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wall, and by the time the dust settled, 10 people were hurt, two of them seriously. but amazingly, everyone survived. the tavern is a hangout for first responders, who you can see immediately jumping into rescue mode. spent the day talking to those folks. that is a lucky break. brad: a lucky break indeed. this is the reality of what it looks like inside this place right now. it is a shambles. this is a table, people were having lunch there. i hamburger with just one bite taken out of it, and then people rushed into action. there is still debris everywhere. i'm walking up to the bar where one patron was stealing -- sitting on a stool right here when the car came crashing it, all of it caught on the camera that is right there. >> at first, all is normal.
grill. then it happened. a car blasts through the exterior wall of babes in upper marlboro. a different angle as it crashes into the people inside. back to the first camera, watch the man in the pink shirt when the car hits. >> the whole backside of his neck was completely lacerated. he had a huge chunk of the glass brick in his head. >> she thought a bomb went off. you can see her rush to her fallen customers. >> they were hurt very badly. knocks not unconscious -- ed unconscious. you can see them all spring into action, rushing to the following, throwing debris out of the way. that's what restaurant manager terry collins remembers, although she was nearly killed herself. >>
just how everybody just came together and was helping everybody. i just think that we were very there was not more that happened. >> where the camera is now, there was a table and people were seated there. the car came crashing in. one of the people at the table ended up on the ground here underneath all the debris. he was one of the two people who suffered serious injuries. we are told they are going to recover and be ok. this lace ran for safety, they all rent to help each other. you are right, jonathan, you said at the beginning that was one of the things people say has made a big difference here. brad bell, abc seven news. alison:
the moment a florida deputy says hisnap after a meeting with estranged wife. the dashcam video starts out pretty normal, then things change in an instant. when police arrived, they found that deputy had also stabbed himself. his wife was not hurt. ,he deputy pleaded guilty admitting he was on prescription drugs and suicidal at the time. >> police hope to break open a sexual assault case bowie. it's a guy who writes of the street on a bicycle. they say he is a person of interest in an attack that took place on monday. police are canvassing the community were all this happened . police say a woman was out for a run about 4:30 monday afternoon
playground and sexually assaulted her. police are hoping the new pictures will jog someone's memory. along awaited day for a d.c. firefighter who spent months fighting for his life. gains mother's junior went home today for the first time since being crushed between two fire trucks at a house fire in northeast d.c.. 37 days were spent in the icu. he says he is getting better and intends to return to firefighting as soon as he can. >> a prince george's county firefighter died after medical emergency while on duty. john burns was president of the kentland volunteer for department and was also a public safety communications fire dispatcher. he had a medical emergency sunday night and died yesterday morning. county flags are at half staff at all fire stations. alison: on
multimillion dollar plan to try to speed up the commute in maryland, and it all starts with traffic light. sam sweeney takes a look at the new traffic technology coming to a stop light near you. sam: we've all been there, stuck in traffic because of a poorly designed traffic signal. >> the smart signals will replace 20-year-old existing controls that are outdated and unresponsive. >> the governor announcing a $50 million plan to install sensors on 14 traffic lights. a perfect example of what the artificial intelligence will fix is this. this is 301. you can see middle of the day traffic backs up while only two cars way to come out of the shopping center. once the new system is in place, that will happen
won't happen anymore. >> the signal systems will adjust the timing and improve the flow in real time. commuters will see times cut by 15%. there are nine stretches of roads in prince george's, don't become anne arundel, and charles county that will use the new center. a full list can be found in the abc 7 news app. installation will take about a year. alison: fighting crime with a right hook. the amazing video and shocking mugshots of a thief who tried to rob the wrong man. what he told police after his knockout, ahead. >> another skimmer was found at another atm. to be chillydy tomorrow morning. we have some 40's
the map. we will break that down for you and talk about the next weather maker as well. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. rrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
in and grab the cash and walk right out. another man falls behind him seconds later. so far no one has come forward. new at 6:00, a warning about an atm skimming device that was used to steal your credit card information. 7-eleven in at the hyattsville. officers say a similar device was found on a different atm of you blocks away a few weeks ago. so do keep an i on your bank account if you did business with these atm's. >> a man was arrested, accused of making threatening remarks about the airport. while officers held him down, he screamed and cursed at them. that was the situation caught on video. witnesses say the guy tried to attack a customs agent and tried to enter the baggage area where american airlines employees work.
see video of a store clerk who refuse to be a big. the guy was holding a box cutter, but the clerk said that's not going to work, and came around the counter. that's when the clerk gave him one shot to the head, and it was lights out, not tim wright to the ground. this into how the clerk described what was going on. .> i had to knock him out get the idea. he was not lying, because the month shot shows exactly what happened. his defense for the attempted robbery? he was drunk. triplets line sense birth eight history, earning their egos can together. tonight they are in for a big
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♪ >> is one of that's domino's classics there, the rock 'n roll pioneer died of natural causes yesterday in the louisiana. comeand one domino junior he was one of the first 10 honorees inducted into the hall rock 'n roll hall of fame. he sold over 110 million records . he was 89 years old. >> a food truck catering to the stars went up in flames. the truck was owned by bruce catering, known for its work at hollywood studios. no one was hurt, but the truck is a total loss. a bizarre scene in a georgia community. bags are covering car mirrors there, and for good reason.
against a serial vandal. at first they thought it was hooligans. then they found out it was actually a woodpecker, i'm not making this up. an angry bird, if you will. he was going after his own reflection. this is a narcissistic woodpecker. the bird is federally protected, so the residents only defense is of securing the reflections and not taking his word out. also caught on video, that is a mama bear and her cause checking out a california school campus -- a mama bear and her cubs. the school went into lockdown after the bears were spotted. after rummaging through some trash cans, they wandered away. >> the most popular bcm in america will undergo a massive renovation, transforming
exhibits. every exhibit will be updated over seven years. it will happen in several phases to make sure the museum will be open throughout the process. the smithsonian estimates the total cost will be about $650 million. these triplets, blind since birth, or making history. in just about an hour, they will receive their eagle scout rank together. the 4% of boy scout earned highest honor. >> is such an amazing story. never before have triplets accomplish the feat of becoming eagle scouts. it was just one more challenge they overcame together. nick haveephen, and something else in common. excited to have what promises to be one of the best nights i have had. >> that each
-- they have each earned the rank of eagle scout, the boy scouts highest honor. ago, they were born blind, and in -- and they took the same steps as any other eagle scout. >> i just wanted to help people. it may be difficult, but i'm telling you, it's worth it. >> the story becomes more amazing when you learn the boys were adopted by a single man, who is also blind, when they became too much for their mother to handle. perspective is based on experience. i really help them to relate that are and that really paved the way for the bond that started it. tested out technology called i wrote, the smart glasses connect them to agents who can see for them. we are -- technology calledira. as a surprise, they will be given the software for free before starting college.
never seen anything like it. >> the brothers may be unable to see, but they have learned how to navigate through life. >> i enjoy people in life, and i discovered that i have talents, and i do my best to share them. >> i talked to them over the phone, they are an incredible group of young men. >> how inspirational, because do you know how many badges you have to accomplish before becoming an eagle scout? >> congratulations, well done. >>'s morning it was a little chilly as you win out. two days ago 61 for the low. this morning we were in the 50's. the bottom is not going to drop out entirely but 47th more morning, 42 by friday, and there may be some 30's out there friday, it's possible.
the average low is 47, and notice how it goes right back up to 60 degrees on sunday morning and drops on monday. another cold front will sweep through and bring us some rain on sunday, which we will talk about in just a moment. it's beautiful, we have a few clouds, the sun going down a couple of minutes ago. humidity levels are low. we have 50's in our area, a light jacket or sweatshirt and you will be good. 14 port washington, manassas right around 56 degrees. out,y calm evening cumberland around 50. you go west of that and it gets even cooler, and that's what is heading in our direction. -- not a windy
it's one of those evenings with a little bit of a breeze out there. a few clouds you saw from that live shot. then weandwiched and have a few lingering showers back to the west. the next weather maker is a cold front that comes through saturday night into sunday. until then, we just have a few but johnnylouds speaking just partly cloudy sky. tomorrow morning we start out chilly, but by the afternoon it will be cool. i do expect a lot of sunshine in our area and no weather-related problem if you're making your way out. 7:00, the sun goes down at 6:16 tonight. tomorrow looks like this, chilly in the morning and 55 by recess, the forecast calling for 60 as the kids had home in the early enough -- early afternoon and
>> the search continues for the next nationals manager. they're expected meet with dave martinez and kevin long. as the world turns, so does the world series. .odgers leading 1-0 justin turner said runs will be hard to come by in this series. >> it's about grinding and trying to find a way to do whatever you can to push as many across as you can and be in the moment. you are going to lose some battles, but it's all art of the process. you continue to go and you play 27 outs and every time you go up there, you have another chance to make a big swing.
wizards and lakers tonight and there's been so much back and forth on twitter between wall versus ball, a great matchup. for was a championship year washington. tip-off for this one, 10: 30 at staples center. and cam newton left the press, it's again after being asked about his team making those ch bigunk plays. k place.hun >> i hope they shot them down in a major way. this will be very fun to watch. little chilly tomorrow morning, otherwise things are pretty quiet in our
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like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. . tonight, president trump responds, after being called reckless and, quote, utterly untruthful by members of his own party. also tonight, the president now revealing whether he himself authorized that mission that turned deadly in niger. also tonight, breaking news in the las vegas massacre. what we have just learned about the gunman. major changes when it comes to security and boarding airplanes landing in the u.s. we are also following the takedown today in an american airport. the young mother and wife who claimed she was kidnapped while jogging, said she was held solely by two women. tonight, what police are saying, and the alleged text messages to a man other than her husband. the officers who heard the