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this morning. breaking news, unrest in the streets of milwaukee. >> we are asking every resident of the community to do everything they can to help us restore order. >> violence erupts overnight, hours after a fatal officer-involved shooting. >> we have to go through the process to find justice, but we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods. >> buildings and cars, set on fire.
shots fired. people arrested. >> this community has sat back and witnessed how milwaukee, wisconsin, and has become the worst place to live for african-americans in the entire country. this is a warning cry. where'd you go from here? >> we have live team coverage, on the ground and in the air, as the community deals with the aftermath left behind. >> the siton unfolding in milwaukee is making headlines all across the country. video from overnight shows fires burning at several local buildings. >> other businesses were broken into and looted, as police in riot gear work to contain crowds of people. all of this has been taking place in the same general neighborhood, near sherman and burleigh. but here's a map showing some of the other main locations in the surrounding area. we are staying on the air this morning with continuing coverage. we have a team of crews covering
we want to get you caught up with what happened overnight. multiple buildings were set on fire. including, a b.p. gas station, o'reilly auto parts, b-mo harris bank, jet beauty supply, and pj's supermarket. firefighters could not get to those fires right away, because of security concerns. that's because police say shots were being fired all across the neighborhood. >> at the same time as those fires other businesses were broken into, and looted. at least one car was set on fire. three squad cars were damaged. one officer was injured when a brick was thrown at a squad car windshield. we've learned that multiple people were arrested during all of this, overnight. as of midnight, mayor tom barrett said 3 people were arrested. our crews across the neighborhood saw at least two other people also being taken into custody in the hours afterwards. it's been a busy morning for first-responders. >> milwaukee police say they have restored order to the areas involved. our live coverage starts with
>> the mayor was joined by four aldermen at about midnight. a came as the fires were still burning about 10 blocks away. this started with a car fire and a squad fire escalating to the bp gas station that has been the site of numerous protests the owner's son fired shots to disperse the crowd he considered threatening. six building fires and all. numerous shots were fired, including in the area of the responding firefighters, which means they had to stay back for a time while several properties
>> the use of social media to get additional people to the scene was amazing, how such a short period of time how many people showed up. >> police estimated at it's peak there were about 800 protesters. the chief stressed most of them came from other areas, not from that sherman park neighborhood. >> other business owners in that neighborhood are also waking up to check their buildings. >> that includes a beauty supply store and an auto parts store near fond du lac and burleigh. wisn 12 news' sheldon dutes is live this morning, with more of the damage left behind. >> now that the sun is coming up and daylight is more prevalent now, we can see more of the
in, where the flames ripped through the awnings and so forth. video from last night, what it looks like when fire crews were trying to get a handle on this. they had buckets elevated above the building. they were drenching the building, trying to get it under control. there waal nearby at the supermarket. people in that area are devastated by what they are saying. >> i see they are tearing up the streets, doing damage, it is sad. it is real said. people did not raise their kids
you have kids doing whatever they want to do, selling drugs, disrespecting people. it is not right. >> a look at 44th and burleigh. crews got that fire under control before midnight. next of that was where the b moe harris bank, there was a fire there. of the intersection. last night, fire crews responding to it. they did not open this area until around 4:00. you can see traffic flowing freely through this part of the neighborhood. >> overnight, we got an update from milwaukee mayor tom barrett and other city leaders about the efforts to get things under control.
where people have lived for a long time and officers will work to make sure families are safe. >> we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. that means, parents of young people, there are a lot of young people congregating home now before more damage is done. we are going to stay on this. >> restoring kong was the theme of the -- restoring calm was the theme of the press conference. >> we are calling on everyone to
help restore calm in these neighborhoods. we understand the frustration that many people feel with the police community relation situation that is happening nationally. what we want to be able to do is gather the information. when we get information, we are going to share it with the public. there is to hide. we want to make sure information is going out in a timely manner. we have to go through the process of finding justice. we have to be able to restore order to these neighborhoods. think about the neighborhood these situations are happening in. collectively, we want to call on
participate. >> overnight we also heard from milwaukee alderman russell stamper, from the 15th district. >> let's listen to what he had to say. >> our community is in pain. i want to let you know the other side of the situation. god bless this city. i love this city everybody, we are going to the resources in this budget. we are going to work towards organizing this neighborhood,
the pastors are a big part of the community. they are the strengths of this community. we are going to partner with people who want to make a difference. >> it's not just buildings and cars that were damaged overnight. >> we've also seen damage to bus shelters. let's go ahead and pull up video from news chopper 12. matt salemme spotted two different bus shelters that were knocked over and tossed into the street. this was near sherman and burleigh. in that same neighborhood, a large commercial dumpster was also flipped sideways in the ben hutchison tweeted out video of officers picking up the dumpster and one of the dumpsters being moved away. >> and smoke is still rising from the bp gas station. >> wisn 12 news had crews outside mayfair mall in wauwatosa around 2:00 this morning. police were set up at every building entrance. officials tell us they received threats about the mall on social media and they responded to the mall as a precaution.
as though there were any actual incidents there. >> during the overnight unrest, we learned that one officer was injured. >> but multiple squad cars were also damaged during the situation. the milwaukee police department tweeted a photo. you can see the vehicle's windshield was smashed. this was near sherman and auer. police say at least three squads were damaged. two of them had broken windows. an officer was hurt when a brick went through the window. another squad car was set on fire. milwaukee police is the main agency hin from overnight. but several other agencies were called in to help them, including the milwaukee county sheriff's office. the sheriff's office emailed us with information about their response. they say deputies are assisting. >> the email went on to say, quote, shots fired, buildings on fire, objects thrown at law enforcement. shifts extended to be on scene, state patrol assisting on freeway to allow those patrol deputies to be at the moving scene.
by subjects at scene. bearcat deployed. deputies will remain on scene to assist in restoring order, end quote. overnight the coalition for justice sent out this tweet encouraging people to clean up from last night's mess. they plan to meet at sherman park at 8:00 a.m. to pray, clean, and hit the streets. >> the unrest started with yesterday's officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer. >> that shooting happened around 3:30 in the afternoon. milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during the chase, one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun. the officer fired on that man. the man died at the scene. a large crowd gathered while police investigated and started yelling at officers. the department of criminal investigations is now investigating. the officer, a 24-year-old, was not hurt and has been placed on administrative duty. the other suspect was taken into
now. protests overnight centered near sherman and burleigh in milwaukee. three people were arrested , that's according to the mayor. our crews captured at least two people being put into mpd police vans. there have been at least six fires set overnight, including one at a b.p. gas station. that building is destroyed. three people were inside that gas station when the fire started, but they got out safely. police say this all started with a fatal officer-involved shooting, sunday afternoon, near -- saturday afternoon near 44th and auer breaking news, but we want to get a check of the forecast. sally: a couple of extra clouds on deck. our temperatures reach into the low 80's. low 80's the next few days. 61, waukesha. 60, sheboygan.
a mix of sun and clouds today. extra clouds this afternoon. slight chance we take a shower. most will stay dry. patchy fog early in the morning. tuesday, mostly sunny. >> we continue to follow breaking news overnight. >> unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood, following a fatal police shooting. first responders have been out all night, fighting six different fires in that area. this is one of the buildings hardest hit. we have a team of reporters in that area.
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the department of justice is investigating that shooting. >> we have a team of reporters out this morning, covering the situation. thema: we're going to check in with nick bohr, live near district 3 headquarters. next: -- nick: the police department's communications center here served as a command center for the course of the from here. those fires started first with cars including a squad then moved to buildings, starting with a gas station and moving on to several retail stores, a bank and a liquor store. the district 3 police headquarters was also the site of an unprecedented midnight news conference here with the mayor and four alderman. i later talked with the milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm who arrived here to meet with the mayor and police officials. he said he has two roles making sure the investigation into the fatal police shooting is handled independently by the state
come from the night of fires and violence. >> any other efforts we can use to calm the situation and make sure people responsible for any criminal acts are held accountable. nick: police commanders continue to monitor the situation this morning from the communications center here. milwaukee police chief ed flynn has been keeping tabs remotely he's out of state for the a family funeral. he is being kept abreast of the situation and has been consulting. reporting live, nick bohr. >> we will have more coverage of the breaking news from overnight.
sally: a couple of extra clouds on deck for this afternoon. we are dry over the upper midwest. temperatures cool. most of our locations showing up in the 50's and 60's. we don't have a lot of heat, but temperatures are just barely above normal. a daytime high around 79. today and tomorrow, i am going 81. burlington, kenosha, 61 degrees. everyone pushes out of the 60's and into the low 80's. i anticipate extra clouds this afternoon. we will look at sunshine. you can see the lighter west
pivot across the state. it brings increasing clouds mid-to-late afternoon. maybe as early as noon or 1:00. lots in the way of morning sunshine. the afternoon hours, by 5:30, hit or miss clouds. our model tries to kick off scattered showers. at midnight, through tomorrow morning, my concern would be the development of patchy fog. not widespread fog, but the kind that would develop in the river valleys and marshy areas. tomorrow, another disturbance. you can see our model trying to get showers going on. i am going to keep tomorrow dry as well. today and tomorrow, 81 degrees. a mix of sun and clouds today.
81 tomorrow. showers hold off tuesday until later tuesday evening. summary day on thursday. we hit low to mid 80's on friday. showers and storms later. thema: we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. >> unrest in the streets of a milwaukee neighborhood. fires and a violence overnight. our team coverage continues
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sheldon: people are waking up and they are incredulous to the damage they are waking up to. look at what is surrounding them in this neighborhood. the auto shop over here, the windows smashed out from the flames and the roof caved in. i want to show you what the video looks like when firefighters were out here, trying to get the upper hand filled the area as they were trying to get it under control. the last fire truck did not leave until around 3:30 this morning. it was in the only business in the area that was dealing with issues last night. all of these businesses are within close proximity of each other.
man early this morning who was sitting outside near the grocery store. here is what he had to say about the unrest. we will get to that interview in a little bit. police officers are keeping an eye on the o'reilly building. the other two fires that happened, the beauty supply store and the b moe harris bank. police are keeping an i on that area. these roads were blocked off last night and into the morning. they have reopened to traffic. people waking up and seeing the damage left behind. >> a good look at that damage this morning. we told you about this story as it happened. it's sent right to your cell
rs. sold! >> wisn 12 news starts right now with breaking news. thema: that breaking news is in milwaukee. unrest in the streets overnight , hours after a deadly officer-involved shooting. buildings and cars destroyed, shots fired, and suspects behind bars. we have live team coverage of the damage left behind this morning. all of this has been taking ac neighborhood, near sherman and burleigh. patrick: let's show the other main locations in the surrounding area. firefighters, police, and other agencies responded this morning. it's been a very busy night. police say that order has been restored to that area. thema: our live coverage starts with wisn 12 news' nick bohr -- at district 3 headquarters. patrick: what do we know about the police response?
was substantial. police would not give us an exact number, but you can guess there were hundreds of officers mobilized from across the city. really, every district in the city. the neighborhood task force, we see them streaming by here all my long, dissenting about 10 blocks away from district three, which was really the command post for this operation. police say a social media call for protesters after the fatal police shooting of a suspect armed with a handgun led to some 800 people at its peak. vehicle fires spread to a gas station, and five other businesses before the night was out. gunfire in the area of the fires led police to keep firefighters back for a time, leading to even more damage, until police were able to restore order with the help of three swat vehicles from milwaukee, milwaukee county, and waukesha county. police were coordinating the
district three police station here. the assistant police chief giving a briefing here at midnight. >> we are monitoring the situation from the communications center. we have our supervisors paying close attention to the calls for service in the rest of the city. we still have officers patrolling the rest of the city. we extended officers on their shifts so that incoming shifts are available to take calls for service. we call officers in from home, we tried to keep the burden on the current patrol force as minimal as possible, so they can continue to police our city and keep our neighborhoods safe. nick: as of midnight, police say there were at least three arrests, but we've seen several more. one young man brought out in handcuffs. we hear from the district attorney, john chisholm, coming
live from district 3 headquarters, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. thema: sheldon dutes as his live this morning with more damage left behind. with the sun up, people are doing look at the damage. sheldon: the cars of this part of fond du lac are slowing down, people are looking at what remains of the o'reilly auto parts building. you can see just how extensive this damage is, where the fire broke through the glass, the ceiling collapsed down. that fire, i was out here last night and smoke filled the area. it took crews hours to get it all under control. this is what is left. shards of glass on the floor, a downed tree, debris scattered all over this parking lot. i want to give you a little bit of reference on where some of
too far away from each other. this general area. next to that, the bmo harris bank, also the site of where milwaukee firefighters were on the scene last night. that is three fires in very close proximity to each other. this is all going down at 9:00 and 10:00 night. i've been talking to people who live in this area, as you can imagine, they are upset and incredulous as to the damage that they are waking up to. i spoke to a woman a few hours ago, when it was still dark outside. she was still overcome in shock by the devastation that she was saying about her neighborhood on social media. take a listen to the interview.
and seeing the videos on facebook, it's sad. it's real sad. sheldon: tell me why it is so sad. >> people aren't raising their kids right. that's what it is. you have kids out here doing whatever they want to do, selling drugs and disrespect and people. it's not right. sheldon: the circumstances surrounding the shooting unanswered questions surrounding it. we won't know until the investigations are complete. a lot of frustration because of the event reaction to the damage that we saw over here. melted signs outside of this building. six businesses in this neighborhood having to clean up this morning and try to figure out where they will go from here. the streets are back open, they were closed last night. he blew moving freely in this
are moving freely in this area, walking and driving. patrick: the unrest started after yesterday's fatal officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer. thema: that shooting happened around 3:30 in the afternoon. milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun, and fired on that man. the officer fired, and he died at the scene. a large crowd gathered while police investigated and started yelling at officers. the department of criminal investigations is now investigating. the officer, a 24-year-old, was not hurt and has been placed on the other suspect was taken into custody that officer-involved shooting and the unrest overnight is something mayor tom barrett says is unsettling. patrick: here's what he said during a rare midnight press conference. tom barrett: we don't want to see anymore loss of life, anymore injuries. we are going to stay on this. our police presence is going to be very strong. we are going to work with the community. tomorrow, we will be meeting
we are going to make an all-out effort to do everything we can to restore order. this is something that is important to me, as mayor. it's important to the city. i want you to know that this is something that we are going to continue to work on theory hard. patrick: this particular neighborhood has seen a number of incidents this summer. at the end of june in the beginning of july, sherman park was the scene of confrontations. on one night, officials say about 100 teenag local business, and the county bus. thema: in late july, and employee of the b.p. gas station that burned down had a run-in with teenagers at the store, sparking protests. at one point, he fired a gun in the air near a group of teenagers. he was let go from the store and is charged with disorderly conduct. patrick: on friday night and early saturday, two men were
the aldermen representing sherman park neighborhood also spoke earlier today. thema: here's what he had to say during that midnight press conference. >> the city has watched this particular neighborhood throughout the entire summer be a powder keg. from incidents in the park, from a murder at the gas station, from the shooting at the gas station owner at children. this entire community has sat back and witnessed how milwaukee, wisconsin has become the worst place to live for african-americans in the entire country. this is the warning cry. where do we go from here? where do we go, as a community, from here? do we continue with the iniquities and the injustice, unemployment, the under education that creates these byproducts that we see this evening?
patrick: police officers have been out last night into the evening hours. milwaukee firefighters have been working all night to put out fires in the sherman park neighborhood. thema: we have a map for you of the six fires reported overnight. the first was happened at the b.p. gas station, at sherman and burleigh. that building burned to the ground. firefighters were not able to find that fire right away due to gunshots ringing out in the area. crews were able to save the other buildings in the area. patrick: another fire burn just down the street from there at o'reilly auto parts. that business is at 35th and burleigh. thema: just a few minutes later, another fire was reported at jet beauty supply, also at 35th and burleigh. then, another fire, this time, at the bmo harris bank near fond du lac and burleigh. thema: the last two fires were at two other stores. pj's supermarket at 21st and burleigh. and mjm liquor near 23rd and fond du lac. patrick: several car fires were reported overnight. here's a look at video from the milwaukee journal sentinel, showing one of those car fires
communities were also alert overnight. thema: wisn 12 news had crews in mayfair mall in wauwatosa this morning. police were set up at every building entrance. officials tell us they received threats about the mall on social media. they responded as a precaution. at this point, it is not seen as though the run the actual incidents. patrick: overnight, and learned -- we learned that multiple squad cars were damaged and one officer was injured. the vehicle's windshield was smashed. police say at least three squads were damaged, two of them had broken windows. an officer was hurt when a brick went through the window. another squad car was set on fire. thema: the milwaukee sheriff's office has been working with the police department all night to try to keep the peace. the shares office says shifts our extended and deputies will remain on scene to assist in providing order. other resources like the waukesha county sheriff's
patrick: a recap, at least three people are in custody after overnight fires and other unrest near sherman and burleigh. a gas station is destroyed. several other businesses are badly damaged. police say this all started with a fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon 44th and auer. thema: we'll continue to follow this breaking news throughout the day. patrick: but we do want to get a quick check of today's forecast. here's meteorologist sally severson. sunshine and closing in on 70 degrees. sally: early morning temperatures getting out of the 60's into the low 80's by this afternoon. today and tomorrow, we keep our eyes and 81. a touch cooler tuesday. as a move into wednesday and thursday, getting a live look at the camera at mitchell international airport early on the sunday morning. 69, over dew point temperatures 64 degrees. a letter northwest wind around this morning. here's a look at cathedral
in the upper 60's. you can see the sunshine that's in place. the call for plenty in the way of sunshine this morning, a couple of extra clouds this afternoon. just a whisper chance that we get a stray shower taking with a weak disturbance pushing across the state. i think most will be dry this afternoon with highs of 81. thema: thank you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 6:43. this morning, we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. patrick: unrest in milwaukee neighborhood police shooting. first responders have been out all night, fighting six different fires in that area. this is one of the scenes at sherman and burleigh.
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thema: we continue to follow breaking news out of milwaukee -- a night of unrest as protestors set fire to buildings in the sherman park neighborhood near sherman and burleigh. this all started in response to a fatal officer involved shooting yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the department of justice is investigating that shooting. we have a team of reporters out this morning, covering the situation in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. patrick: let's check in with
this morning near district 3 headquarters. nick: patrick and thema milwaukee mayor tom barrett was , joined here by four aldermen in what was an unprecedented news conference at midnight -- calling for calm that eventually prevailed. but the unrest roiled for hours, sparked by the fatal police shooting of a suspect armed with a loaded handgun. police say a call on social media drew at one point 800 demonstrators to the neighborhood, first damaging a squad car, then a car fire, then a squad car fire, and on to a gas station, and eventually five other businesses torched before the night was out. i talked with the district attorney john chisholm after he met with the mayor here around 12:30 this morning. john chisholm: the unfortunate thing about this, is there are a lot of really committed people living in the sherman park neighborhood who've been trying to address a lot of the issues
neighbors. and particularly trying to engage youth in productive responses to concerns in the community. so this obviously a great concern that things turned the way they did tonight. nick: a police officer was injured when a brick was thrown by demonstrator through the squad car. he's being treated for his injuries. a police squad car was struck by inside it at the time. police here tell us they've arrested at least three people, describing them as young suspect. the could be more in custody, we did see a number of other people arrested since that latest figure police gave us at midnight. reporting live in district 3 police headquarters, nick bohr, wisn 12 news this morning. patrick: the unrest overnight is part of a violent weekend in
investigating five homicides since 5:00 friday night. this is a map of those shooting scenes. four crime scenes, five killed and several more hurt. patrick: the officer-involved shooting happened yesterday afternoon in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. thema: milwaukee police say two suspects ran away from officers during a traffic stop. during the chase, police say one of the officers saw one of the suspects, a 23-year-old, had a gun, and shot the man. crowds gathered during the investigation, te things started to escalate. now, leaders across the city of milwaukee are trying to restore the peace. patrick: nick mentioned the press conference earlier today. here's what common council president ashanti hamilton had to say. ashanti hamilton: all of them are trying to work extremely hard to take care of the concerns about what people have
but we want you to know we are going to push to keep info coming to the public so there's no need for you to think anything is being hidden from the public. so please allow the process to work. allow the investigation to work. and the information will be shared with the public. thema: overnight, the coalition for justice sent out this tweet, encouraging people to clean up from last night's mess. they plan ee park at 8:00 a.m. to "pray, clean, and hit the streets." patrick: it's now 6:50. you are watching wisn 12 news. we will continue to follow this breaking news all morning. thema: but we do want to check today's forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: looking after a pleasant day weather-wise with temperatures already into the 60's. at the airport, 69 degrees in a partly cloudy sky. the dew point temperatures 64
this is about right for this time of year and this time of the morning. we will see our temperatures topped out today at right around 81 degrees. we are looking at some high cloudiness around for us, whether action continues to be to the south and along the gulf coast if you're traveling to new orleans, they continue to get rain along much of the mississippi and louisiana and even the texas gulf coast, thanks to that stubborn area of low pressure. call your airline if you're traveling south. quiet with dominant high-pressure. heading to state fair, you picked a good day. 80 degrees by midafternoon. there is just a slight chance of an isolated shower area a weak disturbance is going to give it across the state this afternoon. we might take out a shower, but i think most will stay dry. here we are at 7:00 a.m., overall look at southwest breezes. you can see abundant sunshine in place through the morning. it's this afternoon with a couple of clouds trying to get going.
couple of struggles going. most of us stay dry. it will be quite overnight with some patchy fog possible for us early monday morning. and then we call for sunshine in the morning on monday, increasing clouds once again tomorrow afternoon. i don't agree get wet tomorrow afternoon, i think what are chances hold off until tuesday night, wednesday, and once again thursday and friday. low 80's today and tomorrow with a few extra clouds this afternoon. we are little cooler on tuesday, with a steady warm u for rain this week thursday night and friday. thema: thank you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 6:52. this morning, we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. patrick: a fatal officer-involved shooting and then fires, violence, and arrests in a milwaukee neighborhood in the hours that followed. here's a look at sherman and burleigh this morning, a gas station burned to the ground.
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the damage overhead at sherman and burleigh. there were six fires last night primarily in the sherman park , neighborhood. this fires followed a fatal officer-involved shooting, saturday afternoon, in the area. that is a b.p. gas station burned to the ground. ben hutchison has been on this story all morning. thema: he also covered yesterday's officer-involved shooting that police say may have sparked this. ben is live near the b.p. gas station at sherman and burleigh, and with the sun up this morning, we can see the extent of that damage. ben: thema and patrick, we w first time since police left the area about a half hour ago. take a look at the building. you can actually smell the results of the fire and the rubble. the roof completely collapsed in. the entire building is a total loss year the gas station. we continue to look to the left here, you can see these three cars that are totally burned out. a lot people are gathering out here right now, taking pictures.
shocked by what happened. and they are not happy about it. a live around here and they say it's an embarrassment to see this type of thing happen here in milwaukee. that's not how they want to be seen by other people. we do have a view from above, you can probably get a better look at this corner here at sherman and burleigh and what it really looks like. you can probably see right through to the ground with all the rubble and everything with the building. it's truly completely destroyed out here. this morning, police have left the area but we will continue to bring you updates from sherman and burleigh later on in the newscast. back to you. patrick: that was the o'reilly auto parts store we had overhead. we first told about this story right as it happened in a breaking news alert. it's sent right to your cell phone. if you don't have our app, just search wisn in your app store. you can also find complete coverage of the unrest in milwaukee on wisn.com. thema: wisn 12 news time is 6:57.
patrick: more team coverage with ben hutchison, nick bohr, and sheldon dutes is on the way. we will check in with matt salemme in news chopper 12. flying over the auto parts store, this is one of six buildings that burned in the sherman park neighborhood. we will get a live report from at coming up in just a moment.