about an unknown threat faced by emergency crews and passengers. mike mibach discovered, the plane was holding black fuselage on board. >> reporter: asiana went down at 11:37 a.m. >> to see the totality. the mayor destruction. >> reporter: jay carnes based out on station three. >> we had the fire completely out. we were in an overall stage. wrapping up overhaul. we were made aware that there was a potential for phosphorous being on board. >> reporter: according to one source, at least 45 pounds of yellow phosphorous was in the cargo hold. today a spokesman for the ntsb said in an e-mail the faa's ash security determined the shipment was yellow phosphorous which is not classified as a hazardous material. >> it's a hazardous material, highly flammable. it's not something you want to get on you or ingest. >> reporter: at 2:51 p.m. 3-1/2 hours after the crash, this internal e-mail obtained by ktvu was sent out to all officers. all units that responded turn out for cleaning. >> they were all wearing self- contained breathing apparatus. we take precautions on every fire. >> reporter: the
atmosphere on final approach. mike mibach, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> stay with ktvu for continuing coverage. we'll bring you the latest on the flight as it develops both on air and on your mobile device. >>> we've got some clouds out there now. we've got fog and low clouds. and high clouds overhead. you can see showers showing up just south of the area, watch that as they kind of move up. those showers should stay south of the bay area, as we go into the evening hour, but it was close. rain down in fresno, and rain up in the stockton area. temperatures outside right now are on the cool side. the marine layer stretched out just a little bit. when it did that, it pushed fog, and most air far inland. 62 in livermore. much cooler tonight than last night. the winds are blowing too. tomorrow morning clouds, and warm inland. in the weekend, the warming trend will ensue, by the weekend, temperatures get back up into the mid-90s, especially on sunday. the marine layer steepened out a bit. getting up over the coastal hills. that's why tomorrow morning, we're going to see plenty of fog and low clouds.
wong and mike mibach have the latest on the investigation going op. mornings on two beginning an hour earlier tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. and a quick update on your sunday forecast, right now low clouds and fog on the coast, already pushing back into the bay. as a result, tomorrow morning, partly to mostly cloudy and temperatures start out sunday morning, most areas in the 50s. santa rosa, 52 freezing, san josi, 54 and our forecast model showing you all the cloud cover tomorrow at 6:00. clearing back to near the shoreline by afternoon showers, but still some patchy fog for the coast and even around san francisco. temperatures tomorrow will be warmer than today. warmest locations on track to reach the upper 80s to right around 90 degrees. san mateo, 75 degrees. a look ahead, the five-day forecast, warming continues monday into tuesday and a little bit of a dropoff with the numbers wednesday into thursday. looks a like a quiet forecast over the next . >>> good evening everybody and welcome to this abbreviate the saturday night sportswrap. you can watch a lot of baseball and never see
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