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investigation after a little boy died following a procedure. >> that's an airplane. >> an f-16 crashes next to a busy freeway during rush hour. a crack down on east bay gang violence spans several counties and leads to 16 arrests. a bag left in plain sight, it's an invitationer for thieves to break in to your car. tonight, how to not be a victim. news to build a better bay area. from abc7. an oakland dental office is under investigation after a little boy died following a procedure. >> kate larson spoke with the family friend of the boy and parents of the today, she is there live with the story. kate? >> reporter: well, dan, the little boy's funeral was on monday and meanwhile the dental office here at the youthful tooth was packed with families inside this oakland building. i went inside was quickly told
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to leave. and meanwhile, i was able to count over a dozen children in the waiting room. three weeks ago, this 4-year-old died after a dental procedure at youthful tooth in oakland. they wrote on the go fund me page, he was given two doses of anesthesia and stopped breathing. the next thing she knew, the ambulance arrived. >> reporter: the family friend helps to translate for the child's parents who recently immigrated here from vietnam. they took the child to the hospital where he died the next day t day of the dental procedure, lee's mother was worried about a cold he was getting over. >> he is still a little bit coughing and she did ask the dentist, like, is it okay to have it done, or we can reschedule another day. and he said no it's fine. >> reporter: the dental board of california confirmed they are investigating a patient death at youthful tooth in oakland. there's two licensed dentists
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there. >> i'm worried. >> reporter: she has been taking her children there for ten years and her son was sedated was 2. she waishes the office would hae told her that they were under investigation. >> we may have to go somewhere else from now on. >> reporter: the dental board of california said they have no timetable at this point for their investigation. but say, that if they find a that a violation occurred they will take disciplineing action. live in oakland, abc7 news. >> kate, thank you, a fighter jet crashed in to a warehouse near a military base in southern california, we are hearing the from people who managed to escape from the building. it happened in march air force base in riversie. we are in los angeles with new images of the crash and the after math. >> reporter: this video showing
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an f-16 falling from the sky before crashing. ripping the hole through the ceiling of the california warehouse. >> holy -- >> reporter: the pilot that was coming in tore landing ejecting and surviving. according to authorities. you can see the seat and parachute there in the grass. firefighters staging nearby and keeping a safe distance, concerned that the plane was loaded with weapons and ammunition. >> reporter: that's a -- airplane. >> reporter: inside the warehouse, workers were feet away and incredibly managed to escape. >> i just seen the ceiling from all over the building start collapsing and the sprinklers were going off and sirens going off. it was a mad house in there. itss thatnl one of colags was hwa sll cious. i guess, some type of sprinkler hit him in the face, so he was a little bloody. but he was okay for the most part.
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>> reporter: experts amazed this crash did not ignite a fire. >> reporter: the sprinklers have been activated. >> reporter: you can see the sprinklers dousing the the wreckage, the plane's tail visible through the debris, and the investigation just beginning. abc news los angeles. >> grab your chains if you are going to tahoe, they are required for driving on both 50 and 80. this is what it looked like on 80 at kingvale and castle peak a few hours ago. >> ahazing the snowy conditions are thanks to the date spring storm. it dumped seven inches of snow in the lake tahoe area. elated skiers and boarders could not wait to hit the slopes. >> it's miracle may out here. we love it. never expect to ride powder in may, you know, and it great time. >> more snow is expected through the weekend. they plan to operate through july 7th. >> 400 flights have been
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delayed, delays on arriving flights are average 1.5 hours and some are more than three hours late, departing flights are backed up. >> this is a live look from the camera on pier 15. it's a cloid nig-- it's a cloud night and we are not done with the rain yet. >> let's doppler 7, we are seeing showers here in the east bay. golf links road, we are seeing light to moderate showers across 580 and we will pan and show you where it's heading. in to dublin at 11:16 p.m., we will track that cell for you as i showed you and sentence sunset district, bay view, we are seeing spotty light showers. so during the overnight hours you will notice the showers will continue to move through, they will taper. it's a 11-o-- it's a level one n the impact scale.
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san is thta rosa, this storm ha delivered 2.5 inches and the average for the month is 1.33. san jose surpassing the entire months worth of rain. i'll be back to had let you know about another storm that is coming straight ahead. dan? >> thank you, you can always check the weather conditions where you live on the abc7 news app. in the east bay, a major break through in a month's long investigation in to crime and gang violence in oakland. local and federal agencies arrested 16 people across three counties. we have the details. >> reporter: here's a look at a few of the firearms. oakland pd's cease fire unit found three separate oakland gangs had built an alliance and believe the group was tied to serious crimes across the bay area. 6:00 a.m. thursday, oakland pd, the fbi, atf and other local and federal agencies took down 16
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suspected gang members across the east bay. and served warrants in oakland, and others. >> and we ended up using ten different swat teams throughout the region to safely execute search warrants. >> reporter: suspects were part of a gang super cell. three separate gangs from north, west and east, oakland formed an alliance. >> these individuals waged war and took out the aggressions on rival gangs throughout our city. >> reporter: they will face charges of attempted murder, gun violence and other serious crime. offenses authorities have been monitoring since last october. >> polygraph to today, we had made 24 arrests and recovered 20 guns. >> reporter: among other guns. crews had illegally altered pistols. they anticipate that testing will match guns to other crimes. that has been the case with guns collected before the raids. >> we have had a weapon that we
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have connect to 17 different events. >> reporter: suspects were led away in handcuffs. and kids were released to other family members. the most disturbing scene was seeing young children caught in the middle of this major crack down. >> having to experience police coming in to their homes. it's frightening. >> reporter: we have reached out to the service department about the kids. and we have checked with the alameda county office. we will update you when we have them get back. >> new developments in a cold case murder that dates back to 1974. a former stanford university worker was arrested today, san matteo county sheriff's charged 74-year-old john arthur gutroe with the murder of 21-year-old janet taylor. he was already in custody in santa clara county, with the murder of a 21-year-old. both women were strangled in the
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same area one year apart. janet taylor was the daughter of stanford's former athletic director. >> the clock is ticking. he has not been held to account for decades for these crimes. so, moving them as quickly as we can through the system, is, i know the priority of both counties. >> dna evidence linked the two cases. >> new at 11:00. a gray whale that was found surrounded died from malnutrition. that makes 11 whale deaths this year. they say the 41 foot adult female lacked a significant amount of blubber and body fat. >> building a better bay area by focusing on your safety. do you do the 9:00 p.m. routine? have a nightly reminder, and it could help you avoid becoming a crime victim. >> starbucks has been known to create a frenzy over merchandise. wait until you see what they released for pride month. >> and here is a look at what is
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. home safety, aby7 building a better bay area. >> we are trying build a better bay area, with tips to keep you safe. with property crimes spiking, protecting your home and stuff from criminals can seem impossible. a simple nightly routine can help. >> that is right. cornell bernard checked it out. >> reporter: property crime in marine and all bay areas are rampant. we are on control and car break ins are spiking and he knows why. >> they have a backpack on the floorboar. >> reporter: it took five minutes to understand why this was a potential jackpot for thieves. >> they have a bunch of documents and mail. people leaving stuff in the vehicles in plain view. it makes it that much more of a target rich environment. >> reporter: jack had clothes
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and an ipad in plain sight. >> be careful, we don't want to see you become a victim of a crime. >> no, my mom's car just got broken in to. >> reporter: they have seen 400 thefts from auto break ins so far this year. san francisco reports more than 5,000 auto burglaries between january and march. that is down 18% from this time last year. the sheriff's department posted this video on facebook, showing how quick a crook can break in your car, and take your stuff. less than ten seconds. >> let's face it, nobody wants to be a victim and nobody wants to say so long to their stuff. police say, a routine can help. a 9:00 p.m. routine. >> hey, it's almost 9:00 p.m., is everyone ready for the 9:00 p.m. routine? >> that's the question that the sheriff's station has been asking every night, a friendly reminder to lock your cars and homes at 9:00 p.m., it's a reminder that is catching on across america. >> it's a way to engage the community over social media and
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prevent crime. >> your garage door is open. >> reporter: not everyone got the message like this homeowner who got a 9:00 p.m. reminder in person. >> the sheriff does a great job and we are very happy with all the support there. and i will get the car in, and close the garage doors. >> reporter: remember, lock it down at 9:00 p.m., and hide your valuables to keep the crooks away. >> close up shop much. this week, we are focused on safety as part of the effort to build a better bay area. learn to protect yourself, your family and your home. by watching abc7 news all this week. >> overseas, new at 11:00. taiwan's parliament just voted to legalize same-sex marriage. they are the first country in asia to do so. >> meanwhile, starbucks has launched a new tumbler. >> it's perfect for sipping iced coffee while watching or participating in the pride
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parade. the tumbler displays the word love to honor the lgbtq community. >> and check out this rainbow that was caught over oracle arena. it may have been a good charm. so, we will take a look at the forecast, sandy. what do you think of the rainbow and all the rain? >> it was all the lucky charm, that was it. all right, dan. let's look at dive doppler 7 right now. i want to show you that we have spotty returns on our radar. it's really right around the daly city area. street level radio, tunnel after, it's wet. spotty light returns from richmond to kensington. to berkley, across 80, very, very light stuff and it was not light all the time. take a look at the rainfall, almost 2.5 inches in santa rosa and 2.75, and half a foot in one
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storm. half an inch in oakland. and almost that in san jose and red wood city, three quarters of an inch of rain. we picked up quite a bit of rain for one storm. enough to average the entire month's worth for some cities. 40s and 50s. the temperatures right now. here is a time lapse. this is how it looked before the sun went down. we had showers and the skies were dark at times and then, look what started to show up. the sunshine. we started to see some glimpse of what is to come tomorrow and you will be seeing blue skies tomorrow afternoon. so, get ready for that break. here is a live look from the especial -- from the emoryville camera. this is an unsettled pattern in to next week. here is how it looked in tahoe, they have picked up anywhere from 6-10 inches of snow in the mountains. and it was coming down. i know it's mid may, they do get
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snow every so often but this is something else. especially when they have a winter storm warning. chain controls on 50, 80 and 88, s -- sierra still seeing the snow. windy up there. winter storm tomorrow more thanni in-- tomor morning at 6:00 a.m. we cannot rule out isolated shower tomorrow. but most of you are going look at clouds and patchy fog and cool conditions. low 40s to 50s. today's temperatures were well below average and tomorrow, we will go upper 50s to thepp 65 in san rafel. 66? san jose. download the amp ccu weather app and you can check the
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temperatures any time you want. wet and wind withy with a storm wednesday. we have one more storm and then it's more like spring. beta breakers, there will be be a few showers sunday, i don't think it's enough to cancel the event. >> thanks very much. >> it is a marriage wine whoops. how nearly $6,000 bottle got served by mistake. >> that's ahead and tomorrow, whoopi
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a steak house is chalking up a costly mistake to a busy night. a server poured a customer a bottle of wine worth $5,000. when the table ordered a $290 bottle. good for the table, i guess. turns on out the restaurant manager grabbed the wrong one and neither employee noticed.
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they took it in stride, saying they look similar, okay. >> i hope they don't taste similar with the price difference. that would be a bummer. oops. that's the kind of wine you order, the expensive wine. >> his comes in a box. >> you guys. >> can we talk sports. >> if we have to. sure. >> steph verse seth got serious. thriller between the warriors bigger, tastier strips of juicy chicken with crunchy batter. spice them up with hot sauce or cool them down with buttermilk ranch. try my 100% all-white meat spicy chicken strips combo today. only at jack in the box.
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you had me at fried chicken pacifier. try my new spicy chicken strips combo today. with 100% all-white meat chicken. good evening the curry verse curry story is fun. but seth almost knocked off big brother. the warriors put to the test, kevin durant at oracle, his injury worse than expected. he is not close to coming back. that strained calf, speaking of coming back. warriors down 17, klay thompson had 24. look at jordan bell. cleaning up the steph missed. tied at 89 after three. trail playsers with a push in the fourth t pride of oakland, damian lillard, show and go here. oh, that was nice with the left.
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he had 23. but steph comes right back. behind the back with 37. brother seth, four threes, four steals. went for 16 points. blazers up seven. dell and son i can't, first family of basketball. trying to enjoy it, and stressful, under a minute left. looney on the alley-oop from draymond. and another pick from draymond. 16 warriors up. six seconds, lillard with the ball, and iguodala with the strip. the warriors escape to take a 2-0 series lead. shear mindi bach. >> the trail blazers had 18 threes to the warriors nine. they led by as much as 17 points in the third quarter, yet the warriors are up 2 games to none in the western conference finals. steve kerr said no doubt, they stole this one. >> i thought they out played us for much of the night. the majority of the night. but, you know, we brought enough competitive fire in the second
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half. >> we don't want to be in that position. and yeah, every game is different. and just have to find a way to win. that's what we did. so, winning plays. everyone participates. >> when you are on a run like we are, you have seen everything. down eight points with what? 4:00 to go or whatever it was. just have to keep going. we know we can erase eight points in a minute. >> i doubt this will be the last time. you know, we planning on being back here. >> game three is saturday in portland. >> first round of the pga championship in new york. koepka, seven birdies and no bogeys. nice birdie finish. shot lead heading in to round deoit ai tigers. oakland 16 hits and 5 home runs. that w profar. a's win by two touchdowns. 17-3. they snap a three-game losing streak and the giants were off. abc7 sports, and steph put it
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