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ultimately been overwhelming in all this. a 4-year-old in the back seat with a family friend. he witnessed a couple overdose in their s.u.v. in liverpool near youngstown. james accord will serve a 180 day sentence and rhonda will face child endangering charges. narcan saved their lives. so many people reacting to this story. >> dan: that picture is tough to look at. when he put it on the facebook page we knew we would get we didn't realize the three areas one would go. one on the argument of narcan, one saying it is saving lives and the other it is encouraging the behavior and then the discussion about the child himself in the back seat. let's look at this comment from susan. susan says i have custody of my niece because my sister was an addict consultly died of an overdose. it is a demon of a disease. we can want them to get help.
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they will only get sober one way, dying. >> rhonda says how pathetic. let the adult do what they want to their lives but keep the child safe and away from them. how sad we have to worry about people driving while o.d.-ing and another comment. beth says it is not a personal crisis it is a community crisis. that baby has been exposed by junkies in the car not by the media. i don't think it is fair they are using and under the influencil many innocent lives and especially a school bus full of children. it is not fair. there was a school bus in the area with kids when the car rolled to a stop because they were unconscious. in the third area people are arguing is whether or not this picture should have gone public. the police department says the reason they took the picture and put it out they wanted to highlight how big of a problem it really is.
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look at the heroin epidemic and those seeking help have to wait to get it. >> romona and jeff? >> romona: i don't care what the calendar says it is a hot, hot summer to me. >> jeff: that's coming to an abrupt, abrupt change. it could come with severe weather. we have one more hot day warm tonight hot tomorrow and yeah, when we got up sunday, overnight tonight a wave of thunder and then again tomorrow afternoon. it will be an alert day. afternoon stuff severe. wind damage, hail and yes, the possibility the way the atmosphere will be set up with the strong winds with getting rotation in these storms. next few hours 81 currently. 88 at 7:00, warm and muggy. mostly cloudy sky and wait for the first wave of thunder. forecast details in the changes coming up.
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s.w.a.t. rushed to a local church's property. a man barricaded himself in a house. shanice dunning was in parma as the situation resolved. >> reporter: on broad view road in parma you can still see the damage from this standoff that happened earlier today. a man crashed a car into the pole. what they don't know, what made him run away into somebody's house. >> a car went off the road and crashed really bad. >> reporter: parma police say it started at 9:30hi when a 911 caller watch this had car crash into the pole on broad view road. the impact so hard it sent a man flying out of it. >> i saw the driver get out of the car and stand up and walk out of the car and another guy was laying on the ground. >> reporter: police say the other man barged into this home owned by the russian orthodox cathedral right next door. the man told the woman inside he was armed and she ran out and called for help.
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followed surreal. >> there were snipers all over the place in full camouflage. >> police patrol the area with dogs and guns and schools and day cares put in lockdown within a mile. >> the school was put in lockdown because of parma police. >> reporter: nikolai's daughter attends a school a few minutes away. my wife was worried. i went to check what's going on around the school first. >> reporter: after three hours of the suspect barricading himself ins breakthrough. >> the male in question surrendered to s.w.a.t. officers and taken into custody. >> police took the suspect to metro hospital. the man ejected from the car is also being treated at metro and police are unsure of his current condition. >> the other is at metro. i don't believe he is conscious. >> reporter: crews are working to repair the lines and police have investigating to do with this incident and they confirm they found a gun inside the home and there are questions to
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the man run away from the accident and into that home. >> reporter: getting answers in parma, shanice dunning, cleveland 19 news. >> romona: cavs guard imam shumpert is facing a dui charge. the cavaliers put out a statement and goes back a month. >> police arrested shump for driving under the influence of marijuana near his atlanta home. officers found less than ounce of pot in his car. shumpert is entering his second year of a deal with the cavs. the statement reads in part, the cavaliers discussed the situation with imam and monitor the progression of the case. it goes on to say they have no further comment at this time. a football player at a local high school is taking his own stand about racial injustice by sitting during the national anthem. cleveland 19 chris tanaka is getting answers about the
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quarterback colin kaepernick. >> chris: a mother who wants to remain anonymous a football player won't stand for the national anthem o. twitter he admits he is stay taking a stand like kaepernick and others. things got out of hand where students were writing racial slurs directed at the player because he refused to stand. pictures of the slurs were taken and posted on snap chat. this is what the mother sent to cleveland 19. we don't have says. we think you can figure out what we blurred. the mother told us it was sent to brunswick school leaders and players tweet to those who claim he called him ignorant for sitting during the national anthem n. part it reads this is for everyone who says you are from brunswick. you don't face any description this is for everyone else who feels. i just want attention. finally this is for everyone who doesn't see what's really going
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say all you want about me. i don't care. i will continue to be myself even if it makes me the n- word. i will continue to pray to god at night that racism ends. god bless. in full disclosure of the mother who contacted us has a son at the party where the slurs were made and tells us he was a member of the football team and has been suspended until the school completes the investigation. we contacted brunswick schools and received superintendent michael meo. we are investigating racially inappropriate and conduct by students at brunswick high school. a statement circulated on social media connected with this investigation is reprehensible. i am deeply disappointed any of our students would participate in its publication. the superintendent also told cleveland 19 the district is
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the brunswick football team by the way plays brecksville broadview heights tonight. we will be there getting reaction. >> reporter: getting answers, chris tanaka cleveland 19 news. >> thank you. trump's son ake trump brought his message to our studios and sat down with our paul orlousky. >> reporter: i spoke briefly with donald trump before a fundraiser thursday between two stops in cleveland he raised about $3 million. today trump for president cause. >> reporter: donald trump left cleveland with about $3 million at two fundraisers thursday. his message remains. true his son eric who believes his father is setting an election era people don't want to talk about. >> it is no fun talking about illegal immigration and syrian refugees flown into the corrupt. this is real world and heavy stuff. it has to be spoke been because these are massive problems. >> reporter: the younger trump
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politician but a man who can use business strategies to put america on a new course. >> first of all, he gets the best people. >> a lot of people agree who met his father and attended the fundraiser. he has a larger-than-life persona but listens. >> it is not just the executive next to him it is the person doing the work. it might be the lowest person on the totem pole but that person is closest to the job at hand and their opinion may than anybody else. >> trump believes there's a silent majority in america. both eric trump and donald trump told me they will see a lot more of them in northeast ohio between now and election day. ohio very important to winning the white house. getting answers, paul orlousky, cleveland 19. >> romona: donald trump and hillary clinton sparred all week over national security. today clinton met with a group of national security experts in new york. that came as north korea
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another nuclear weapons test. the clinton campaign says she plans to use sanctions and seek help from china. trump's campaign did not say how it would handle the situation. it issued a statement saying north korea's nuclear program grew stronger while clinton was secretary of state. >> mark: up next we are getting answers at a local school after the parent contacted us that the building is so hot her children are getting sick. at the check he was put on a three-day waiting list when he died. >> romona: we dig deeper in the heroin epidemic and long wait for some to get help. >> jeff: all right. this evening i am paying close attention to what's happening to the west. you can see showers and storms forming. that's what will give us the alert day tomorrow. forecast details next segment. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app powered by calvetta brothers floor show. it is time to fall
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rob portman and his wealthy friends have spent millions attacking me. they say i lost jobs and drained the rainy day fund. well friends, i was governor during the great national recession - and we all know it was raining pretty hard. so i used the rainy day fund - because i wouldn't cut education or local police and fire. and we balanced the budget every year. attack ads are easy. leading in a crisis is hard.
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newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. since school started the average temperature has been 86 degrees. >> mark: just this week we have had two school days in the mid-90s. students suffering in those classrooms that are not air-conditioned. warrensville heights placed a thermometer in her classroom and registered 97 degrees inside. they are not able on their work and even getting sick from the heat. >> back and forth from the doctor due to asthma attacks and due to nose bleeds. yesterday any younger son had to come home. he was puking and nose bleeds, light headed. he couldn't endure the heat. >> the superintendent has one or more fans in the classroom and has water coolers and purchased
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roadblocks to beating terrible addiction is access to help. addicts finally ready to get clean often have to wait for several weeks. jen picciano has the latest numbers on recovery centers. jen? >> reporter: romona, in cuyahoga county the average wait time is 2 to 4 weeks and detox is 6 weeks and that can be deadly. the heroin epidemic is so many lives could be saved if only there were more rehab beds available. >> at the time of my son's death he was put on a three week waiting list when he died. today the waiting list is 16 weeks for men and 14 weeks for women. >> travis can't bring his son tyler back but can fight for better resources to help those struggling with heroin addiction. >> if you have cancer you are not on a waiting list.
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with the stigma associated with this and lack of resources and money, we can't get the treatment we need. >> reporter: 22-year-old erica hall, an active addict missing since february and her family says she could have been saved. >> when they want help they want it now. >> she would say i am ready. i am ready to go to rehab and get back into it and be erica again and the next day she would change her mind. >> you can have all the support in the world. if you don't have resources to help them, tha disconnect is. there are no beds available. there's nothing available for people who want to get help. >> reporter: according to the cdc the federal government is increasing access to substance abuse treatment services through the affordable care act. families say that's not enough. >> there's no waiting. when you need help you can't wait. >> reporter: in summit county there are currently more than 60 men on a wait list for residential detox and more than
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can get help. addicts seeking an assessment and referral for treatment can't get in until october 25th. women seeking residential treatment are on a three-week wait list and men could wait three months. there are 112 people currently waiting for the beds. >> reporter: getting answers, jen picciano cleveland 19. >> romona: thank you, jen. cleveland 19 news is trying to help you spot the signs of heroin and opioid abuse. for more information on help available head to >> romona: all right. >> mark: better day out there today. >> romona: yeah. jeff, you said it is still humid out there, though. >> jeff: yeah, it is. tonight we are in the muggy and look what happens tomorrow. if you can get through tomorrow we have one more oppressive day and potential for severe weather in the afternoon. whoa, sunday. that's quite the change. this will be finally the big front we have been watching.
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we have showers and storms, illinois moving to indiana. that could be the wave we see late tonight and early tomorrow morning. that will not be severe. we have the front to deal with in the afternoon. can you see we are in the risk area. those storms that pop up in the afternoon could have wind damage with it. hail and potential anyway of a tornado. we will be dry in the morning. dry this evening and then morning tomorrow future view saying most of it will be west and north of cleveland. we will have showers and storms around and then tomorrow morning after that we will be dry t. will be between 2:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon. that's when we see this explosion of showers and storms and this is the wave that could be severe. by 8:00 tomorrow night the front is either moving through or will be through your area. after that, the temperature drop
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sunday morning it will be feeling like browns football sunday as we all of a sudden will be in an early fall-like pattern. north to northeast winds 7-12 knots and waves a foot. it will be warm and humid tonight overnight threat of rain and storms and we drop down to 72 in cleveland. akron-canton you will be dry tonight. 66 the low. tomorrow near 90. humid and windy and winds afternoon storm threat. right here 5:00. this is where we could deal with severe weather around here. temperatures in the 80s. perhaps near 90 and if we see 90 tomorrow this could be the last 90 we see for the year. 61 saturday night. low evening storms will be ending. and then there's your big change. 72 sunday. partly cloudy sky. sunday night i have us dropping in the upper 40s.
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76. 81 on tuesday and another front tuesday night and even cooler next wednesday windy partly cloudy and 67 degrees. tony. >> tony: thank you, tan. phenomenal start to the nfl season last night and painful for cam newton. why was he allowed to stay in the game. graduation for browns rookies. what the coach
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criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. "you gotta see this guy. 'uhhhh i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured."
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now this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> sashi brown said it today. they are not tanking. there are 15 million under the salary cap and tops in the league. if you know the plan is to develop young guys even if it means losing now. is it tanking? not necessarily.
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are far more important than year one which they should be and building the team and developing rookies bringing me to sunday's season opener. the training wheels are off. taking the field in philly, you have veteran's. >> sunday, you are not a rookie anymore. you are out there and one of the guys, you know. >> now that, you know, you don't walk around with your chest stuck out you are one of the guys and we expect guys playing for us to go and play and you only get one first game and first game of the year and we want to start off the right way. you only do that by winning. that's what we are interesting in and trying to do and expect to do. >> mark, are they a rookie. >> they are still rookies. 7-3 and wearing helmets. keeping the faith. >> 17-14. let me ask you a question, broncos over the top targeting
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and stuart late in the fourth quarter and launched himself in a helmet to helmet hit on the reigning mvp. newton took at least three hits and only one penalty was called. newton kept playing and so much for the concussion protocol. we looked at video and cam looked fine. jessica on your left there. she is. good friend of the show. here we request go! 10 minutes at the good to see her back in the octagon. and stipe, of course. >> ladies, ladies! >> yes. they are women. not ladies. [ laughter ] is that right? >> what's the difference. >> jessica better not hear that. >> romona: explain it to me.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. f shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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how is this for a change near 90 tomorrow, windy and afternoon storms. that's a big front. the rain and storms will end tomorrow evening and then down we go. 61 and just in time for football sunday. 72 partly cloudy sky. >> mark: ready. >> jeff: funny how that works out. >> jeff: i planned it that way. >> romona: sure did you. >> mark: thank you for joining
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next. >> romona: we hope to see you
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