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good morning, america. breaking overnight, drug lord's escape. the notorious el chapo breaking out of a mexican prison for the second time. did he tunnel his way out? the massive manhunt under way right now for the kingpin on the run. bizarre beach blast. summer fun in the sun turned into horror. the huge explosion sending a woman flying into the air. >> respond now salty brian beach for a subject who's pinned under rocks. >> how did this happen? the search in the sand this morning. battered by the ball. >> foul ball into the seats. >> the fan at fenway struck in the stands right in the forehead, what she's saying about that close encounter this morning. and only on "good morning america" -- the wimbledon wonder
woman. serena williams firing winner after winner to take her sixth wimbledon crown, toying with that trophy and savoring another serena slam. her exclusive sit-down with lara spencer to talk about her amazing streak. >> game, set, match, good morning, america. good morning. much more with serena coming up. but we want to start here with the breaking news. he has done it again. one year after he was captured and paraded in front of cameras el chapo, arguably the most powerful drug trafficker on earth, has escaped again. >> virtually vanishing in thin air. his full name is joaquin guzman. but he goes by "elchapo." he's the head of the cartel that controls much of the flow of cocaine, marijuana and meth into america. he's estimated to be worth more
than a $1 billion. this morning, there's a massive manhunt, they have closed the local airport. abc's mara schiavocampo is on the story. good morning. >> reporter: paula, good morning. his capture was hailed as a huge victory for the mexican government. but this escape no doubt a major blow, some local media reports that he escaped through a tunnel connected to the prison shower. it's the second time he's foiled authorities this kind of way. more than a decade reportedly escaping from a prison in a laundry cart. overnight, joaquin "el chapo" guzman, mexico's top drug lord escaping from prison a second time. this time, disappearing from one of the world's toughest jails and mexico's most secured prisons. >> this is a very high-security jail. i'm completely astonished by this. >> reporter: mexican officials confirming that guzman was last seen on surveillance video on his way to a shower. he didn't re-emerged.
guards rushing to find an empty cell. last seen by the public in 2014, the murderous criminal in handcuffs surrounded by mexico paramilitary officers. >> he's sometimes called the osama bin laden of drug trafficking. >> reporter: strikingly similar to what he used to escape capture. mexican authorities revealing these images. including this entrance, concealed by the shower. just days before his capture in february 2014, using one of those tunnels beneath a mexican hotel to elude authorities. >> el chapo's one of the most creative drug traffickers the world has ever seen. >> reporter: this morning, shutting down nearby airports and launching a massive search operation. guzman was captured in february 2014 after more than a decade on the run. he faces multifederal drug trafficking indictments in the u.s.
and was on the d.e.a.'s most wanted list. guzman headed the powerful cartel, believed to now control most of the major crossing points for drug at the u.s. border with mexico. now, before guzman's capture last year, the u.s. had offered $55 million reward leading to his arrest. as for the u.s. indictments we haven't heard back. >> the mexican attorney general told the ap the risk of escape does not exist, clearly he was wrong. >> one thing that this man is known for is he pays off local residents and authorities to stay on the run and assist in his escape. we're going to move now to a mystery on a popular beach in new england. a bomb squad rushing to this beach, an explosion under the sand sent a woman flying. so, what happened here? abc's mary bruce is on the scene. mary, good morning. >> reporter: hey, dan, good morning.
it was right here, just behind me yesterday morning, where beachgoers say they heard a low rumbling and then a loud boom. that sounded like a grenade. this morning, police investigating a mysterious, terrifying explosion on a popular rhode island beach saturday morning. so powerful eyewitnesses say it was like a volcanic eruption. >> respond now for a subject who's pinned under rocks. >> i could feel the whole thing like a mini-earthquake. >> reporter: the blast so strong it launched a 50-year-old woman into the air, slamming her into nearby rocks. emergency responders rushing her to a hospital. her condition this morning remains unknown. >> basically sent her flying up in the air and she landed face down. >> reporter: the packed beach evacuated. a bomb squad racing to the scene to investigate. the blast appearing to come from beneath the sand, but what caused this? >> we have no evidence or
indication that there was a device, this could be natural, it could be manmade. >> reporter: several beachgoers said they smelled gas after the explosion. according to the local gas and electric authorities, there are no gas lines along this beach. >> this is unusual, this is very unusual. hence the precaution in clearing the beach. >> reporter: now, authorities here have carefully combed through the area, their investigation is now complete. and they say there are no remaining public safety concerns. this beach will be open today. paula. >> a mystery indeed. mary bruce, thank you. and we want to scare now to some scary moments in the sky, passengers injured with extreme turbulence coming into our capital. abc's devin dwyer joins us from washington. >> reporter: good morning, these two flights packed with passengers flying the same route, and they hit rough air. on a day with mostly clear
skies. the severe turbulence seemed to strike out of nowhere, jolting two united airlines planes just minutes apart, both on final approach. >> we have a report of multiple injuries on aircraft. turbulence. >> reporter: united 1597,. about 20 minutes from landing, at least some passengers still up in the aisle. >> reports of three passengers injured. >> it was strong. >> reporter: one woman injured said to be waiting for the lavatory, two flight attendants were also hurt. the boeing 737 touching down just before 4:48 p.m., the pilots immediately calling for medical assistance. three people were treated on the scene and take on the the hospital for further evaluation. >> also we have coming in some turbulence again. >> reporter: just 14 minutes later, a second plane, united 1774 from san francisco also rocked by turbulence, descending above the same airport, the
pilot requesting ems but then cancelling the call after passengers appeared okay. >> people thrown around and possibly injured in two different airplanes going through the same patch of turbulence at the same time. we don't know where they were yet on this particular sequence. but that is a very unusual occurrence. >> now the faa says 58 people are injured by turbulence on u.s. flights each year. most of them not wearing their seat belts. this morning, passengers and crew thankful that more people weren't up in the aisle and injured. dan. >> devin, thank you. and if you'll excuse me the pun, we're going to move to the man creating serious turbulence now in the race to the white house. donald trump, despite the fact that many business partners are cutting ties with him, he's clearly drawing crowds
and he's running strong in the polls. let's bring in abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos. >> he fired up that crowd last night. >> he did. how do we explain his appeal given the fact that his fellow republicans are running away from him and his business partners are cutting ties. >> the republican chairman said it best. trump has struck a nerve after the electorate. there's a big populous sentiment, anti-immigrant sentiment and trump is hitting in that. at the same time you also have no candidate has more republicans against him, saying they'll vote for him under no circumstances, donald trump as well. it's hard to see him have the staying power to get the nomination but right now, he's clearly on fire. >> how worried are the republican partly elders about the trump candidacy? >> well, reince priebus called trump this week, congratulating
him on how well he's doing but maybe you should tone down some of this rhetoric. they don't believe he can get the nomination. the big fear is, he goes out, even if he doesn't get the nomination, runs as a third-party candidate in the general election. remember, ross perot did that in 1992. that's when bill clinton won. >> george, thank you. and reminder, george will have much more on donald trump's impact on the race coming up on "this week." he'll sit-down with carly fiorina. later this morning right here on abc. >> that was an enthusiastic crowd. we're enthusiastic to send things over to ron claiborne. what are you tracking this morning? we'll begin with another death in police custody. this in tuscaloosa, alabama, 35-year-old anthony ware collapsed and died after police chased him into a wooded area. local prosecutors say the incident was caught on dash cam
and also on body cam. but the footage won't be released until the investigation is concluded. the six officers involved will remain on duty in the meantime. and now to latin america, where pope francis is wrapping up his weeklong trip to that region. the pontiff gave a rousing speech, urging the people of paraguay to work towards social justice. he also denounced official corruption. pope enjoyed rock star status on his trip to three south american countries. a security guy tweeting this picture of himself riding shotgun with the pontiff. nw to europe, the debt crisis in greece, a summit of all european union members today has been canceled by finance ministers are meeting. the leader of the euro group called the negotiations very difficult at this stage, without a deal greece could leave the euro currency zone. back here at home, the naacp is lifting its 15-year boycott
of south carolina now that the confederate flag has been taken down from the grounds of the state capitol in columbia. this means the nation's oldest civil rights organization can now hold conventions in that state. and, a die-hard red sox fan is back home this morning after being struck in the forehead, right there in the forehead, by a hard-hit foul ball at fenway park in boston. it left a nasty bruise. she is okay. this is the second such incident this season. last month, a fan was critically injured after being struck in the face with a broken bat. that woman is also recovering. and finally, when it comes to catching a home run ball, fans will do just about anything, check this out. san francisco giants fan, friday night, chasing a home run -- you see the home run there. watch this guy. over the fence. into the san francisco bay. but, have no fear, he did end up
getting the ball. >> because they float. >> and he was fished out with the help of a life-saver. he got the ball and he is okay. >> great picture. >> and a nice e. coli infection to go with it. all right, ron, thank you. now to a different kind of sports headline this morning and it involves serena williams, she's pretty much won everything you could win in the game of tennis with one big exception. >> that big exception we're talking about is a grand slam winning all four major championships in the same calendar year. but, now, after a decisive victory on saturday, she's one win away and lara spencer got the exclusive interview. what a weekend here at wimbledon, capped off by this woman, the 2015 champion, serena williams. how does that sound? >> it sounds amazing. it sounds really exciting.
it's still hard to believe, but i'm happy. it has sunk in but i still -- i'm so excited to have the opportunity to win. you know, my goal of the year was to win wimbledon. >> why wimbledon? why was that the goal? >> i hadn't win it in a few years. it's that time. i need to win wimbledon again. so, this year, just had a different approach of just staying relaxed and just staying in the moment and staying focused one match at a time. >> you scared me, my friend. >> me, too. i was scared. >> two consecutive double faults, is serena feeling the pressure? >> but i hung in there and i'm here. >> balancing the trophy on your head. >> doing everything i can with the trophy because they take it away so fast. >> you just have to appreciate the moment. i notice you look at your player's box a lot, looking at your family and venus and your friends, and we won't name-drop,
but there were some very cool friends in there, does that give you comfort, does that give you energy? >> i'm that player that always looks over, is that okay? >> when you got a point, you know, it was like -- >> in your face. but, no, i just -- it gives me energy, it keeps me calm. >> it's done so serena slam 2.0. >> 2.0, it is. >> is it sweeter than serena 1.0? >> definitely, 2.0 is better. i really won four grand slams in a row? i got another serena slam. amazing feel. >> we'll see you at the u.s. open. and we'll see you guys back in new york on "good morning america" on monday. will you say good-bye to dan and paula? >> bye, dan and paula. >> the wimbledon champion, everybody. >> she said our names. >> we're like this, all of us. >> she didn't name the people in the box there, but i saw drake, i couldn't pick out any other
celebrities. notice anybody notable? >> just drake. anna wintour was there as well. >> the four majors. aussie open french open, wimbledon and the u.s. open. >> one of us knows something about sports. >> i can't see her losing the rest of this year. >> powerhouse. from sports history now to literary history. >> yes, this could be the literary event of the year. this tuesday, the release of the sequel of harper lee's "to kill a mockingbird." the new book is called "go set a watchman." it was written before "to kill a mockingbird." the biggest surprise in this new book is radically different version of the hero atticus finch. famously portrayed by gregory peck in the movie as a lawyer crusading with racial justice. this morning, millions of readers eagerly devouring a
sneak peek, the early release of a chapter from "go set a watchman." the long-awaited sequel to the american classic "to kill a mockingbird." author harper lee offering a new point of view on the cherished characters from her 1960 novel. but the new take on this literary classic offering some really surprising twists. j. >> you're going to hear some ugly talk about this. >> the sequel opens with the scout making her annual trip home from new york to macon junction, now fully grown and grappling with love and big brother has been written out of "watchman." lee shocking readers saying, he dropped dead in his tracks one day. but the biggest shock has to do with dedicated father and champion of equal rights atticus finch, depicted as a proponent of segregation. at one point in the new book,
atticus reportedly tells his daughter, scout, that the african-americans are still quote in their childhood as a people. >> it's not done a 180. it's just a new dimension. >> reporter: despite this shocking plot changes, the one chapter teaser that was just released is leaving lee's fans eager for more. "go set a watchman" is the most preordered book on amazon since the final "harry potter." many flocking to the author's hometown specifically to buy it. it's really hard to overstate the potential cultural impact of this change in atticus finch, this is a guy who people were naming their children after them. and now, we see him attending kkk meetings. >> right, you mentioned it. lot of these folks name their child after him, they don't want to read this book. this book was written before she wrote "mockingbird."
>> this is not a sequel. now, this is a different story with the same characters, right. >> well, it was written before the now-american classic. and so, there are questions, did she sees this as a sequel or something she shelved and redid? >> she hasn't said. >> lot of interesting stuff swirling around. lot of storms. storms of the weather variety. cheryl scott from chicago is back in for rob today. millions bracing around the country for severe storms. >> the severe risk is heightened late tonight into the day tomorrow. but we're going to take you to some live video of yesterday, we captured the intense rain coming down in parts of minnesota. you can see the heavy rain, the flooding, the flash flooding, this is a concern yet again for the same area across the midwest. severe risk will be in parts of minnesota into northern iowa. violent winds today.
also, large hail. and a few tornadoes. the severe risk goes into the day tomorrow, too. chicago metro area, you're in the bull's eye. we're talking damaging winds, also tornadoes in the forecast for the day tomorrow. so you need to have a severe weather safety plan ready to go. severe weather, yes, also excessive heat. we have excessive heat warnings for parts of kansas city and missouri. heat index, triple digits. steamy day tomorrow. lawrence is going to feel like 112 out for you.
>> stormy and hot, but cool on the california coast today, so enjoy that. >> i think we may actually go to the beach. >> really? >> in california? >> not in california. probably one over here on the east coast, and hopefully, i don't lose any of the children. >> she's setting a low bar. >> backup kids. >> a couple of backups. you're my backup child. coming up on "good morning america" -- we have the desperate search that continues for a missing mom, this morning, what her sister is tearfully saying about her disappearance. plus, she's the abc news fixer helping a flier with travel insurance problems. and new clues just revealed in the newly released trailer for the upcoming "batman versus superman" blockbuster. why are the crime fighters
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♪ ♪ oh, shake it. this looks like manny from "modern family" but it's not. we want you to check out this little kid, he has all the moves, we can't get enough of it, he knows he's being filmed. he definitely has the rhythm. we'll have more of this talented young man with the one and only rachel smith coming up in "pop news." dan, you move similar to that. >> to be that free. to be that unself-conscious. >> dan was studying the moves. >> i was studying the moves from an academic -- not to put in practice. >> thank you. also coming up here, the well-known piano player who hit bit of a sour note with his travel insurance. what you need to know before you book your next story.
but first, here a story we have been following closely, the search of a mother of five missing for a week. >> her sister is speaking out this morning after authorities searched the home that crystal and her boyfriend shared. abc's marci gonzalez joins us with more this morning. good morning, marcis. >> reporter: good morning. they searched a house and a car parked outside. police not saying if anything about what they found. they try to retrace her steps. this morning, search teams in kentucky still desperately looking for any sign of this missing mother of five, since crystal rogers' disappearance more than a week ago, police finding only one major clue -- her car on the side of a highway with a flat tire, her keys, purse and uncharged cell phone still inside. >> we're not going to give up. we're just going to keep searching. >> reporter: rogers' sister sharing her concerns that the father of her two kids may know
something. rogers stayed up late july 3rd. by the time he woke up the next morning she was gone. >> the stories don't add up. you just don't go to bed one night and not know that she's gone and not worried that she's left the baby. he has not offered once to search or help, or do anything for the family. >> reporter: police say houk has been cooperative, he went on nancy grace to defend himself. >> some people have accused you of not being involved enough in the search efforts. what is your response? >> i'm 100% completely innocent in this. >> reporter: today, the small kentucky community, putting signs in their yards and prayers on their lips, optimistic, they'll soon be answered. >> we'll find her. >> reporter: and houk said that he took a polygraph test but the results were inconclusive.
the family is urging him to retake it. there's also a $71,000 for information leading to her safe return. >> urging him to retake it, interesting. >> the youngest is 2. he admitted they had a contentious relationship. thank you. and we want to check back in with ron, with more on how one of the most powerful drug lords escaped from prison yet again. good morning, everyone. a massive manhunt under way in mexico right now for one of the most powerful drug kingpins in the world. joaquin "el chapo" guzman has escaped for the second time. he was last seen on surveillance video on the way to shower. back here, a mystery on a popular rhode island beach, saturday, sending a woman flying. investigators shut the beach down, found no evidence of explosives. and from exploding to imploding in detroit, the motor city skyline is sporting a new
look this morning, they imploded the iconic park avenue hotel saturday nobody was inside at the time, don't worry. it was torn down to make way for a new arena for the hockey team the detroit red wings. million-reward is being offered for the return of the judy garland's ruby red slippers. >> a unanimous donor gave the money for that reward. curators say they could be worth between $2 million and $3 million. >> do we know what size they were? >> we don't know. we'll put brian ross on that. >> i apologize for paula asking a question. >> i wondered if it was going to be the step sisters, tried to shove the foot into the slipper. >> i have big feet. >> also, look up the circumference of the sun while you're at it.
let's check the weather and meteorologist cheryl scott, who we're very lucky to have this weekend filling in for rob, from wlas, our station in chicago. >> good morning. so happy to be here. we have some severe weather to talk about and a flooding threat yet again. louisville, kentucky, you're getting the rains this morning, an inch of rain in just 30 minutes. but take a look, as we head through the weekend, saturday and sunday, this is where we're looking for the intense storms to bring the heavy rains. louisville, again, a bull's eye. north carolina, you had some storms yesterday. that low is now going to push offshore. it could take on some tropical characterists, but away from land. it's great news here for the northeast. take a look yet again, enjoy this sunshine, a beautiful weekend for you, we have temperatures along the coast, near 90 degrees, so enjoy the beaches, another area feeling the heat, the desert southwest. temperatures here in the triple digits.
on the flip side, on the backside of that low, along the california coast, in the 60s and 70s there for you to enjoy. that's a look across the country. >> and this weather report has been brought to you by brand-new honda pilot. >> we have the size. size 5 or 6. depending on the width. >> no place like home. >> i wear a size 5 or 6 in fifth grade. >> yeah. have that cinderella moment. >> she was a child at the time when she made the movie that's why they're small. >> thank you. >> think about it. >> important clarification.
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americans book million of airline tickets every year. some of us take advantage of travel insurance. so we don't loss a lot of money if our plans change. >> what if you buy the insurance and still can't get your money back. that's when it's time to ce abc news fixer. ♪ >> reporter: if you think this guy looks familiar. ♪ came on in the middle of the night ♪ >> reporter: you're likely a gleek, he was the pianist on the hit tv show "glee." he's also globe-trotting music director and a ranger. and wife edie books all of his travel. >> she's super competent. >> reporter: when he needed to fly his los angeles home to new york city, she booked a ticket on expedia. expedia's insurance works like
this, if you need to change your ticket, you pay the airline fee up front and expedia pays you back. so, when brad's plans changed -- >> i gave them $200 and the plan was changed. >> she waited for her refund and waited. >> i finally get a supervisor who says to me, oh, yes, your paperwork is in the computer, and then we got disconnected. >> reporter: it was the same old song, no refund. for two months. so, was expedia changing its tune? sounds like a job for the abc news fixer. >> all of a sudden, stephanie called and was like, somebody is listening. >> sometimes you get a result. >> reporter: our fixer stephanie zimmermann called expedia immediately. the company flew into action issuing a credit for $200 the day after and apologizing for the delay. >> it's fixed. thank you, abc news fixer. >> and our abc news fixer, stephanie zimmermann joining us now in studio.
stephanie, this seems like a common problem, you book a flight and you find out you can't make it. >> it is a common problem. i hear from people all the time who had to cancel a trip due to an emergency. when that happens, with the nonrefundable ticket, you're at the mercy of the airlines.they all have different policy. >> considering all of the exemptions, do you recommend travel insurance? >> if it's an expensive trip, you should consider it, but read the policy really carefully. but many of these policies have exclusions. so, just check the fine print before you buy. >> stephanie thanks for coming in. if you have a consumer problem for the abc news fixer, you can find her at abcnews.comabcnews.com/on yahoo!. maybe she'll fix it. >> my problems are too profound for her to fix.
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♪ ♪ i don't know about you, i'm very excited to have rachel smith back. >> very ex >> thank you, sir. i got another "star wars" tidbit for you. >> bring it on. >> to satisfy that craving until september. you got to hand it to those guys at comic-con, they really know how to have some fun. with a guy that's creepy. darth vader. where else could the star wars
villain find people to play along. check this out. >> this is all spontaneous. >> absolutely. >> the choke hold on him. everyone's so game at comic-con, it's awesome. but there's no one too big or too small to be his victim whoa, gotcha. >> try that in times square. >> you might get arrested. >> his appearance is leading to speculation what kind of part he'll play in force awakens. 159 days until we find out. but who's really counting, guys? >> dan is really good at math, so he is. and also buzzing this morning, the new trailer for "batman versus superman," giving us new details about the superhero showdown. >> the world needs to know what
happened and to know what he stands for, that kind of power is very dangerous. >> superman, dangerous? what? >> batman or superman? >> superman. the man of steel testifying on capitol hill. now his powers called dangerous, as she said, another tidbit for you guys, batman played by ben affleck, seemed to be at metropolis as the cape crusader was witnessing the destruction. >> i'm so confused. >> why are you so confused? why are you confused? >> it's batman versus superman. >> what is wonderwoman doing? >> that right there, this is the first look at her. this is the first time that
wonder woman's making her appearance on the big screen. >> first time? >> yeah. >> i was a big fan. i have a halloween costume. kind of obsessed with wonder woman. >> that's special. >> that's special. >> announcer: yeah how are you going to segue out of that one, rachel? >> that movie hits march 26th, be on the lookout. this is move on, this is new king of the beach. that, my friends -- ♪ ♪ >> now that is guillermo from mexico, he's working the crowd at his local pool. giving impromptu dance routines. >> it's amaze. >> this kid, he shimmies, he shakes, he sings, he does high kicks. he does all sort of -- look at him. >> he's got good rhythm. >> he's doing that to the song,
that's comeposed by joseph norman he's racked more than 4 million views on facebook. like nearly 6 million views. >> i just love him. he just went for it. >> yeah. we underestimate the power of the shimmy. >> the power of the shake. >> shake. >> cartwheel. >> and then the forced choke hold. we'll be right back with more "good morning america," keep it here. before fibromyalgia, i was the go-to person. i was energetic. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor and i agreed moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. she also prescribed lyrica. for some patients, lyrica significantly relieves fibromyalgia pain and improves physical function. with less pain, i feel better. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing
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>> and thank you very much for being with us as well. we'll see you next weekend and tomorrow morning on "good morning america." morning on "good morning america." >> now an abc 7 news update. jummy: good morning. checking out top stories this sunday morning. funeral services have been set for the victim of a fatal stabbing on the metro train. the weight will happen today in trouble, -- the wake will happen today in connecticut. sutherland was attacked on a red line train on the fourth of july. people in arlington are being told to avoid donaldson run because of a sewage spill. chris tellis a sewage -- crews
tell us a sewage pipe cracked. the public is being asked to stay away from affected areas until further notice. now time for a check of the forecast. maybe the pool or the beach is a good place to go. dave: this is ocean city. you can see people making their way down. yesterday at this time, it was pouring rain. not so today. looking for a high in the 80's. 73 at reagan national. still 69 at the list. -- at dulles. this system in the ohio valley is getting closer. we will see some clouds get here later this afternoon. most part -- for the most part sunny skies. this is a system the national hurricane center is keeping and eye on. dew points in the 60's, temperatures near 90.
>> business news from the capital region.this is "washington business report" with abc national correspondent, rebecca cooper. rebecca: thanks for joinining us for a look at business and finance in the wasashington region. coming up, how adaing hasas translated into some history making moves. also, branding is pivotable in the work lace. we will shar theour titips that make it work. plus, we now know that the vernment data breach hit more than 21 million people. but we don't know still what happened with united