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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> cell phone video shows an impromptu skate boarding competition and it all ends up in chaos. several skaters and one police officer got hurt. so the question right now, was this handled correctly? police are looking into the situation. thanks for joining us. >> kristen is off. skate borders say it was handled poorly, police meanwhile say that they just wanted to keep everyone safe. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live with the newest information and how those victims are doing, amy. >> reporter: hi jessica. there's a lot of cell phone vid grow last night, but there's one clip that has a lot of people upset. it's when a skate border and a
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police officer collide. some people point to that moment as when things got tense. watch as a police officer and skate border collide on delores street last night during an informal skate boarding competition that drew hundreds to the park. watch again in slow motion, some were outraged saying it looks like the officer sticks his arm out causing him to call. then a police spokesman says it is hard to tell. what they know is they collided. and the officer was taken to the hospital with a shoulder injury. police say they tried to offer aid to the skater, but couldn't find him in the crowd. police were called when people complained that skaters had taken over delores street and cars couldn't get through. it turned into a standoff. police in riot gear say skaters were throwing things and yelling. one nearby resident heard what was happening but didn't to want go outside. >> skate borders brought out like a huge force of cops. so it was just fascinating.
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>> reporter: two police cars were damaged with graffiti and a broken window. >> it bothered me that the -- there was another police car that was vandalized, there was trash, like the back windows was broken in. that, to me, is excessive. that's not necessary at all. so that disturbed me. >> reporter: there was one major injury. a skater almost makes it down the hill, and then crashes. witnesses say he was motionless and bleeding. police say he was taken to the hospital, but expected to survive. >> not scared, but concerned for the guy that was injured. and it was pretty -- it looked pretty fun, but dangerous at the same time. >> reporter: police haven't heard about his condition changing today and that that's a good sign. they think he's going to be okay. the police officer was treated and released from the hospital. no arrests were made. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. developing news now in the
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south bay, firefighters continue to battle a fire in the san jose foothills, now this started yesterday afternoon and now stands at 101 acres and 50% containment. abc 7 news reporter tiffany wilson live at that house destroyed by the flames, tiffany. >> reporter: yes, hi, this was the only house destroyed. two others were damaged and the family that lives in the house just arrived a little bit ago. they were able to salvage a box or two, but that's about it. years of memories now reduced to smokey and soaking wet rubble. this husk of a house clings to the hillside. the rest of it was consumed in yesterday's fast-moving wild fire. >> i spoke with the son last night, and very unfortunate circumstances, but grateful they're able to get out with nobody being harmed. >> reporter: he lives across the street. fire poured down the hillside behind his home. it stopped just 20 feet away. >> we went back there and i think it was starting to sink in that very, very fortunate that
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somehow, that it skipped our house. with the degree of burning in the backyard, i don't know how it could have skipped. >> reporter: his wife is expecting their first baby next month. >> my moms says we should move back to indiana. but that's my mom. >> reporter: sbiert neighborhood is grate to feel firefighters for their hard work yesterday. crews will be back out on the lines today. >> really, our objective for today is try to have our crews get 100% containment. >> reporter: about 30% of the burn area is in allen rock park. fwl closed today. although the winter rains helped ease the drought, the captain says they also added fuel to this fire season. >> there was heavier vegetation and it dries out just like it does every year. so it just creates a bigger problem for us. >> reporter: fire investigators are looking into the cause of this fire, so far, it is undetermined. live in san jose, tiffany wilson, abc 7 news. >> tiffany, thank you. firefighters in san leandro
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are keeping an eye on a scam metal junk yard that went up in flames. it started before 5:00 yesterday evening on doolittle drive. shelter in place order was issued and people reported seeing the smoke as far away as cal state, east bay, and hayward. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. new this morning, alameda county firefighters are investigating after a fire burned through a business in newark. three trucks caught fire at 2:15 this morning outside the business on central avenue near timber street. flames spread to an exterior overhang, burning it. a sprinkler system prevented major damage inside and no one got hurt. now your accuweather forecast with mike nico. >> good morning, aye been tracking dangerous surf, at least the potential out at the coast. here's a look at santa cruz this morning, one of the calmer areas right now, starting to see more sunshine thanl the rest of us. here's a look at the beach forecast. ocean beach, 63 along with half-moon bay, monterrey bay 66 and 72 at santa cruz.
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here's what i'm talking about. we have a beach hazard statement for this evening, especiallily and also santa cruz from large breaker, sneaker waves, and rip currents. that's the biggest issue. slightly calmer in you're playing on the bay and look at all that extreme sunshine if you're exercising. hundreds on the way in the forecast. i'll that have coming up next. this midday new developments on that recent nerve-racking landing at sfo it's now becoming clear how closely disaster may have been averted. this started friday night when an air canada jet nearly landed on a taxi way inl stead of a runway. four planes were waiting to take off. the transportation safety board of canada now says the jet flew just 100 feet above two of those waiting planes, and get this, it came within 29 feet to the side of one of those waiting planes. these are preliminary findings. the faa and ntsb are also trying to figure it out. >> if those numbers hold up, that is stunning. members of congress are moving forward with a plan to get the west coast ready for the
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next big earthquake. house panel is expected to propose and restore more than $10 million in federal funding for an early warning system. this is something president trump does not want to spend any money on and slash from his own budget proposal. republican and democratic lawmakers tell the l.a. times, seismologists have made too much progress to stop now. limited public operation of the early warning system is scheduled for next year. new morning, governor jerry brown is joining forces with michael bloomberg in a coast to coast climate initiative called america's pledge. the program will track the country's efforts to reduce carbon emissions as was planned before president trump withdrew from the paris climate agreement. brown released a statement saying, quote today, we're sending a clear message to the world that america's states, cities, and businesses are moving forward with the krnltd's commitments under the paris agreement with or without washington. president trump will skip his planned visit to lon dhon year.
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numerous called for trump's visit to be cancelled after the president attacked the mayor of lond twitter following the london bridge terror attacks. white house official cited a scheduling conflict as the reason for the change. they say they've contacted the british government to arrange for a visit some time next year. meanwhile, president trump standing by his son as the russia investigation unfolds. trump tweeted this morning saying donald jr. was open and transparent about his meeting with the russian lawyer last year. >> i haven't had the conversation with the president and whether he thought it was appropriate or not. here's what i will tell you, the meeting that took place is not illegal. >> meanwhile donald jr. tells fox news it was a snap decision to meet the lawyer with kremlin ties. he says looking back, he should have done things differently. e-mail chain he released yesterday shows he went in expecting dirt on hillary clinton, the russian lawyer tells abc news she never had any of that information. alameda county sheriff's deputies are trying to figure out if a man's job was connected
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to his murder. he was shot to death outside of his hayward apartment saturday night. he worked at a legal medical marijuana delivery service. deputies not clear at this point if he was working when he was killed. his mother talked with us last night. >> just made me so proud of him. you know. you had so much love -- he always -- he just moved out a month ago. and still came over every day. >> deputies hope surveillance video holds clues to lead them to the killer. who would steal from kids at a bake sale? that's what the c shp trying to figure out. the woman who used a fake $100 bill at a student bake sale. they were raising money for the music program on monday in front of oliver's market. the chp says this woman bought several items and payed with a fake hundred. she got $80 in change back. student realized that that bill was fake, tried to stop her, but the woman sped off in what appeared to be a dark older
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honda with custom rims. the woman described as 5'6", 225 pounds, with a tattoo on his left forearm. >> terrible. those kids put a lot of effort into those fundraisers. >> that takes nerve. warning to parents before letting your child play on a popular backyard toy. how young is too young to use a trampoline? experts weigh in next. plus a local school gets vandalized, how you can help with just the click of a button. opening birthday presents. >> oh, nice. >> like, tear worthy. look at her. >> next "right this minute."
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welcome back, heads up for parents. letting your child visit trampoline parks. the warning comes after a florida toddler was badly injured. >> reporter: this is three-year-old colton hill. right after breaking his fe mur bone jumping at an indoor trampoline park. >> no mother, no father, ever wants to see their child the way that we had to see colton. >> reporter: mom caitlin posted the photo on facebook showing him in his body cast. his doctor told her the american academy of pediatrics recommends children under the age of six never use a trampoline. >> we were shocked because this indoor trampoline park specifically advertises for young children. >> reporter: colton had his accident at sky zone trampoline park in tampa. in a statement, the company said, quote, our thoughts and prayers are with the injured child and his family. guest safety is the top priority and we are investigating how an incident of this nature might have occurred.
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it's not just young children who get injured using trampolines. the consumer product safety commission estimates more than 100,000 people were treated in hospital emergency rooms for trampoline-related injuries in 2015. it's also aware of a total of 21 deaths between 2009 and 2013. in the last five years, the number of trampoline parks in the u.s. has risen from 35 to over 600. most facilities require you to sign a waiver before jumping. as of now though, there are no federal regulations for trampoline parks, but the industry has put together a set of voluntary safety standards. >> we do offer education and training to make sure that individuals responsible for maintaining and operating the parks are qualified to do so. >> colton's mom says she decided to share her son's story in hopes that others will think twice before letting their toddlers jump. >> thanks.
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elementary school vandalized in east oakland wants to raise $7,000 for repairs. acorn elementary created a gofundme page. staff members say it'll take months to replace windows and set up new security cameras. the principal tells abc 7 he believes former students are the people who damaged the school. we just checked, and the school has raised more than $5,000 of it's $7,000 goal. if you'd like to help them reach that goal, we have set up a link on our website, abc7news.com. the northwest sports. plenty of time to vote for your favorite team and players. we're going to tell you how to get involved. amazon sets a sales record with prime day. which item shoppers wanted the most and i'm still trying to wrap my head around it. live look right now at the mountain camera. mike nico is coming up with the accuweather fo
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best of the best in sports are going to be honored tonight. who takes home the hardware. >> you can still vote for the espy's ahead of tonight's show. the golden state warriors are nominated for best team. kevin durant for best championship performance for his impressive play during the nba finals. we have set up a link to vote on our website, abc7 news.com. and you'll see a special honor for stanford universty. their former star athlete is going to present her al ma mat we are an unprecedented four capital one cup in women's athletics. that award recognizes the top division one program. stanford captured three national championships in volleyball,
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water polo, and swimming and diving. it comes with a $200,000 donation in student athlete scholarships. abc 7 sports director larry biel will be live, look for his live reports on abc7 news at 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00. and of course watch them tonight at 8:00 right here on abc 7. >> pretty cool to see stanford getting awarded. >> that is nice. it'll be fun to see those live reports too later today. >> they tend to do well in a cup every year, even when they don't win it in the academics, can't go wrong there. >> they're all impressive. >> they're good, yeah. pretty good school, i must say. all right. let's talk about some weather out there. we talked the coast, issues there, by the time the heat gets here, hopefully those will be waning. here's a look from the east bay hills camera, you can see the mountain off in the distance, little haze out there. seasonal clouds and highs today. clouds back to the coast for the better part of the afternoon. cloudy spots and cool tonight. look at thex tended, there's your burst of heat. right now it's tolerable, it's
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80 in brentwood. a lot of 70s in the east bay and the south bay. 60s to 70 up in the north bay, 72 in nova toe. 70 in hayward, about 59 here in san francisco. let's take a look at live doppler 7, overlaid the visible satellite, that's from about 23,000 miles up, and you could see the clouds hugging the coast. a lot more than the last couple of days. it's going to be stubborn there for the better part of the afternoon. total sunshine now on the south bay, mil piece, 79, san jose, 82, 87 in morgan hill. warmest along the coast, santa cruz at 72, also the brightest. 70 to 81, what a spread on the peninsula today with that 81 at redwood city. far and the way of everybody else. about 61 to 63 along the peninsula coast. 234e6 downtown san francisco. 68 in south san francisco, 67 in sals lee toe. 81 through 86 public 29 in cloverdale, 73 in berkeley and oakland all the way up to about 79 in fremont. and still tolerable inland, 87
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in san ramone, low 90s antioch, brentwood, and discovery bank. here's actuate looks from emeryville. we'll break downtown afternoon and early evening hours. notice the lower line, that's the coast. until 8:00, and then about 56 degrees. we'll be in the mid-70s from noon to 3:00 around the bay, 71 at 6:00. and look at that going from 79 to 88 from noon to 3:00 inland down to 73 degrees by 8:00. here's a look at tonight's lows. 51 in santa rosa to about antioch and san jose at 58 degrees. those are going to be the warm spots. all right. here's a look at my seven day forecast. and what you will see is through friday, things are quiet. and saturday and sunday, that burst of 100 degree heat inland that'll taper to mid-90s monday. mid-80s around the bay at the same time to only mid-60s at the coast. looks like a great weekend, especially in san francisco for this year's aids walk san francisco. it's just four days away this sunday, july 16 north golden gate park. the walk benefits dozens of local hiv and aids programs.
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such as project open hand and positive resource center. there is still time to register, call 415-651-walk or visit the website. back to you, jessica. >> thank you. and also new morning, if you're thinking about getting a senior foosz a national parks, do it right now because next month, the price will actually jump 700%. the lifetime passes currently costs ten bucks, august 28th, the price increases to 80. the price hike will generate more than $37 million annually for the park service. so many people on my facebook feed yesterday were talking about the ins pot. a guess a lot ordered that on amazon. the biggest shopping day ever after it's prime day sale. the world's largest online retailer ended up selling more than on black friday and cyber monday. the 30 hour sale ended last night. amazon says the annual event grew 60% since last year. didn't provide specific figures yet. among the most popular items that programmable pressure cooker called the instapot. what is that?
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rebecca jarvis talked about it on "good morning america." >> it can make yogurt -- >> what? >> yeah, it does it all. here, i've got slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer. >> reporter: i want it. >> what a deal. >> i don't understand making yogurt. >> i've never made yogurt, i can't help you out there. >> i thought that was something you bought at the store. anyway, you can poach eggs with it if that interests you. people pay 90 bucks, $40 off the regular price. >> do you know where fruits and veggies come from? the store? >> i thought you order food on the phone or internet and it came to your door. >> okay. >> all kinds of things. >> uh-oh, a little girl in canada trying to put on mom's make-up without her watching. >> here are the glamorous results. that's so good. coming up, we're going to hear from lily whe
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at ikea, we believe your perfect student deserves the perfect room for the perfect price. and... who's there? hey. a boy? oh, on the bed? you never told your dad and i about any... wait, what's going on now? move the flag. very inquisitive toddler in canada really likes to watch her mom put on make-up. >> it was only a matter of time until lily would decide to try also. >> lily, what did you do? did you take mommy's make-up? >> yeah. >> why? >> because, i wanted it. >> you were wanting it? >> yeah. >> she wanted it. she wanted it badly.
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she had been waiting patiently to sneak into the stash. mom says lily tried to produce the same glamorous look with the red lipstick and we're hoping that's mascara near her eyes. it didn't quite work out as probably she envisioned. >> yeah, i guess mom tried to scold her, but that didn't work out because she wasn't hearing it and she couldn't resist her little girl's face anyway. she's giving us joker realness, don't you think? >> jared leto's daughter. >> it is. good for you, pulling out a hollywood reference i didn't expect. >> have a good day.
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>> welcome, everybody, to celebrity week, las vegas. today, we've got one of the biggest stars from the strip. ventriloquist, paul zerdin playing for his favorite charity. this guy's amazing so don't you move. >> hey, this sounds fun. from bally's las vegas, let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to the show. it's celebrity week: las vegas on "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ this is terrible. the rest of the show i have to speak for myself. today's first celebrity contestant is is a ventriloquist who has brought his hilarious brand of sharp-tongued characters to the las vegas strip for his show paul zerdin: mouthing off and today it's just me and him out here. fresh from his season 10 victory

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