samples were tested. report said russian athletic officials going back to 2012 were guilty of deceit, corruption, collusion and zoying test results an sack tajjing the games. medals may now be withdrawn and reallocated, including to some americans. how the alleged cheating was allowed remains unanswered. police are investigating allegations against international athletic officials and president putin warned ominously tonight, doping is not just a russian problem. keir simmons, nbc news, london. still ahead here tonight, new outrage over police who shot their tasers at a man 20 times, each jolt packing 50,000 volts. his final moments captured on video is exclusively obtained by msnbc. does the officers use excessive force. also the biggest shopping day in the world. and the amazon rival
that made a billion dollars in just the first ei watching football together from the national weather service. severe thunderstorm warning for tama county. 4 pm) nwsbot: local stormreport by nws dmx:centerville [appanoose co, ia] trained spotter reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:35 pm cst -- trained spotter reported numerous branches upwards of 6 inches of diameter down as well as a tree approximately 3 feet in ddameter. time radar estimated. kcci-frank.scaglione has joined the room media-daniel.kayser has joined the room kcrg-chhis.havely hhs left the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: dmx cancels
thunderstorm wqrning for appanoose [[media-daniel.kayser has lee the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: alleman [polk co, ia] law enforcement reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:41 pm cst -- trees down (4:06 pm) nwssot: des moinins,ia (dsm) asos indicator) reports tornado kdsm 112154z cor 24008kt 10sm few014 few075 sct090 bkn200 17/12 a2923
trained spotter reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:35 pm cst -- trained spotter reported numerous branches u uwards of 6 inches of diameter down as well as a tree approximately 3 feet in diamettr. time radaa estimated. kcci-frank.scaglione has joined the room media-daniel.kayser has joined the room kcrg-chris.havely has left the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: dmx cancels severe thunderstorm warning for
[iamedia-daniel.kayser has left the roooo (4:05 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: alleman [polk co, ia] law enforcement reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:41 pm cst -- trees down (4:06 pm) nwswst: des moinene,ia (dsm) asos (caution: maintenance check indicator) reports tornado kdsm 112154z cor 24008kt 10sm few014 few075 sct090 bkn200 17/12 a2923 rmk ao2 pk wnd 17046/2130 wshft 2119 rae48 tsb09e45 slp896
from the national weather service. severe thunderstorm warning for tama couny. 4 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: centerville [appanoose co, ia] trained spotter reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:35 pm cst -- trained spotter reported numerous branches upwards of6 inches of diameter dowow as well as a tree approximately 3 feet in diameter. time radar estimated. kcci-frank.scaglione has joined the room media-daniel.kayser has joined the roomm kcrg-chris.havely has left the room
thunderstorm warning for appapaose [iamedia-daniel.kayser has left the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: alleman [polk co, ia] law enforcement reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:41 pm cst -- trees down (4:06 pm) nwsbot: des moines,ia (dsm) asos (caution: maintenance check indicator) reports tornado kdsm 112154z cor 24008kt 10sm few014 few075 sct090 bkn200 17/12 a2923 rmk ao2 pk wnd 17046/2130 wshft 2119 rae48 tsb09e45 slp896 tornado b30e40 mov ne ocnl ltgiccg dsnt n-se cb dsnt n-se mov ne p0018 t016701 $ (4:06 pm) nwsdmx- beerends: west des
from the national weather service. severe thunderstorm warning for tama county. 4 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: centerville [appanoose co, ia] trained spotter reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:35 pm cst -- trrined spotter reported numerous branches upwards of 6 inches of diameter down as well as a tree approximately 3 feet in diameter. time radar estimated. kcci-frank.scaglione has joined the room media-daniel.kayser has joined the room kcrg-chris.havely has left the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: dmx cancels severe thunderstorm warning foror appanoose [iamedia-daniel.kayser has left the room (4:05 pm) nwsbot: local storm report by nws dmx: a aleman [polk cc, ia] law enforcement reports tstm wnd dmg at 03:41 pm cst -- trees down (4:06 pm) nwsbot: des moines,ia
(dsm) asos (caution: maintenance check indicator) reports tornado kdsm 112154z cor 24008kt 10sm few014 few075 sct090 bkn200 17/12 a2923 rmk ao2 pk wnd 17046/2130 wshft 2119 rae48 tsb09e45 slp896 tornado b30e40 mov ne ocnl ltgiccg dsnt n-se cb dsnt n-se mov ne p0018 t016701 $ (4:06 pm) nwsdmx- beerends: west des moines pd reports the westbound exit ramp @ jordan creek underwater/impassible - most likely due to short burst of heavy rain. expect it to clear s that heaviest, maybe a little after 7:00, the heaviest of the
rain wil come to end. again, as we take the track off that, we will show you what we just did. there's where the track was. we took the back edge of the yellow shaded coloring, heaviest of the rain, now moving to the north and east. these areas in the light green and darker green, yes, still some rain, but not the thunderstorms that pushed through the ar, and then we start to dry out. and this is what we can anticipate as we head through the eveneng and into the overnight hours. back out a little bit, take a look, zooming in a littl tighter to the severe
>> severe thunderstorm warning for delaware. >> we will show you those areas that are covered, severe thunderstorm warning, as we anticipated this particular area will be now under a severe thunderstorm warning. there it is right there, new warning as it comes out. there's dubuque. the stormrm is going to be southeast of dubuque, does include delaware, dubuque -- excuse me, north of that line. it does include city of dubuque, jones, jackson, dubuque and delaware county, that will be e east of manchester, does include dyeyeville. this line in particular as it swings to the north and east towards balltown. dubuque under severe thundetorm warning.
bernard under sere thunderstorm warning, monticello also under the severe thunderstorm warning. we are looking at showers and thunderstorms across the area. we will put a track on that line, and again this is moving very rapidly, the wind in the upper levels. atmosphere just racing across the area. that's the guide of these storms. the track on this, 5:57, the tte, cascad keep in mind, showers and thunderstorms are already going across the area, it is this line that we are putting a track on to give you the indication of where the best chance of seeing d daging straight-line wind is expected. so areas near dyersville 6:12, guttenberg, 6:25, dubuque 6:31. the track on the back end of that, close to 7:00. so it gives you a window of between now and 7:00, but between 6:30 and about 7:00, that's when this area of thunderstorm will pass through
dubuque. so still showers and thunderstorms all across the area, still have that tornado warning, that's why we are on the air still across the region. that's for cedar and jones county. that is until6:15. that takes us into half of our nheor thi wednesday evening. oxford junction, over towards clarence, still the potential of seeing an isolated tornado spin up within that area. we have -- on we have not had any tornadoes reported here in eastern iowa that we are aware of from the national weather service spotters, we have got all the trained spotters out there. general public hasn't reported anything, but t there has beeeen some damage in central and western iowa, whether that's tornado-related or damaging straight-line wind-related, we'll have to make an assessment or the national weather r rvice will do that as we head through the day tomorrow. now, as we take a look at our storm track 7 live weather network camera, in dubuque, where we are looking across
look towards the west, and we will see clouds as well as some rain and thunderstorms generally across the entire area, and showers and thunderstorms area wide. so we will continue to track thesesstorms as they move across the area. again, showers and thunderstorms, another look from hotel julian in dubuque. another shot of that. people on the road, dealing with the wet roadways out there. maybe some ponding occasionally, with some of the heavier downpours, as these thunderstorms continue to track in the northeasterly direction. there's your new warning that's out. it does include all of dubuque county, as well a as the eastern part of delaware county, yes, including the city of manchester, it do not include the city of manchester, but just to the eastn you are looking at heavier manchester. that continues to move northeastward. south and west, cedar rapids, iowa city, williamsburg, no risk of severe weather here. hopefully for the rest of th season, until maybe spring.