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thursday afternoon a police whet reach the family saying they had complained they were sick. they went in the home and up. >>gh dangerous ahead. smelled something sus special. first responders finding toxic the severe weather threat right now from texas up the east coast levels of carbon monoxide. where there are severe >> we did not find any detectors thunderstorm watches as we come in the residence. >> reporter: what's more, the on the symptoms mimic the flu. >> that is why we stress the importance of having detect erps and silent killer. in your home. >> every day appliances can and family of four detd inside their home, and they did not produce carbon monoxide. feel well. students pleading for help dryers, overens, neighbor can on the last day of classes. produce heem v heat. >> they are trying to figure out president trumpb on the what caused the deadly levels of phone today with vladimir putin and the president is asked, did carbon monoxide. and there are a number of thing you confront putin about it. in the home that can create carbon monoxide? >> that's right.
glas particular. the measles emergency. you want to make sure they are vented a what the passengers have to do. systems have properly inspected every year by a professional. the man who fell in an active volcano and survived. and get that co detector. that is thegoe. the newborn baby who was dropped, and the father furious use. how often does it happen. there is news about the deadly scoot shooting in diane saw yir reporting tonight. charlotte. students pleading for their screen time. what the children know. lives on the last day of the expeermt. parents asked not to look away classes. here is abc's chief justice from their phones fmp just two minutes and wait until you see correspondent pierre thomas. what happens. >> reporter: tonight we hear for it's eye opening. the medical emergency for the first time, the chilling 911 calls of students and kelly clarkson even as she was faculty under siege as a college classroom erupts in gunfire. performing in front of millions. >> charlotte 911, do you need police, fire, or medic? how was she able to do it. >> both. police and medic. >> reporter: the gunman, a former student, began firing in good evening, great to have a university of north carolina at charlotte classroom. you with us tonight. we begin tonight with a severe weather threat as we come on the >> there's a shooter on unc's charlotte campus. air. >> reporter: the frantic already three reported tornado, 4e6 vif rain and hail from texas 911 calls, altered by police to protect identities, keep pouring up to pennsylvania we're in. watching tonight in the >> is anybody injured, do you northeast. a twister causing heavy damage see anybody shot?
>> he was pretty close to some in la grange, texas. people on the far side of the the twister generating than room. it was pretty likely that he hit somebody. >> reporter: when the shooting 60 tornadoes since it began. ends. record flay v flooding in the midwest and the moment a ital. a suspected killer as callous as they come. >> can you tell us what happened? >> i went into a classroom and shot some guys. >> reporter: there would've been breeched. we have the track for you more casualties likely if it tonight and rob marciano leads howell, who died attempting to fight the gunman. on thursday, north carolina us off. >> reporter: tonight, relentless honoring howell, as the hero made his way home. rain across so much of the a memorial service for howell is country. and texas, under the gun with scheduled for sunday. severe storms for a fourth he and the other student killed, ellis parlier, only 19, were straight day. both granted their degrees. water rescues outside houston. >> as you can tell, water is pretty deep in some of these david. areas. >> pierre thomas, thank you. the white house tonight. president trump on the phone >> reporter: east of austin -- tonight with vladimir putin and >> all fire departments, be after robert mueller found sweeping efforts by the russians to meddle in the elections, the advised tornado has touched down. >> reporter: a tornado demolishing this heavy equipment company. president is asked, you workers say they hid anywhere they could. >> you felt the air get sucked out of the room, but everybody walked out of that building and i attribute that to our god confront putin? how accident he resnond here is above.
>> reporter: trucks flipped, sheet metal shredded and wrapped around the tops of trees. from texas to arkansas, to missouri. jonathan karl. more than 60 tornados reported >> reporter: after his one hour conversation with vladimir putin in a severe weather outbreak that's not over yet. today, president trump was asked if he confronted putin about russian election meddling. >> mr. president, did you discuss the election meddling issues that came up in the mueller report with mr. putin the death toll rising in today. >> we discussed it, he actually, northern indiana. he sort of smiled when he said a 2-year-old boy drown as his something to the effect that it started off as a mountain and it ended up being a mouse. mother drove in eight feet of water. in iowa, watch as people in davenport run for higher ground. new video showing the moment a levee failed this week, water rushing in. the mississippi river rising to but he knew that communities downstream are worried. there was no collusion whatsoever. >> reporter: but what about russian meddling in the us election? reporters asked again. >> so we had a good conversation about many different things. >> it's getting to the point now okay. >> did you tell him not to where we're going to have to keep an eye on it 24 hours a meddle in the next election. >> we didn't discuss that. day. really we didn't discuss it. >> reporter: special council >> reporter: crews there. robert mueller determined russia >> rob, it's on the move efforts to hurt hillary clinton and help donald trump in the 2016 election were "sweeping and systematic." tonight? >> reporter: final lirks david this has been stalled and stuck the leaders of the major the entire week but we do see some movement. intelligence agencies and the president's number one ally on we will pay the price. capitol hill have warned putin will try to do it again in 2020. >> they were very involved in severe thunderstorm watches in maryland and back to texas. the 2016 election. they're coming at us again.
you see the front snaking across i'd like to stop them. the country. >> reporter: but the president austin tonight, san antonio. and it will kick the pattern disagrees, telling fox news he through. and houston, the morning hours doesn't think russia will target the us again. in new orleans, and the northeast tomorrow night and sunday, want latter half of the i don't believe they will be. week here looks to be a mess. i don't believe they will. david? >> we will watch it this >> jon karl, tonight after weekend. thank you. the silent horror. republicans senator lindsay graham told mary bruce this is family of four and four pets have died in their ohio home fre done, he won't call mul tohe senate. carbon monoxide. mueller. >> reporter: earlier this week, someone from the home called and he was adamant that mueller said they were not feeling well. would not come before the senate the mother and faush and discov. judiciary committee. they could not get an accurate but today he has written a letter to mueller saying please reading. inform the v to the committee if here is gio benitez tonight. he could like to talk to the >> reporter: tonight, new attorney general. details on the family of four x. the idea that robert mueller almost never speaks in public would call the committee and ask to testify seems remote at best. >> thank you. president trump and vladimir
putin discusses the crisis in venezuela, and angz is with juan vido, the u.s. recognizes as the president. and putin recognizes someone else. and's foreign correspondent in van sway la tonight. >> reporter: tonight, a intervi rallying supporters to the streets and calling for the military to topple the government. >> do you want to see the military intervention? >> translator: we must evaluate all the options. >> reporter: he is back the by the trump administration and other regional allies but says that medora gets sanctions. >> translator: cuba comes hire to do military intelligence, and
russian military planes coming in without the authorization from the venezuelan parliament. >> reporter: it's been a bloody week. defianose loyal to rairoemn thea are calling for mother protests this weekend and there are concerns it could lead to more violence. >> reporter: let's get to to ian fanl who is live where the opposition leader is calling for mo v more protests this weekend. as you know, he has called it the final phase. he 15id it days guy and maduro is still in power. >> reporter: yeah, you're right, david. the question is, he and his supporters are going to go back on the streets and stay there until they achieve their range, months of protest of people being killed, injured and arrested. the question has to be asked whether they can achieve their aims. tomorrow ax key test for gu a,
rdo and his ability to overthrow maduro. david. new to the measles emergency on board a cruise chip ship. the ship is on the move at this house. 3400 passengers have been kept on board. what they have to do or they went get off. lehe00 passeerand crew aboard the freewinds cruise ship will remain quarantined when they arrive at the ship's home port in the island of curacao. curacao's ministry of health telling abc news -- "all of our efforts are geared toward trying to avoid any further spread of disease." everyone on board has been stuck on the ship since arriving in st. lucia tuesday, when a doctor confirmed a single case of measles. the 'freewinds' shown here in a promotional video is reportedly owned by the church of scientology and used for religious retreats and advanced spiritual counseling.
they will see what is on board. and those will be allowed to embark. david, the ship may be allowed to leave on the next leg of its trip. david. now to the deadly cyclone in india and bangladesh tonight. more than 3 million supreme been ordered to evacuate. cyclone fani with winds over 120 miles per hour. just incredible video coming in. the cyclone is moving towards bangladesh. back here at home and an alarms moment capture bade dad in a delivery room. video shoefs video of a doctor dropping one of the premature infants. it's difficult to watch. why the parents want to you watch. >> reporter: tonight, it's video that is hard to watch. a newborn baby slips out of a doctor's hands, dropped headfirst into a bassinet. attendants catch little morgan
rodgers as it appears she could've landed on the floor. >> it made me so mad. like i had to stop recording. >> reporter: derrick rodgers was recording video of his twin daughters seconds after they were born. the father says doctors never apologized. >> he had like a nonchalant look on his face. then i showed him the video and he had nothing to say after that. >> reporter: a week later, an ultrasound revealed morgan, a preemie, had a brain hemorrage. his wife monique says her daughter's behavior is causing her concern. >> she does this like tensing up and her body kind of shakes. >> reporter: the hospital released a statement saying they are conducting a review and quote "the safety of our patients and their families is always our top concern." now the parents are waiting until august for a neurologist to examine their girl. neld experts tell us that premature babies can be prone. and dropping babies does happen from time to time. >> lsht, thank you. hdl tig. thesa263,000 jobs in
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days on their phones. tonight's two-hour special takes a deep dive, the effect on our children. take a look at what diane and her team discovered. >> reporter: this is 2 1/2-year-old jenson. >> i think he's about to suss out that she's on the device. >> reporter: it takes just 15 seconds for jensen to start his campaign to get mom melissa to look up from that screen. >> we have some other things to do, mommy. we have some other things to do, mommy. >> and he just walks away. >> reporter: this mom is helping researchers replicate a study for us. she is doing something very difficult for her, asked to keep looking down. and remember, just for two minutes. >> come on, mommy. >> reporter: he repeats the plea seven times. >> we have another thing to do, mommy. mommy! you are not listening to me, mommy. listen to me, mommy. >> reporter: and here is another fact about grownups and phones. on average, we unlock our phones 80 times a day.
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it seemed at times protesters were outnumbered by police. good evening. the protest was planned in advance. it turned out to be very timely. the protesters claimed they were unfairly targeted by social media families like twitter, facebook and instagram. today the company or the group demand free speech. they demanded an end to what was deeld unbiased social media. >> several figures including louis farrakhan and others were banned from facebook.
>> these protesters called san francisco the capital of the social media companies. and they said today they would not be silenced. >> i am here to ensure our first amendment right. >> they are on the conservative side of the politics. most are staunch supporters. they maintained they are being punished for expressing their views. we want the government to stay out of that. they're completely censoring the rights. >> he told me he is on a 30-day suspension on facebook and twitter has capped the number of followers he can have. political activist laura loomer was supposed to be among the speakers here but was a no show. she was removed yesterday from facebook. so were alex jones, milo and louis farrakhan. facebook said we've always