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good morning, america. this morning -- breaking overnight. hollywood tragedy. "fast & furious" actor paul walker killed in a high-speed car crash while riding in a porsche outside los angeles. reaction from shocked co-stars to fans. what police are saying about how it all happened. the fantastic finish. some are calling this the greatest game in all of college football history, auburn stunning alabama in the game's final seconds. this morning, both teams weighing in on an instant classic. incredible new video. a deadly train derailment in new york. train cars tossed like toy, dozenings injured and
investigators try to figure out what happened. and flying high. more than 60 female skydivers from around the globe take the plunge. the amazing video of a jump that landed them in the record books. and good morning, everyone. let's get straight to the breaking news out of hollywood this morning. >> paul walker, one of the stars of the enormously popular "fast & furious" movies, dead in a car crash. the accident scene tells the story. there it is. walker was a passenger in a porsche that collided with a pole and caught fire. the actor had been attending his charity event to benefit typhoon victims in the philippines. we have team coverage beginning with cecilia vega at the crash site. in santa clarita, california. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. fans have been out here all night long, mourning the loss of
paul walker. when this crash happened, the fire was so big, witnesses raced to put it out with fire extinguishers. a crash site turned into a memorial. overnight, it was a joyride that ended in this. >> l.a. 156 we're on scene, we have one car fully engulfed. >> two confirmed doa. >> reporter: when rescue crews arrived the twisted remains of the car scene, this video obtained exclusively by abc news still engulfed in flames. >> two people dead. one of them is paul walker. from "fast & furious." >> we heard the crash. we heard the explosion. and we got up here as quick as we could. to find out what it was. >> reporter: the crash left the mangled car unrecognizable. the red porsche wrapped around a tree. according to walker's friend, jim thorpe, the passenger inside was actor paul walker and the driver, walker's friend, roger rhodas. both pronounced dead at the scene following what was supposed to be a quick spin. >> this was just a tragic accident that happened on a joyride. they were just taking the car for a drive. >> reporter: two bodies removed
by the coroners. that car, placed on the back of a truck and driven away. investigators said it appeared that the driver lost control before hitting this tree in a quiet business park. >> paul wanted to go for a ride. he wanted to go for a ride in the car and they went for a ride. and that was the last we saw of them. >> reporter: the 40-year-old actor rose to fame behind the wheel of fast cars in street races in the blockbuster "fast & furious" movies. on sunday, he attended his charity toy drive and car show to help victims of last month's victims from the typhoon in the philippines. walkers most recent movie, "hours," a moefr about hurricane katrina, is is the for release in two weeks. >> this wasn't supposed to happen. >> reporter: as for the investigation in to what happened this goes on, so does the shock of an actor famous for his love of cars on and off screen. and the irony of what happened out here is lost on no one. hollywood is absolutely stunned this morning.
we have seen all night long, twitter and online, from some of hollywood's biggest stars. the person behind the wheel was a professional driver. but, bianna, why they crashed this morning is still under investigation. >> a life cut way too short. cecilia, our thanks to you. walker shot to fame as undercover cop brian o'connor in the hugely successful "fast & furious" movie series that featured loads of wild chases and car crashes. hed been in the middle of similaring the seven thd movie set to release next summer. abc's chris connolly is in los angeles with more on his career. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. it was a career that began back in the '80s on television. yet for the last 12 years, paul walker's name and his obvious on-screen appeal had been synonymous with the "fast & furious" movies. >> it's been a while since i have been behind the wheel of one of these. >> reporter: a main stay of the "fast & furious" franchise. paul walker was a foot to the floor phenomenon. starring as brian o'connor.
>> i'm not going any where. >> reporter: it put him in all kinds of thrill scenarios. he came off his calling car in hollywood. perfect vehicle for his can-do charm and that appealing grin. born in glendale, california, the blonde blue-eyed walker modeled as a child. later turning up in the '80s on such sitcoms as "who's the boss" and "charles in charge." >> right now i don't like myself at all. >> reporter: in the big screen, he would be in seen in late '90s movies, like "varsity blues." >> i was lying in bed last night. >> reporter: but "fast & furious" made him a star. >> how was that one. >> reporter: as news of his death spread saturday night, walker's friends and co-stars took to social media to pay tribute to his memory. from an instagram account said so belong to his long time "fast & furious" co-star vin diesel.
"brother, i will miss you very much. i am absolutely speechless. heaven has gained a new angel. rest in peace." at the time of his death, walker was raising funds for the charity, reach out worldwide. he leaves behind a daughter, meadow. and millions of saddened fans. >> we both said we were leaving that life behind. >> reporter: paul walker died on saturday in a car accident in santa clarita, california, he was 40 years old. in additional cause for sadness. hollywood often finds interesting roles for its best-looking actors to play once they're middle age, sad to think we'll miss out on those sort of performances from paul walker. dan? >> we will. we should say, abc news will continue to cover this story, especially as we wait the results of the investigation. chris, thank you. now, though, to the white house calling on north korea to free an 85-year-old u.s. arm y veteran being held as a war criminal. this, as merrill newman's family gets an update on his health. abc's jeff zeleny is covering the story from the white house. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. what began as a trip of a
lifetime, has turned into a nightmare for this american war veteran in north korea. the white house is weighing in for the first time, urging north korea to release a u.s. veteran of the korean war, held for nearly five weeks. merrill newman, an 85-year-old retired california finance executive and grandfather, was an a sightseeing trip to north korea when he was detained on october 26th. he reappeared this weekend. in a videotaped message, he apologized for what he called hostile acts. >> on this trip, i can understand that in u.s. and western countries there is misleading information and propaganda about dprk. >> reporter: the new images of newman prompted a new rebuke from the obama administration. given mr. newman's advanced age and health conditions, we urge the dprk to release mr. newman so he may return home and reunite with his family. all this, as vice president biden visits asia this week,
with a stop in south korea. the united states has no official diplomatic relations with north korea, but swedish embassy officials visited newman on saturday, they say he's alive and receiving his medication. in a statement saturday night, in a statement saturday night, the newman family implored the north korean government to take into account his health and his age and as an act of humanitarian compassion, allow him to depart immediately for home. now, there's optimism for his release, given his apparent treatment so far, but also, the reality of how serious this captivity is, another american also accused of hostile acts, has been held for more than a year. and this morning, the state department and the white house warning again to u.s. citizens not to travel to north korea. dan and bianna. >> jeff, our thanks to you. this is also a crucial weekend for the obama administration on another front, the deadline has come and gone for fixing the disastrous healthcare.gov. >> how is it going, let's bring
in george stephanopoulos. who will be hosting "this week" later this morning. so, how it's going? >> the white house is going to release new numbers this morning. the white house says it's working. meeting the goals they set. it will work for 80% of the users. they now say it's capable of handling 50,000 people at the same time on the website. 800,000 a day, with less than a second to load a page and less than 1% of error. those are the numbers right now. the white house knows, though, it has to continue to work over time. over the next month, as they face these new deadlines for the end of the year and in march to get new enrollment for obama care. >> george, how high are the stakes for the president to get this right? he would be the first to say that health care is his legacy defining initiative. >> it could not be higher. this as you said, it defines the president's legacy. his signature legislative achievement. especially heading into the final three years of his second term, not much prospect to gain much more on the legislative front. he has got to make this work.
he has to fight all of these efforts to dismantle it. that's why it's so crucial. >> just to hammer this home, if he doesn't make this one website work, his whole agenda for his second term really hangs in the balance? >> because there's so little else he can get done. in the second term. listen, he'll still be president. he's still going to face multiple foreign challenges. we just saw him negotiating this deal with iran. on the legislative front, this is the big achievement. this is what has to work. >> we're seeing it already have an impact on immigration. something that he wanted to turn to next after this. so, this is a big weekend for the president. we'll see. >> sure. >> really big. george, thank you. george is going to have a big show this morning. with the latest on the obama's website fix, obama care website fix and much more. that's coming up later this morning on "this week." right here on abc. let's turn to ron claiborne with the morning's other top stories. hey, ron. >> hello, bianna golodryga and dan harris. good morning, everyone. we begin with the latest from that deadly helicopter crash in scotland, rescue crews are searching through the wreckage of a pub that the chopper hit, looking for possible survivors.
8 people are confirmed dead. 14 others in serious condition. police are working to recover the remains of the victims. they're hoping survivors may still be found. the roof of the crowded glasgow pub collapsed friday evening when the police helicopter crashed into it. and new details are emerging from that plane crash in a alaska. 25-year-old mother, a passenger on that plane made a desperate cell phone car for help that her baby was injured, she walked a mile in the snow to the nearest village to lead authorities to the site of the crash. that killed four of the plane's ten passengers, including her child. now that to deadly breaking news. abc news has confirmed four people are dead and dozens are injured. they are working to free people trapped in cars. it oured on the metro north line headed to new york city. on the heels of black friday
all across the country friday, shoppers took their local mom and pop shops to celebrate small business saturday. among the shoppers, the first family out doing a little holiday shopping on their own at a local bookstore. >> what did you buy? >> it's a long list. some outstanding books. i have every book for every age group, from 5 until 52. >> even his leather jacket. he didn't ride in on a motorcycle. i don't think. some of the books included "the kite runner, " the sports gene," and "harold of the purple crayon," a favorite of dan. >> oh, yeah. the plot twist at the end of that is amazing. moving quickly overseas, prince william spent part of his weekend trying out state of the art motorcycles in the uk. the heir to throne was all smiles as he checked out the new model of that bike. like younger brother harry, he's
been riding motorbikes since he was a younger man. organizers of the show gave william a mini bike for baby george. no word on how kate feels like that. would you like a mini bike for jake? >> oh, sure. along with that leather jacket that the president was sporting. right. okay, finally, back at the states. quite an explosive event at a green bay, wisconsin, dealership. they blew up a ten-foot papier mache turkey. wondering why? this is the sixth annual turkey explosion. something to do with green bay. that's not a turkey. same turkey being blown up on tape there. not repeated turkeys. they were -- used a mortar round to do this. the dealership, though, had to clear with the department of homeland security, if you can imagine. >> kind of harsh. >> a little harsh, disturbing video there for some people. >> thanks, ron. well, we're going to turn to
a fantastic finish to one of the most memorable college football games ever. i'm so bummed it missed this last night. it was an unbelievable last-second length-of-the-field touchdown run by an auburn tiger knocking powerhouse number one alabama from the ranks of the unbeaten and ending the crimson tide's chances of winning a third consecutive national title. abc's rob nelson is here with the latest on this great story. good morning to you, rob? >> reporter: good morning, bianna. you should have stayed up. if you're a college football fan and this is probably all you have been talking or tweeting about since last night, the auburn/alabama matchup is always an intense, in-state rivalry. baurn's amazing come back saturday gave fans one of the most electrifying moments in recent sports history. it was a jaw-dropping final play, an upset to end all upsets. a stunner that rocked the college football world and elevated an already-epic battle into an instant classic.
one second left on the clock. the auburn tigers topped their rival alabama in this year's iron bowl, by running back a missed field goal, 109 yards for a touchdown. the wild ending capped off a game of extraordinary drama, from blocked field goals to end zone bombs. auburn shattered alabama's chance for a third consecutive national title and now have positioned themselves for a chance at college football's big trophy. >> not only do you have this wild finish you also have sports history being made, really, with auburn upsetting alabama, maybe one of the great teams of all time. >> reporter: within seconds of the win, droves of fans rushed the field and pandemonium ensued. the epic ending also set off a social media fire storm, with fans and even celebrities
chiming in. pop star justin timberlake tweeted, that is one of the best football games i've ever seen. what a wild ending! these auburn fans captured the excitement from inside the stadium. and this friendly rivalry, pure hysteria! they're having fun. it has been a season of miracles for the auburn tigers and their new head coach. a year ago, they were 3-9, now they're 11-1. later today, new college football rankings will be released with alabama likely to fall from the top spot. now, as fourth-ranked auburn, they'll head to atlanta next weekend to take on missouri in the s.e.c. title game. dan? >> rob, thanks. now to a very different type of feat, this one at altitude. check this out. dozens of women jumping out of planes, setting a new world record for skydiving. abc's linzie janis here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, impressive, isn't it? the women you're about to see
who make history in their sport, range in age from 20 to 53. they are from 18 different countries. for these 63 women, the moment finally here. on a crisp arizona saturday, diving their way into the record books. >> it's vertical diving. so, we're on heads while we're in free-fall. >> reporter: that's right. they're upside down, taking a leap of faith aimed at setting a new world record for the largest all-female formation of its kind. >> we exit the airplane in a choreographed fashion. and we all start to go towards the center. >> reporter: the drop from 18,000 feet. the timing, crucial. >> so, we have about 40 seconds working time. maybe a little less. >> reporter: all while hurdling towards the earth at 165 miles per hour. 95 women, trying out for just 63
spots. >> the rush comes from not exactly a fear of skydiving, but more of an excitement of being doing something together as a group. rrp the average sky dive is down from 13,000 feet. these women were diving from 18,000 feet. requiring them to take oxygen in the last 5,000 feet. they jumped out of three different planes. they described the task as difficult and stressful. >> can't imagine that. >> the video is mesmerizing. i can watch it all day. it's beautiful. >> i think i know where they got their inspiration, though. a year and a half ago ginger and i did our own skydiving. right, ginger? >> unquestionably. >> no doubt that was it. >> i passed out. and ginger went back to work. it was a typical day for ginger, who's covering the weather this morning. doesn't it remind you of our wonderful day. >> some what. i think we have a ways to go. i love dan's face. he did not know -- we did not inspire that. let's go ahead and start with some inspiring weather or maybe not if you were trying to see the grand canyon, because
you couldn't. that's right, that's clouds. held down by an invention or cold air. it's like a cap that keeps it on. folks trying to see it couldn't. but, believe me, there's a big change coming in the weather, happy first day of meteorological winter. by the way, i know you have been waiting for that. december 1st marks that. we have to wait for astronomical winter later. the disruptive pattern starts here, in the pacific northwest, especially later today and early tomorrow, what that means for seattle and portland, heavy rains at times. what that means for the mountains, five states under some sort of winter weather advisory, watches or warnings. mountain shows could add up above one or two feet. but when we're talking rain, just east of seattle and portland, the numbers in the five-plus range, that's problematic. we could easily see some flash flood warnings as the foothills get very, very wet. some travel disruptions possible. talking about travel in the northeast, looks better than when we went into the holiday. parts of new england and into central and parts of western new york might see a little freezing rain mix. western massachusetts has a freezing rain advisory.
caribou, 30 today. philadelphia will be 46. you go back to the west, indianapolis is relatively mild at 47. leave you with a look at what's happening in the southwest, if you're traveling to or from there. looking really good. l.a. today, goes to 72. phoenix, 74. el paso, 68. that's a look at >> ron, let's get ready to play or at least see -- ♪ sunset sunday >> oh, goodness, that's nice. >> i really -- i need a recording of that.
>> i like your outfit, ginger. >> i can hear dogs howling in the distance. >> washington, the state of washington from kimberly. thank you. that is choice "a." this is choice "b." wildwood, new jersey. susan took a pretty one there. and oklahoma. a lake in oklahoma. >> okay. >> and finally, meredith from santa barbara, california. meredith went to valparaiso, my alma mater. i even know her. >> that gives her leg up. i'm going with "d." >> "a," "b," "c" or "d." i need you to go online. vote right now. in the next half-hour, we announce the winner of sunset sunday. >> okay. and what time we do show up at your house to celebrate meteorologist winter? >> we used to have those in college. we did. >> ginger trivia. >> okay, i think i know which one i'm going with. all right. >> "c" is my vote. >> all right, i know my vote. coming up on "good morning america" -- suburban murder
shocker, two years after a student was buried alive, his best friend turns himself into the police. why his lawyer says his client didn't do it. plus, stepping out. first daughter sasha obama like her mom becoming a fashion trendsetter. first, these two sweaters. now, the shiny silver shoes making a splash. >> i like that unicorn. and one more time for one direction. we can't get enough, an encore performance from the red-hot boy band's "gma" concert in central park. >> sara is already hyperventilating. ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪
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what's the retail on one of those? >> as we're remembering paul walker this morning, the star of the "fast & the furious," fans and friends still reeling from his sudden death overnight. good morning, america. >> it's sunday, december 1st. the future of walker's next film "the fast & and the furious 7" is now apparently in limbo. ron claiborne has more on that story along with the final check of to morning's headlines. good morning, everyone. an outpouring of tributes this morning for actor paul walker, he was killed overnight in a fiery car crash, walker was a passenger in a friend's porsche when it crashed into a tree and burst into flames. this happened outside los angeles overnight. the twisted remains of the car seen here in this video obtained exclusively by abc news, walker and the driver of the car were
both killed. investigators say the driver lost control of the car and that speed was a factor. the 40-year-old actor was working on the seventh installment of the wildly popular series of the movie "fast & and furious." and breaking news this morning. a massive train derailment in new york city, that left at least four people dead and dozens injured. they are working to reach passengers trapped inside cars and some flipped over and leaning to the side on the commuter line. that is in the bronx. and with the passing of the november 30th deadline, self-imposed deadline to fix the embattled obama care website, healthcare.gov, administration officials say that the site is finally performing well. their characterization. they say that up to 50,000 users can now logon at the same time with fewer errors being reported. and finally, remember those famous beards boston red sox sported throughout the world series. one is worth a lot of money. this morning, the trimmings from
red sox star david ortiz's beard were put up for auction. for a charity. and big papi's shorn beard sold for, check this out, $11,000. >> yours can be worth more. >> we'll see. give it a few weeks. >> that's a science experiment. we may want to avoid. ron, thank you. turning now to the story of two teenagers so close people said they were like brothers. then one of them was killed, buried alive in fact, and now two years later, police have charged his best friend with murder. abc's gio benitez is on the story. >> reporter: this morning, 21-year-old thomas liming, seen here in a high school photo, sits behind bars accused of murdering his own best friend, kyle underhill. underhill's death shocked a quiet long island community in 2011. the 18-year-old graduating senior disappeared that november. days later, police found his beaten body in a marsh behind an elementary school. the case went cold. >> many cases take a number of
months or sometimes years to solve because of evidence, basically. >> reporter: police say that liming turned himself in just days ago when he learned he would be indicted. but a former classmate now says that liming could not have killed underhill. >> they were extremely close. they were inseparable. they always laughed together. i have never seen them have a fight whatsoever. >> reporter: investigators suspected murder from the beginning, because underhill's body was found covered with a wood board, two sticks lodged in his mouth. >> this murder is -- has a lot to do with passion and rage. two key components to this. it's highly personal. and it's overkill. >> reporter: mysteriously, underhill left behind this yearbook message. saying in part, to all my friends i'm so glad for the times we had together. to everyone else, i hate you
all. while police haven't released a motive or many details, but liming's defense attorney said in a statement, thomas liming did not commit a crime and when the jury hears all the evidence, mr. liming will be found not guilty. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> such a bizarre story. our thanks to gio. time for a check of the weather and back over to ginger. hey, ginger. >> it's not all sunsets on this sunday. we do have pictures from cleveland, an ice in the forefront. the skyline in the back. really nice. thank you for sending that in, ryan. kevin took this sunrise at the capitol. wow. there in d.c. that is just a beautiful shot. i want to tell you about some things that aren't quite as beautiful, showers in parts of florida. going to be light today. 78 for miami. 76 for orlando. it should be dry in atlanta. plenty of sunshine at 55. birmingham warming up there. 58, that is more mild air on the backside for people cold in the last week. and then, i mentioned that big
storm in the northwest, how much snow and where it will produce snow. you can see it 12 to 24 inch range there in the dark fuchsia. there are six states that are in some winter watch or warning. extended into north dakota. this is going to go east. as we begin the first day of mete mete meteorlogical winter. you're going to feel it. in the west. look at how cool it gets. 6 for billings. for the all high temperature by midweek. denver d >> look at all of the votes. i swear they get bigger and bigger. and of course, i put them up
last night and today. with almost 200 votes, the winner is "d," from santa barbara, meredith garofalo. she's a meteorologist. i went to school with her, well, at the same school. she is a little younger than me. she's starting at our affiliate keyt. this is not rigged. i swear, people voted for her. congratulations. >> i voted for her. >> you need an assistant now, ginger. >> she's been tallying those votes all morning. >> ron, would you like the job? >> recount. recount. >> while they do some math. let's tell you what's coming up on the show -- the song that you didn't get to see. we saved a performance from one direction's concert just for you. gisele bundchen passing off beauty secrets to baby. how she's teaching her daughter who's not even 1 to stay in shape. you got to be kidding me. that's coming up in "pop news." that's coming up in "pop news."
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so bad either. 6 but it's someone else stealing the limelight in in photo. their adorable daughter, vivian. the supermodel instagramed this photo in her yoga studio. how cute is that. >> pretty cute. >> i think the little bundchen is doing downward dog, though. which is not -- >> very cute. >> cynical sunday ron, welcome to the conversation. >> very cute. okay, i don't want to fight for two days in a row. sasha obama is following in her mom's footsteps. she is already hailed as a fashion icon. these silver shoes are a must-have item. adds sasha wore them to welcome the white house christmas try to the white house. the shoes cost just over $70. from asos. the same brand of her unicorn sweater which sold out after she wore it to a college basketball game. i think bianna has that sweater. >> i would love that sweater. >> this panda sweater is also a fashion hit, these doc martins.
at this rate, her selling power will still rival kate middleton. >> you have the panda sweater too? >> i have been wearing that panda sweater for years. it never caught on until she wore it. >> that was a reindeer, i thought. >> very cute. >> oh, my gosh, ron, mute. and finally, there's a hero war raging. in hollywood with two hercules blockbusters fighting for glory. one starring the rock and the other kellan lutz. the kellan lutz movie has just been renamed in an effort to distinguish itself from its competitor. it will go the legend of hercules. rather than hercules, the legend begins. keep that straight, okay, people? new trailer has also been released giving us another glimpse of the hottie patotty kellen lutz and his abs. >> that is a meteorological term. hottie. >> if they can rename the movie, hottie -- >> i see it. speaking of our in-house herculean abs, dan harris.
>> i hide them under the blazer but it's very tough to hide. >> i think i'm going to buy that unicorn sweater for christmas. >> that sweater accentuates these abs. >> i'm sure it does. right to the abs. >> wash boards. >> all right, as you visualize dan in that wash board sweater -- >> sorry, i apologize. we're going to go with break. coming up on "good morning america" -- exclusive. get this, one direction performance. can't get enough of them from their concert last week, it's making fans go absolutely wild. that's coming up. keep it here. ♪ shop the adam levine collection, exclusively at kmart.
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