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(colonial penn jingle) or raised their fists. we have full details straight ahead. hillary clinton called off a two day swing through california after a health scare in new york. clinton was held up and even helped into her van after becoming sick after a 9/11 memori memorial. we know she's battling pneumonia. >> the new u.s. open men's single championship defeated novak in four sets to claim his third grand slam victory. it took nearly four hours. and miss arkansas crowned
miss america for 2017. after energizing the crowd with this jazz routine and her politically safe response about clinton clohillary clinton sayi candidates have done a great job. those are the top stories on this monday, september 12th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." let's begin with the nfl player protest. they took place before several of sunday's game. >> last night before the game against the cardinals, patriots players raised their fist after the conclusion of the national anthem, and earlier other players took action as well. here's abc's ron clay bjoiborne more. >> reporter: as they avowed the sea hawks players stood with liked arms in a show of unity during the playing of the national anthem. members of team they were playing, the miami dolphins
stayed down on one knee. a seattle receiver explaining that linked arm gesture in this facebook video. >> we honored those who have fought for the freedom we cherish. and we stand to ensure the riches of freedom and the security of justice for all people. >> reporter: among those standing, the seattle defensiveback. just last week lane sat during the star spangled banner with san francisco 49ers quarterback, collin kaepernick. around the league sunday, there were few acts of protest. perhaps because it was the 9/11 anniversary. kansas city chiefs player peters held up his fist. in an interview he said i salute collin for what he's done. he's standing up far great cause. i'm 100 % behind him. at other games players stood during the anthem. many with their hands over their hearts. of course, there is another nfl game tonight with the 49ers
and the l.a. rams. i'm sure a lot of people were looking to see if there's any sort of similar protests. we'll move to politics. hillary clinton diagnosed with pneumonia and falling ill at a 9/11 memorial in new york. >> hillary clinton's campaign said she was overheated. her legs buckled. she nearly fell to the ground and needed assistance to get to her van. clinton went to her daughter's apartment and emerged in w a smile. but she wasn't ready to talk about the incident. >> what happened? >> it's a beautiful day in new york. >> clinton's doctor revealed she has diagnosed with her with pneumonia and advised her to rest. she said last night clinton is recovering nicely. donald trump has questioned whether clinton is fit and
healthy enough to serve as president. the health scare is expected to fuel more speculation. we mentioned new york's 9/11 memorial service. there was also an event at the pentagon to mark the 15th anniversary of the attacks. president obama layed a wreath. >> the largest event was here in new york at the world trade center. david wright was there. >> reporter: today at ground zero, one toll of the bell and silence. standing still for that moment 15 years ago when the first plane struck the north tower. then -- the endless list of names. >> chris romeo. >> reporter: nearly 3,000 names. >> 15 years may seem like a long time, but for the families who lost a piece of their heart that day, i imagine it can seem like
just yesterday. >> reporter: president obama at the pentagon. >> perhaps it's the memory of a last kiss given to a spouse or the last good-bye to a mother or father. >> reporter: the last words this woman has where from her husband was a voice mail from the tower. >> he said i'm trying to get out of the building as soon as i get out, i'll call you on your cell. i love you. bye. >> reporter: you were probably just a little baby, huh in. >> yeah. i was three, almost four. >> reporter: that day sent a generation to war and raised the threat level here at home. this family found a way to move on but flew back here from their home in colorado determined to be here. >> donald g havlish. >> it can be a day of forgiveness. >> reporter: they are two of the thousands of people whose lives
changed that day, and the rest of us had little idea how much our world was about to change. the consequences still unfolding. david wright, abc news. >> overseas humanitarian aid could be delivered to the syrian city of aleppo now that a cease fire is scheduled to take effect. a deal was worked out by john kerry and his russian counterpart. the u.s. and russia will coordinate attacks on isis and the rebels and the syrian government will stop fighting each other. in south korea they're worried that north korea could soon have another powerful nuclear test at any time. the north carried out the most powerful one to date. it also says it's now able to mount a warhead on a ballistic missile. south korea's news agency reports there are signs there's another tunnel ready for a test. with the tension between north and south korea, russia and china have started eight days of war games. the exercise is expected to
feature destroyers and fighter jets. last year the two countries held war games in the sea of japan and the mediterranean. operations are back to normal at the albuquerque airport after a security scare on sunday afternoon. on the anniversary of 9/11. a fake bomb was found in the screening area which was evacuated. outgoing flights were delayed and incoming passengers could not leave. a man was arrested in connection with the hoax. and in northern california, a quickly spreading wildfire. at least 1,000 acres forced some mandatory evacuations in the small town of susanville. the latest reports say no structures have burned in the flames. >> it will be cooler in northern california today. a pleasant day in the northeast. ohio valley and the great lakes region as well. there will be rain and even snow in the rockies. >> the high temperatures in the northeast beginning the 70s. miami and new orleans hitting 88. portland warmer than los
angeles, but great falls, montana, only 49 degrees. >> not so great. we have new video this morning of some little boats being swamped. >> this happened at a port in sicily last month. a carnival cruise ship's powerful engines too much. >> when the water gets churned up, it causes damage. they're going to need a new dock and luckily no one was injured in that whole mess. >> and it is a bit of a mess. >> many unhappy boat owners. >> a would be presidential as is assassin has been released to the home of his 90-year-old mother. his release does have some conditions. and taking fire, we'll check out one brave group of soldiers deployed to one of the most dangerous spots on earth who are not only engaged in combat but capture it on video. you're watching "world news now."
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with smoke billowing from an engine fire, a site seeing boat in london was heading quickly for shore. a little too quickly. you can see it hit the peier noe first. there were no serious injuries and the 142 passengers were evacuated. the fire was out before firefighters could get on scene. here at home the gunman who tried to assassinate ronald reagan is a free man this morning after 35 years. >> but his court orders transition from a mental hospital his mother's home comes with some conditions. >> reporter: john hinckley junior beginning a new chapter. seen outside his mother's virginia home. three 35 years after trying to assassinate president reagan.
the horror on the minds of neighbors inside the gated community where he will live. >> that person has always been a risk to society. they was a risk early. he's a risk now. >> reporter: in recent years hinckley has been given visits. a federal judge ruled him as no longer a danger to himself or others? >> because he's shown the court that he can obey by the rules and regulations set out by the judge. it's time to try and see how he does on his own without coming back to st. elizabeth. >> reporter: the rules include a ban on using social media and contacting victims or families. the court also forbidding hinckley from googing himself or researching weapons or important. he must continue therapy and be tracked by the gps on his cell phone. prosecutors insist he's dangerous. claiming he pretended to go to a movie but went to a bookstore to stare at books about presidential assassinations.
>> if he violates the rules he could be sent back. he says he continues to regret the suffering he's caused. devin dwyer. zbrr. >> and hinckley will be living with his 90-year-old mother. >> at the time of the whole incident, he was 25. he was obsessed with actress jodie foster, one of the other stipulations for his release is he cannot get in touch with the actress or even google her as well. >> that's right. they said he was obsessed with "taxi driver". and before he shot president reagan, he was stalking him. and then james brady, the press secretary died years later as a result of the injuries he sustained in that shooting as well. coming up, u.s. soldiers in afghanistan taking fire. >> they aren't just fighting for their country. they're documenting the battles. you're watching "world news now."
♪ patriotic tunes. the horrors of war have been documented as long as there have been wars to document. >> usually the story is told by a third party. not those engaged in combat. >> but now dane harris shows us one group of american soldiers giving us a first person view by strapping cameras onto their helmets. >> those are close as [ bleep ]. >> reporter: in some ways it may look like a video game. but this is as real as it gets.
>> welcome to afghanistan. >> reporter: this is the story of a rookie platoon in the army's 101st airborne. told in a way we have never seen before. through the eyes of the soldiers themselves. >> what is that? is that a camera? >> reporter: in 2010 kyle's unit was deployed to one of the most dangerous places on earth. how did it come about that you started filming your lives? >> the guys wanted to have memories of the deployment. if they wanted to go back years later and say this is what i did. >> reporter: with the help of tiny mountable cameras, we can see war filmed by soldiers themselves. the concept of a new series on the discovery channel taking fire. >> this is my first patrol. i'm thinking it's a beautiful country. up there when the sun comes up, and you're wondering this is so cool. >> reporter: kyle was just 22 when he left home for afghanistan. he was sent to the afghan
boarder with pakistan, a remote taliban held region. nicknamed the valley of death by the bullet battered battalions stationed there. 42 american servicemen lost their lives in that valley. hundreds more wounded. >> where's it coming from? >> i don't know. behind me. >> reporter: in the show it looks like you guys are sitting ducks, incoming fire all the time. was it actually that bad? >> yeah. we were at the bottom of a valley. the taliban could creep over, drop small arms fires and rpgs on us and disappear like it was nothing. >> reporter: were people getting hit by shrapnel while eating lunch? >> all the time. >> reporter: kyle is one of the stars of taking care along with his close friend, jj. jj was the first to rig his helmet with cameras.
for the series the department of defense had the final signoff on what made the cut. >> this was filmed by us. we didn't have reporters out there, journalists. >> reporter: their pov footage tells the raw story of a year on the front lines. the panic. >> only two rockets left. >> reporter: the adrenaline. >> whoa. it's still shooting. >> reporter: and some pretty funny pranks. >> candy has always been somewhat of a passion of mine. he didn't really have to try to hide something from anyone else, because no one in the platoon will steal something even as trivial as a piece of candy. >> mccool probably has the best care packages, when he's sleeping we steal his chocolates and mountain dews. >> reporter: there are moments of fear and concern and stress, you're also having fun and you
like each other. >> we loved each other. we still love each other. i'd do anything for them at the drop of a hat. >> reporter: woven into that pa love, the pain of losses. he says he's learned to cope in his own way. he's left to service to become a firefight, a job where he can help people and feel the rush of adrian r adrenali adrenaline. taking fire is a chance to honor his fallen friends. >> i'll never be as close as with those guys. you come home and look at a guy you grew up with, feel like you don't know him. a buddy you went to war with, it's like you knew him your whole life. >> taking fire debuted tomorrow night on discovery. >> i can't believe we have seen so much from that war and this is the first time you're seeing
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this morning on "world news now," health concerns along the campaign trail. >> new images show clinton clinton having difficulty after a 9/11 me mother cal. overnight a trip cancelled. we'll have the latest. >> a school bus driver is killed while picking up student athletes at an airport. a concrete pillar giving way. other students injured. and check out this play. a referee goes down after a player makes a movement. that player has been arrested and charged with assault. he's hoping the tape can help his case. we'll explain why. and it's football frenzy. it's week one of the nfl season. so whether you're a fantasy freak or a casual fan, we've got all the big stories including the latest players from across the league to protest during the
national anthem. it is monday, september 12th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good monday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. we begin this half hour with growing concern over hillary clinton's health. she's battling pneumonia with election day eight weeks ago. >> clinton cancelled today's campaign trip to california after falling ill during a service in new york city. she appeared to go limp as she tried to get into that van. and had to be held up. clinton's doctor says she is now rehydrated and recovering nicely. >> the incident after allegations from donald trump and other republicans that clinton lacks the sam in a to be president. it's your voice your vote. >> reporter: that video showing hillary clinton leaving new york's 9/11 memorial early. clinton seen stumbling as she loses her footing. aid and secret service agents
surround her. they hold her up and help her into a waiting van and drive her to her daughter's apartment. but late this afternoon, new revelations about clinton's health. her doctor saying he was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. quote, she was put on antibiotics and advised to rest and modify her schedule. at that ceremony she was overheated and dehydrated. >> feeling great. feeling great. >> reporter: two hours after that episode at the memorial w clinton seen outside her daughter's home where she greeted a young girl and avoided questions about exactly what happened. >> what happened? >> it's a beautiful day in new york. >> reporter: clinton wearing those same sunglasses during the morning ceremony. she had been scheduled to attend the entire service. instead j she stayed for about an hour, and then that episode. at chelsea's apartment, aids say clinton played with her
grandchildren. the 68-year-old nominee is back home. this is not clinton's first health scare. in 2012 she fainted at home and hit her head suffering a concussion. at the time her aids and state department staffers down played the severity of the injury. it turns out clinton had double vision and wore special glasss. it took her six months to make a full recovery. as for a coughing fit, clinton caused it on allergies. a doctor said it led to the pneumonia diagnosis. donald trump turning clinton's health into a recurring attack line. >> she doesn't have the strength or the stamina, and you know what? we can be nice and politically correct. we don't have the time anymore, folks. >> reporter: and clinton brushing off the attacks. >> i'm not concerned about the conspiracy theories. there are so many of them i've
lost track of them. >> reporter: now, neither hillary clinton or donald trump have released their full medical records. so far this campaign, and hillary clinton's camp is not saying if they plan to in the wake of this diagnosis. clinton's doctor did advise her to modify her travel schedule. a trip planned for later seems in jeopardy. a cease fire expected to begin in syria. the deal worked out over the weekend by john kerry and his russian counterpart. it allows the syrian government to continue to strike at al qaeda linked governments. it will let humanitarians into aleppo. and here at home, the weekend came to a close with the nation remembering those lost in the 9/11 attacks. the tribute light shining in lower manhattan honoring those the president referred to as the 3,000 beautiful lives.
marci gonzalez with more. >> thomas henry mcguiness. >> michael gregory mcginty. >> leslie mercer. >> reporter: tearful memories. paying tribute to the 2,996 lives lost in the september is 1st terror attacks. 15 years ago. >> 15 years are like 15 seconds. >> reporter: from hear below the reflection of the new one world trade center. to the pentagon -- >> as americans we do not give into fear. >> reporter: and the field in pennsylvania. ceremonies highlighting not only the loss and horror of that day, but the heroism. >> you saved many lives on
september 11th. thank you, wells, for the gift of your final hour. >> reporter: honoring the legacies etched into history and into the hearts of those too young to remember. >> i'm 15 years and three months old. though i only knew you for three months, i feel like i've known you forever. >> reporter: those grieving family members of all ages say this day never gets any easier. but that it is so important to be here. carrying on that vow made 15 years ago to never forget. marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. >> 15 years like 15 seconds. our thanks to marci. moving to south florida today where spraying for mosquitos starts into county. the spraying is preventative. no zika virus carrying mosquitos have been found there, and it will use a different chemical than the one used in miami beach. some people have been critical of the spraying citing a
potential for harmful effects. a school bus driver in denver is head and students injured after a crash. the driver picked up members of a high school football team when she drove into a concrete pillar. she died at the scene and at least 10 people are being treated. the team arrived at the airport after playing in a tournament in california. a suspect under arrest for an attempted car bombing in tennessee. he placed a device inside an employee's car in an assisted living center. she found it as she got into her car. oaks has extensive knowledge of bomb make and he and that woman had been romantically involved. a deck collapse happened at a house owned by trinity college. the third floor deck fell onto the second floor deck. officials say some of the wood was rotten.
they say it's amazing none of the injuries were more serious. >> a football player arrested accused of punching a referee. the incident was caught on video. adrian bankert reports the parents hope the video will clear their son. >> reporter: this referee knockout caught on camera. >> the ref got punched in the face. >> reporter: the ref holding back a lineman bernard shermer as he has words with the other team. pushing back, and then the hit. the lineman immediately ejected from the game. and later arrested. now facing a felony battery charge. the father saying bernard was hitting himself in the head to calm down. accidentally striking the ref. >> if you go back and look for it, you can clearly see he struck himself. >> reporter: trainers rushing to help the official. he never returned to the game. this the latest case of a ref
roughed up on the field. in texas last year this lineman makes a beeline for the referee. he's down. another player dives into him head first. >> there are 23 states around the country that have decided to create laws that make it a criminal action to assault a referee. >> reporter: the family expects the charges to be dropped. there could be consequences. according to athletic policy, a player hitting a ref could face suspensions. so the opening sunday of the nfl season saw its share of player protests during the national anthem. four of the miami dolphins kneeled before their game in seattle. they held their hands over their hearts and then stood at the conclusion. the sea hawks players and coaches stood together linked arm and arm. >> in kansas city, marcus peters held up his fist. he said it was his way of supporting collin kaepernick.
when the patriots and cardinals got going, it was back and forth down to the stretch. in the fourth quarter arizona took the lead with a touchdown pass from palmer. fitzgerald grabs it. >> and then graroppolo got a position for a position through the uprights. the patriots win 23 -21. >> the patriots now have three games to go before tom brady returns from his four-game suspension. but have no fear. new england fans, he's staying sharp. >> here's the proof. it's a picture posted by his wife. that's brady throwing a pass to his super model wife. she says don't worry. i'll keep him ready. >> she did the perfect catch. her form looked -- >> fully laid out.
extension was great. >> there's a debate going on in new england. not necessarily whether or not there's a quarterback controversy, but who is hotter? >> oh. >> tom brady or his replacement on the right. >> i'm not sure brady thought he would be up for that competition. >> that is garoppolo. apparently in some of the blogs he's been known to distract teammates by being alarmingly good looking. he's been known to be good looking in public, and a scouting report, good looking. >> good looking in public? garoppolo asking if gisele has any friends. coming up, after making an escape, a fugitive speaks out about why he went on the run. and later, it's the battery linked to dozens of fires. are there any other products that use the same technology? >> and remember to find us on
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his third grand slam victory. the match took nearly four hours. the oldest man to win the u.s. open. he's 31. before yesterday's win he'd only defeated djokovic twice. >> a man is explaining himself. >> he remained at large before being recaptured. he's written a letter explaining why he staged his daring escape. here's ron claiborne. >> reporter: the florida inmate who dashed out of a courtroom said he did it to prove he's innocent. he's accused of murder. caught on courtroom cameras, bolting out of a florida courtroom back in july. >> the courthouse is on lockdown. >> reporter: he escaped out of an open courthouse door after breaking out of his handcuffs and shedding his attire.
the 21-year-old says he's innocent of a 2014 sikilling of 59-year-old. and in a new twist he sent this neatly written letter to the judge. i want to apologize for escaping from your courtroom. i hope you don't take it personal. police say he was hiding out in a local motel after he escaped. he was captured six days later after a statewide man hunt. >> our members of the sheriff's office were relentless. they worked nonstop. >> reporter: in the letter hi said he wanted to gather information in his case. i just wanted time to prove my innocence. i felt i was at a dead end with nowhere to turn to. i tried to appeal to everyone to prove to them i was innocent. but my voice went unheard. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> in that letter he never said if he found the evidence. that's a big question. and the other i have is how he
got out of the handcuffs. that's what everybody wanted to know, and it doesn't sound like there's an answer. >> he got out of handcuffs, got by four bailiffs and was able to run down several flights of stairs and get out of there. obviously there was a problem in the system. coming up in the next half hour, by the teenager known as dr. love is back behind bars. the florida 19-year-old is already facing charges of impersonating a doctor. now he's under arrest in virginia over what he tried to do at a car dealership. >> first why the samsung galaxy note 7 phones are prompting warnings. hear what people on planes are being told not to do with their phones. "world news now"
a number of samsung galaxy note 7 phones are apparently burning. >> they are now linked to at least 35 fires and they're sparking special preflight warnings on every flight from coast to coast. >> reporter: the exploding cell phone battery that may have sparked this car fire. now triggering a new preflight warning across america. >> samsung galaxy note 7 phones, are not to be charged or powered on during this flight. >> reporter: passengers on board several domestic carriers hearing a similar message. the instructions coming straight from the faa. >> it's a little shocking and nerve wracking.
and now i'm thinking about it. >> reporter: samsung says there have been at least 35 reports of batteries exploding due to a faulty battery. dangerous on the ground, and as tests show, a nightmare in the sky. >> if one phone is trapped in a seat own crushed on fire, the whole seat is on fire. and wh >> reporter: so far samsung is not issuing a global recall. instead, urging customers to exchange the device. joanie says hers exploded on her night stand, filling her home with smoke. she knew about the issue. >> we were told to wait for the replacement. some sunk is teamsung is te customers to stop using them and exchange them. >> i got off a number of flights from asia where samsung phones are popular, and they haven't started issuing the warnings yet.
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all right. we're going to start the mix with an interesting piece of art. it's popular in the philadelphia streets for people to toss shoe lace over power lines. and one artist there in philadelphia has kind of taken that into his own work of art. check this out. this is noah skielen. he did this portrait of mlk using all shoes. all different kinds. maybe there might be be a couple of jimmy shoes. >> you want to see the exhibit? >> just to see if they have the new jordans, i want to go see it. it's hard to find otherwise. but using all sizes and colors to do this photo, and it's also to promote production there in
philadelphia called the mountain top. >> unbelievable. >> nice work. >> how diouf that vision or make it happen? >> speaking of shoes, made a birdie who got a new pair. this is a mocking bird who had a problem with his feet. you can see they call it knuckling. it's almost like his feet are in a fist. they can't perch or walk or grasp at things. apparently there's an easy fix. so the california wildlife center outfitted the bird with what looks like a tiny pair of snow shoes. they say the bird can walk fine and after about a week of wearing them their feet are just fine. they say this particular birdie is getting ready to be released once again because his feet are just about back to normal. >> and i'm sure it's popular with other mocking birds that are hoping to mock that bird for those shoes. >> because mocking? >> bird . >> right. >> should we move on? >> yep. missed me that much.
as you know, candy corn are popular this time of year, and of course what you've always wonders is brunch flavored candy corn? now you have it. it's out in target stores. they include the french toast version, maple syrup tasting version. strawberry waffle and pancake. >> you love waffles. as we saw. >> unfortunately what they don't have are bloody mary flavored. >> those kendis would eat on air. >> down the whole bag. >> and now we leave you with a chill dog enjoying a blow-dryer. this is louis the golden retriever from california. and louis, apparently, doesn't mind bath time, because this is the pay off. >> if beyonce was
this morning on "world news now," new concerns for hillary clinton regarding her health. first video shows the candidate having trouble in the heat after a 9/11 tribute, and overnight the campaign is now adjusting clinton's schedule. we'll bring you the latest in a moment. >> a pair of earthquakes and now people searching through the rubble in europe and africa. some regions facing difficulty getting aid to those in need as the death toll rises. and dozens of college students injured in a deck collapse. three balconies collapsed under the weight of the partiers. what we're hearing about police and what they believe contributed to the collapse. and there she is, miss america. savvy shields, miss arkansas, inherits the coveted crown from miss georgia. how she wowed the judges with her talent routine and how she
responded to the question about hillary clinton. that's ahead in "the skinny." it's monday, september 12th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> yeah. >> welcome back, kendis. >> clearly i've forgotten when i'm on camera. this is "world news now." sorry, we're not on camera three. >> it is a monday. >> it is. and it's good to be back. we want to get started on a serious note this half hour with the scare for hillary clinton facing a new campaign crisis after an alarming health alert. >> she exited early from a memorial service at ground zero. her legs appeared to give out. she had to be helped to her own van. she was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday and cancelled a fundraising trip to california. >> for months trump raised questions about clinton's health. since the incident, he's been uncharacteristically quiet.
devin dwyer is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton was among thousands including donald trump observing the 15th anniversary of 9/11. mrs. clinton left before it ended. >> it was very hot. >> her staffer came over and said we're going now. >> reporter: but this video shows her leaning against a pillar and appearing to swoon before agents and secret service agents catch her. she was driven to her daughter's apartment. clinton's doctor revealing he was diagnosed with inpneumonia friday. he was put on antibiotics and advised to rest. he was overheated and dehydrated. >> feeling great. >> reporter: she emerged with a smile and wave and no answers
after two hours after her daughter's home. >> what happened? >> it's a beautiful day new york. >> reporter: she then returned to her home. clearly it hasn't been serious enough to keep her off the campaign trail. >> reporter: her health and openness about it front and center in the race for the white house. >> she doesn't have the strength or the stamina. >> reporter: donald trump moves to neck and neck. in key states in the latest polls. >> is she transparent and open? >> reporter: a new flash point in the race with the election now less than two months away. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. and the first general election presidential debate is set to take place in two weeks from today. it could be a deciding factor for many voters. a new poll found nearly one in four americans say how the candidates perform in the debate could have an impact in their choice for president. nearly 75% say they're likely to watch the first debate from new york.
president obama summed up the feelings of many saying those lost in the september 11th attacks will never be forgotten. >> he observed the 15th anniversary of the attacks by laying a wreath at the pentagon memorial service. he called those who died 3,000 beautiful lives. >> here in new york the light at the world trade center will shine until dawn. thousands of survivors and victim's families gathered. >> in pennsylvania hundreds were at the flight 93 national memorial to honor those killed on the plane that crashed there. 40 people were killed after fighting the terrorists for control of that plane. overseas earthquakes over the weekend caused frayed nerves. first in the eastern european country of macedonia. a 5.3 quake caused damage to buildings. a car was damaged after a piece of building fell on it. dozens of people suffered slight injuries.
mostly while leaving their homes in a panic. there were also several strong aftershocks. it was more serious in eastern africa after a more powerful earthquake on saturday. the magnitude 5.7 killed at least 11 people in tanzania. all the victims were killed in the same town when brick structures collapsed. other earthquakes in the area have caused landslides. >> a deadly shooting in a walmart shooting began when two suspects hit a woman in the back of the head. a good samaritan tried to intervene. he was shot. a second good samaritan shot and killed one of the suspects. people who witnessed the shooting were shook up. >> pretty upsetting to see a man shot in front of you and die there in walmart's lot. >> the second suspect was eventually captured. the first good samaritan and the woman were seriously hurt but are expected to be okay.
a bus driver was killed and several others injured after a bus veered and crashed into a concrete pillar at the denver airport. it had just picked up a football team. for some reason the driver circled back to the airport instead of exiting. most of the connecticut college students injured saturday night were released from the hospital after three decks collapsed at a party off campus. >> reporter: chaos and off campus house party in connecticut. does dozens injured. three decks packed with people collapsed. >> three balconies collapsed and people are trapped underneath. >> reporter: the deck crashing in the middle of the crowded party landing on the porch below. then all collapsed onto the first floor. dozens trapped. >> we were getting reports that people scattered and there was debris on people. >> reporter: most students at
trinity college, the college owning but not managing the 91-year-old house. >> you see a lot of the wood rotted and old and structurally not sound. and then you get 50 or 60 kids out there. >> reporter: we've seen this combination before. last year this roof collapsed during a college party in california. and six students were killed when this balcony collapsed from the fourth floor of an apartment building. in all as many as 30 people taken to area hospitals with minor injuries. officials saying it is a miracle no one was killed in this accident. trinity college confirming to abc news they own the property but at this point they aren't sure when it was last inspected. eva pilgrim. abc news, new york. >> a blunt warning this morning for owners of samsung's galaxy note 7 phone. samsung is urging people to stop using the phones and exchange them as soon as possible. this is because the phone's
batteries caused dozens of fires. u.s. authorities are working on a recall. several airlines are telling passengers not to use the phone on board or to store it in their checked boards. tesla is upgrading the auto pilot system to make it rely on more on radar and less on visual. elon musk says the update will be available in a week or two through the software update. it will force drivers to pay attention more and keep their hands on the steering wheel. the changes follow a fatal crash in may that musk says the software update would have prevented. this sounds like a joke. the fish that got away. fell on a woman in a park. a 16-inch cat fish fell on a woman in philadelphia. she suffered a cut near her eye and swelling on her face. >> so some of her friends think they spotted the culprit fleeing the scene. a large bird that was probably
carrying the fish and dropped it. as a girl she said she'd often cat fished but this is the first time a fish caught her. >> when they started talking about this story in the media and said this woman got hit by a cat fish, it took me a while to realize she wasn't on a boat or beach. she was in a park. >> and i thought she went out with a date and the date wasn't actually a millionaire. you know. >> no. >> no. no she just really got cat fished. >> coming up, why dr. love is back behind bars. the florida teenager already facing charges for impersonating a doctor. he's back behind bars. what he did at a car dealership. >> a new miss america has been crowned. what we're founding out about miss arkansas, the 21-year-old. that's ahead in "the skinny." first, here's a look at today's forecast.
you are looking at a spectacular image from hawaii's volcano. you can see the lake of lava has started coming into view at the top of the volcano. it's the first time it's been visible since may of last year. there have been several earthquakes in the vicinity. and here on the mainland, a florida teenager known as doctor love is behind bars again. >> he's facing charges of impersonating a doctor. now he's accused of identity theft and fraud.
>> reporter: the teen known as dr. love is back behind bars. 19-year-old malachi love robinson was arrested in virginia on friday after allegedly attempting to purchase a luxury car using false documents. the teen made headlines after he was accused of illegally posing as a doctor. >> reporter: he was arrested in february after police say he gave a medical exam to an undercover officer. he's now awaiting trial after pleading not to those charges. he sat down with abc news shortly after being released from jail. is this all a misunderstanding? have you had training? >> i have. i have shadowed many doctors. >> reporter: you're saying your training comprises shadowing real doctors? that's your training in medicine? >> your training comprises of a lot of things. >> reporter: when he allegedly
the application raised several red flags. and when employees performed an online search of love robinson, they found his previous arrest and called the police. love robinson was arrested after the dealership. he's been held on new charges of fraud. this time with no bond. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> i did notice in his new mug shot, he has facial hair. these kids grow up so quickly nowadays. when we come back, the newly crowned miss america. and what daniel radcliffe is saying about a possible return to "harry potter ". miss america.
♪ ♪ ♪ >> well, topping the skinny headlines this morning, the newly crowned miss america. >> the competition for miss america 2017 played out live from atlantic city's boardwalk hall right here on abc. one of the celebrity judges, gabby douglas defended the swim suit competition saying she's for supporting what makes the contestants feel beautiful and confident. >> and miss missouri, the first openly gay contestant in the miss america pageant was eliminated relatively early in the evening.
>> in the end, it was miss arkansas who won the crown. she wowed the judges with her jazz dance to a song from the tv show "smash", and gave a pointed answer to her question about her feelings on hillary clinton. >> if you're trying to be leader of the free world, everything you say and do matters. and all your actions are held to a higher standard. unfortunately the media loves to sensationalize everything. it's hard to tell what's truth and what's scandal. >> all right. miss arkansas now is miss america. will be paid a six figure salary to embark on a yearlong national speaking tour traveling approximately 20,000 miles a month for tv appearances, parades, hometown events and promoting women's issues. next to news of the passing of one member of a powerful david arquette and patricia arquette.
dyed dyied at the age of 47 aftr a long fight with an illness. her big break came in "last exit to brooklyn". >> her long list of credits included mostly low budget and independent projects. she performed in nightclubs and cabarets, often under the name eva destruction. >> she also appeared on season six of "the surreal life". she's being remembered for her efforts of bringing increased awareness to the transgender community. next he's 27 years old, but daniel radcliffe may not have completely outgrown of harry potter. >> he's long since distanced himself from that role. cutting his teeth on tougher fare. such as "swiss army man".
>> but with an interview he said he will not rule out the return to the character that made him a star. if warner brothers goes ahead with another film -- >> he said, quote, i'll never close that door. that would be a stupid thing to do. yes. yes. i love harry potter. >> harry potter in the retirement home. the sequel. >> i will go watch it. and finally, beyonce took time out in the middle of her concert on saturday night in st. louis, missouri, to help make at least one dream come true. >> after performing single ladies. she handed the microphone to one of her backup dancers. john silver. he walked over to his girlfriend and got on one knee. >> and the crowd goes wild. he, of course -- you can't hear is him popping the question. she, of course, says yes, and he got an immediate blessing from queen bey. >> she joked now let's see you do some of the choreography after that.
she posted on instagram later describing the surprise saying shocked is an understatement. >> i should mention, i saw beyonce in chicago. that was one of the things that i was disappointed with. she didn't do single ladies, and it wasn't part of her set. i'm wondering if perhaps she added it just to help out with this proposal. >> do you think she didn't do single ladies because she's seen you try to dance to the song and she knows? >> oh. >> beyonce. right here. give the man single ladies. he needs, please. >> these are the moves you missed. >> it would have been funny to see the dancer -- the dance captain do the choreography to the song. with the ring on it. >> like a migraine.
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firefighter joe joe espasito lost so much. when the towers collapsed, his brother and cousin and so many in his fire house died. >> we lost 11 members. that's almost half the members. >> reporter: joe joe, one of she has tasked to deliver the grim news to the families affected. >> there was times i felt like breaking down, but i had to be strong for my family and their families too. >> reporter: but joe joe made a promise. those families would see him again. >> this is me with lisa. she lost her husband in rescue five. >> reporter: he became a different type of hero. >> he has always been there for us. he's still there for us. >> unbelievable. taking care of his own family and all these other families at the same time. it was something special. >> it's like having another dad. joe joe is there. >> reporter: he says the surviving members of rescue five and statin island all came together, and there are still no easy days. >> 15 years is just a number to some people. to us, like we said, all those missed parties and
anniversaries. you can't get that back. >> reporter: as a firefighter you're trained to rescue people. did you receive a type of training for the role you do now? >> there's no training for life. you deal with it the best way you can as it comes across. hope floi -- hopefully you're able to do it the right way. >> and joe joe has essentially become a father figure to 26 children. he's there for birthdays, holidays, graduations and weddings. >> it's fascinating. it's been 15 years. many of the victim's families saying it's felt like 15 seconds. of course, the key thing has been to never forget and the world really has not forgotten. the tributes and light switch has taken place every year, taking place once again there in lower manhattan. some 88 search lights take part of this tribute. >> gives you chills every time you look at it. e 50 to 85:
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making news in america this morning -- hillary clinton's health. canceling today's west coast trip after being rushed out of a 9/11 memorial. caught here on camera. can questions about her health hurt her campaign? evacuations are under way in california. the new video coming in just now. a boat packed with passengers on fire and slamming into a pier. the fate of those on board. and the newly crowned miss america wows the judges in competition. see why guest judge gabby douglas is defending the sw swimsuit section.