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announcer: now, abc 7 news at noon, on your side. adrianna: breaking news on the roads this noon. the deadly wreck in prince george's county. one vehicle crashed around 9:30 this morning. near the intersection of brandywine road and gibbons church road. this is video from sky track 7. the car went off the road and caught fire appeared
led to this crash. maryland state police invest getting a deadly motorcycle accident. -- investigating a deadly motorcycle accident. that happened on route five north of brandywine road. a 30-year-old lost control and was thrown from that bike. that road was shut down for two hours. and, speeding lead to yet another deadly crash in maryland today. it is not the first time something like this has happened on that same stretch of road. the victim was just identified a 67-year-old jane hill of accokeek. john gonzalez has the latest from the scene. deadly was a violent collision in accokeek, maryland last night. still strewn all over this intersection. this is a busy route 210. all the lanes reopened eight hours after the accident
speed was a factor, but no signs of drag racing. take a look at the video -- we captured three vehicles being code. d.st being towe a minivan involved in this accident. three or four vehicles were speeding and weaving in and out of traffic. one of the vehicles struck the minivan at the intersection here . the driver of the van was taken to the hospital, where he later died. the striking vehicle also transported but is expected to survive. leaders and residents happen working to stop illegal racing on this road for decades. this is the same exact intersection where eight people were killed back in 2008 after an illegal drag race
, a car careening into a group of spectators here en route to 10. 210.n route to adrianna: now, or more on the roads, let's head to eric smith. >> it will be a busy ride already this afternoon. everyone trying to get out of town early. let's start with the capital beltway. delays through landover and college park. river road just below the 270 spur, we had a crash moved to left shoulder. still very slow back to tysons at this time. the outer loop is very heavy the opposite way as well. we will take a look on the top site near
29, randolph road, looking pretty good at this time. earlier accident and wrap up. overpass --ear the belt winner the overpass, pretty good in this stretch as well. -- a beltway near the overpass, pretty good in this stretch as well. adrianna: in the washington metro area alone, 1.1 million people are traveling. --t's 60% of washingtonians 16% of washingtonians. 80% will be traveling by car. aaa credits the strong economy for this travel surge and cheap gas and good weather. peoplere than 37 million driving nationwide, here are some tips to avoid those traffic jams. between 2:00 in 5:00 p.m. today is the worst time to leave. the best day imo
fourth of july between 3:00 at 6:00 p.m. if possible, avoid driving anywhere immediately following a fireworks display. on on the national mall for this weekend. we're standing by for the d.c. mayor's on how the district will be for security and help ease the traffic crunch. to provide those details at 2:00 p.m. today, watch our live noerage on news channel 8 alcohol, no glass bottles, personal fireworks, grills or drones allowed on the mall. you are urged to leave your pets at home. we are warming up into a big holiday weekend. doug hill is here now with a look for the fourth. doug: beautiful weather here. in rehobeth beach come it is 87 degrees.
if you go south to ocean city, the air temperature there is 73. come it will be cooler at the landing beaches this weekend. 87 at reagan national. 88 in leesburg. at joint base andrews and 86 degrees in baltimore. a new element, the dewpoint -- with this kind of air mass come it feels a few degrees warmer. feels like lower 90's. a few clouds this afternoon. showers over the roanoke valley. was that will stay west of the metro area. tomorrow is a different day. we may see a morning shower and some afternoon thunderstorms. tonight will be delightful. just a bit muggy. fourth of july forecast, 10-day forecast and more
will make up in a few minutes. adrianna: now, to those tweets making headlines around the nation today. the president attacking joe scarborough and mika brzezinski. the pair firing back today on air and in an op-ed in "the washington post." trump holding a joint press conference with the south korean president. that just wrapped up. sam sweeney is following all of this. >> that joint press conference just wrapping up in the last be minutes. the first international trip for the south korean president. -- neitherad a long president took any questions. the president addressing the situation in north korea, calling the north a menace. thepresident also mentioned former uva student who recently died after the north help them captive.
the nuclear and ballistic missile programs of that regime require a determined response. the north korean dictatorship has no regard for the safety and security of its people. or its neighbors. it has no respect for human life. that has been proven over and over again. >> the south korean president also spoke, saying he has invited president trump to south korea. that trip will likely happen later this year. now, to those dramatic tweets. everyone watching msnbc's morning show this morning. everyone waiting to see how joe scarborough and mika brzezinski will handle this morning's program. they call the president a liar, saying they are personally ok but the country is not. >> it's been fascinating and frightening and really sad for
>> is always personal with mika. he packed about five license of the tweets. >> joe scarborough and mika brzezinski fired back at the president as they came on the air at 7:00 a.m. >> yesterday was just another example of how deeply personal he is. he attacks women. >> he has a fragile command , impetuous, childlike ego -- he can't take it. we were talking about the time magazine covert. hosts also pending an op-ed in "the washington post." joe scarborough elaborated on the show. somebody just say that said to me we are all really worried about his emotional state. i'm telling you what somebody said.
person he was a year ago. >> just before 9:00 with the president firing back. show."ews or neveray mika brzezinski had a facelift but had skin on her chin tweaked. just last month, mika brzezinski and joe scarborough both told "vanity fair " the president offered to officiate their wedding -- adrianna: we are waiting on a court ruling on hawaii's challenge to the president's new travel ban. just moments before, hawaii filed that motion to allow more exemptions.
it stops people from six majority muslim nations from coming to the u.s. unless they have a specific connection like close relatives. , senate republicans are scrambling to rewrite their health care bill. to bring more republican supporters. right now come and gop senators oppose the bill in its current form. mitch mcconnell hopes to have a new version ready to review for today. that would allow the cbo to have it scored over the july 4 recess. a boat is planned after the holiday. a deadly stabbing followed by a burglary at a springfield stripmall. both allegedly committed by the same person. fairfax county police are trying to figure out what prompted one man to allegedly kill another and then break into this pet store at the springfield plaza shopping
. police responded to reports of a stabbing in the 7200 block of commerce street. a man was found there with trauma to his upper body. within a half hour, police received a second call that the pet value store in spring for plaza was being burglarized. here's what police say happened. >> an altercation took place between the two locations. there is an alleyway. that's where we believe it occurred. the suspect -- >> the injured man was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. no word yet on his identity. authorities are still notifying his family. this that store -- charges against him are
damage, $40 million. to see video of that incredible firefight, log on to wjla.com. july 1 means new laws go into effect tomorrow in the dmv. in virginia, you can be pulled over for driving too slowly. a driver can face fines of up to $100 for going too slow in the left passing lane. d.c., the minimum wage will pick up to $12.50 an hour. a law passed last year to raise it to $15 by 2020. the minimum wage also increases in maryland. to battle the opioid crisis, schools will be required to keep the locks own -- naloxone on
, women will be able to buy a years worth of supplies for birth control at a time. youngs will now teach drivers how to safely in with police during a traffic stop. -- interact with police during a traffic stop. let's talk about the weather. doug: it will be hot and humid. it will feel like summer. no extremes. a couple of degrees above average, few thunderstorm chances the next few days. generally settling into an early summer weather pattern. look fromith a live the weather camera at chesapeake beach resort in northern calvert county. 84 degrees with many areas on the waterfront -- the key is the wind direction. if the winds go a little more southeasterly at the bay, t
temperatures drop down into the 70's pretty quickly. generally in the 70's at the maryland and delaware beaches this upcoming weekend. through this evening, we will be hot and humid. 91, typical summer weather. the folklife festival goes , then takes ay break on wednesday. showers just north of roanoke. shower in the western viewing area this afternoon. otherwise, hot and humid. you may see a shower sometime tomorrow morning. the better chances come tomorrow afternoon as we see a couple of segments of showers and thunderstorms through the late afternoon. 60% probability. also a chance there is a
possible severe thunderstorms north and west of the metro. our weekend forecast, hot and humid. best chance of thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. forecast, hot throughout the day. temperatures hitting about 90. we have the book and chances come a great chance of storms tomorrow. beaches may have a few late they storms on saturday -- late they storms -- late day storms on sunday. we will stay hot and humid, 70's tonight. thunderstorm chances picking up again by the middle of next
adrianna: tennis star venus williams is being blamed for a crash that killed an elderly man in florida. now, his family is suing her. police believe williams is at fault. >> police in palm beach garden florid, florida stressed it was an accident -- >> she is devastated. this is a man she loved. she's been married for 35 years. she's absolutely devastated. >> the family has now filed a lawsuit. next in happened on tonight, just days after the seven-time grand slam champion was eliminated from the french open. >> rescue 67 comers funding to
area 63. >> the witness says williams' light turned red with her suv still in the middle of that intersection. which he was able to drive forward, she stepped right in the way of an oncoming car. williams said she never saw the other car coming. the police report estimates williams was going five miles per hour. this morning, she has not been ticketed or charged. she would behat determined criminally responsible for the death of a man. >> williams tells abc news that she had a green light. it an unfortunate accident and center deepest condolences to the family lost a loved one. -- center deepest condolences. -- sentenc
other countries. now come a roberts is back in the u.s. and he believes he has what it takes. >> i want to go against the best and youngest. it makes me play better. i have tooal that reach and i'm not going to let anything stand in my way to get there. in january, roberts began training and sent letters to a different teams letting them know he wants a shot. i like it. doug: what young people don't realize, some people will surprise you -- that's good. the weather here is hot and humid. 92 today. fourth of july weekend, hot and humid. afternoon storms likely tomorrow. sunday and monday will be dry. adrianna: thank you for joining us this midday. watch
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