tv KPIX 5 News at 5AM CBS March 27, 2019 5:00am-6:00am PDT
live from e cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. grab your umbrella. we've got another wet day ahead of us this morning. mary lee times it all out for you. the first of its kind. we your phone be able to warn you of an earthquake? geologists tested out. an infected visitor makes 20 different stops where he may have exposed thousands to measles. >> i am kenny choi. >> i am michelle griego. we want to head over to mary lee for a look of current conditions because the rain is back. >> we are tracking the rain and wind this morning. we will help you timed out. we are looking at windsor, santa rosa, st. helena,
yountville down through napa, it is a wet start to the day for you. down across the south bay seven trees, alameda is and evergreen, you can see showers there. here is our treasure island camera. we have cloudy skies and temperatures on the mild side in the mid to upper 50s. your weather headlines, wet and windy this morning with southerly winds 20 to 30 miles
per hour. you will notice a strong winds out there. the heaviest rain with the cold front, the wettest time period will be from 9 am until noon. first for the north bay sliding into the san francisco peninsula and east bay and by noon into the south bay. we have a unsettled weather tomorrow with showers. as we go through the next 24 to 48 hours it will be wet. we will take you hour by hour on futurecast on what you can expect coming up in a few nights . let's check in with gianna franco for a look at traffic. >> you just mentioned some of the rain falling in the south bay we have a reports of a crash at 101 at allen rocks. we are dealing with wet roadways through there. there is a spinout on the freeway they are trying to push off to the side. chp is headed to the scene. we have slight delays southbound 101 at cesar chavez because of a crash. everything is pushed over to the right shoulder, as well as debris. it is improving but a heads-up if you are taking 101 on the san francisco. you may run into brake lights through there. it is windy out there. we have a wind advisory for the dumbarton bridge. your drive times are 11 minutes between 880 and marsh road.
you can use a san mateo bridge working your way through hayward and foster city. no delays on the 101 toward sfo. delays our building at the bay bridge. no metering lights but traffic is starting to stack up in the fast-tracked lanes off the 880 connector. let's look at the north bay. no accident in santa rosa or petaluma but the camera is shaking a little bit. so far, 101 right around petaluma boulevard, traffic looks okay. southbound there are a few more cars on the roadway where we are seeing the bulk of the slowing this morning, at least more volume through that portion. 29 minutes through that portion. i am anne mackovec at the live news desk. we are going live to concord where there was a house fire earlier this morning that injured a grandmother who lived in this home . she has burns to
her hands and feet but she will be okay. that fire is under control. i want to give you a look at what it looks like at about 3 am. it broke out at about 2:40 am and it looks like it started in the garage. when firefighters got there, they heard loud explosions. they don't know if it was from ammunition or some sort of power tank. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the damages pretty severe to that home. firefighters don't know if they will be able to move back into that home. as far as the cause of this fire, there is nothing suspicious. the newest battle on capitol hill revolves around healthcare. the trump administration just filed a legal motion trying to get rid of the affordable care act. >> i am just telling you exactly what my message is. the republican party will soon be known as the party of healthcare. >> democratic leaders vowed to fight that effort. >> they say they are going to protect the pre-existing conditions as a benefit and then they go to court to strip it. they want to strip the whole bill. >> white house officials insist
president trump will work to keep patient protections in place. currently, 20 million americans rely on the law for coverage and millions more benefit from the law's patient protections. aviation experts will answer questions on capitol hill on the troubled boeing 737 max aircraft. the passenger plain model was involved in recent crashes in indonesia and ethiopia. the crash is killed a total of 346 people. all 737 max planes are gathered and grounded until further notice. a senate hearing will focus on the two crashes and federal oversight of air safety. an emergency alert will ring out on cell phones in downtown oakland. >> it is called a shakealert. it will be called to cell phones between 11 am and noon.
officials warn some residents outside of the target area may also get an alert. the system is designed to let people know there will be an earthquake seconds before it happens. >> you will receive an alert in the same way you would receive an amber alert or severe weather warning. >> everybody is on their phone whether it is checking email, texting or talking to others. the phone is probably the best option, honestly. >> the test is being coordinated by the state office of emergency services and the usgs in partnership with the city of oakland and alameda county. the thousands of people who were receive the alert today will be asked to fill out a
survey answering questions about how quickly the alert reached them. in sacramento, several lawmakers plan a news conference to push for statewide ban on flavored tobacco products. they say flavored tobacco products have led to a sudden increase of e-cigarette use by teens and other minors. the news conference is set for 10 am this morning. also in sacramento, lawmakers will discuss whether to ban gun shows at the cow palace in daly city. they will push for control of the facility to a joint powers authority. cow palace operations are currently overseen by the state. san francisco has settled a wrongful death lawsuit in a police shooting days before the trial was supposed to start. police shot and killed mario woods four years ago when the bayview. he was spotted caring a knife and was suspected of stabbing another man. police say he moved toward an officer and they shot him 21 times. his mother sued. san francisco will pay an undisclosed amount of money to settle. the district attorney's office says this resolution allows us to reach a solution without a trial. hopefully it will bring closure for all involved. an attorney for the mother of
mario woods says she is happy to put this behind her. ceo larry baer is being punished by major league baseball for that fight with his wife caught on video. mlb announced his current leave of absence will be converted to an unpaid suspension that will last until the end of june. baer released a statement saying he was truly sorry for his actions . his unacceptable behavior fell well short of what must be demanded of every person, someone in that position and role in the community according to the statement. an overnight ruling on rvs in berkeley. the lengthy comment period three turned into a protest. grab your umbrella.
of the san pablo bay. 2.6 and 2.7, both at about the same time around 4:17 am this morning. a salesman is recovering after he was stabbed during a test drive in south lake tahoe. el dorado county deputies arrested a 45-year-old on monday on suspicion of attempted murder and carjacking. deputies say he posed as a car buyer and pulled out a knife and stabbed his salesman and during a test drive. the victim somehow escaped and helped to point the officers to the suspect. deputies chased the stolen dodge durango on highway 89. he crashed and attempted to run. berkeley city leaders have officially banned campers and rvs from parking overnight. >> public comment, we are open for public comment. >> protests erupted during the
last ditch effort to sway the decision. they met until midnight and her three hours of public comments until siding with neighbors and officially approving the parking ban. the rules already prohibit parking on public streets. officials reportedly agreed to look at alternative pup free parking options including churches and nonprofits wear some rvs and campers could stay overnight. two airports could be a ferry ride away from each other. they plan to rebuild 3000 feet of an old pier and adding a
modern ferry terminal that could lead to service between berkeley and san francisco. >> it could ing an enormous amount of people to our waterfront and really help reinvigorate our waterfront. >> the ferry system expansion is controlled by the water emergency transportation authority which will consider adding money toward a ferry study next month. let's see how the morning commute is looking with gianna franco. >> it is getting busy, especially at the bay bridge. they have not turned on the metering lights yet but it is a parking lot, at least pass the 880 overpass. you can see traffic coming off of 880 starting to stack up. the metering lights will probably be turned on in the next few minutes. give yourself extra time if you're taking the bay bridge. we have a wind advisory in effect for the bay bridge, especially use caution as you work your way across the span, especially if you're traveling in a high profile vehicle. of wind advisory is in effect
for some of our bridges. san mateo doesn't have any advisories . it is moving okay heading into foster city. the dumbarton bridge has a wind advisory. there are no major delays westbound, that is commute direction going between 101 and marsh road. 92, which is the san mateo bridge is about a 13 minute drive. your average speed is 16 miles per hour. it is moving okay despite the wind advisory. there will is a wind advisory for the benicia bridge. traffic is pretty quiet as you head through there. elsewhere, we will go to the south bay right now because that is an area where we have rain. mary will have more on that. we have a crash on south 101 at alan rock. it should be clear pretty quickly. your south bay commute is still in the green. we don't have any major delays, even for the super commutes coming out of gilroy and morgan hill. there are no delays, typically we see slow and go conditions but things are looking okay through here. we are dealing with wet weather. we are tracking the rain, the wind and this is just the
start. the heavier rain will move in later this morning. in just a few hours, more rain will come. here is high def doppler. you can see the wet start to the day, especially for the north bay. we have light rain and a dredging over yountville and napa. across the south bay we have light rain showers stretching from alum rock, seven trees and near here this morning. here is a golden gate bridge. here is a live look. i just checked the winds. across the bridge, gusts up to 32 miles per hour across the golden gate bridge this morning. temperatures are running in the mid to upper 50s, mild start to the day. check out the winds. we are looking at 20 mile-per- hour winds out of the south- southwest at half moon bay, 22 right now in downtown san francisco, 17 in oakland, 20 in berkeley and south- southwesterly winds at 17 in, leo.
we are looking at a few showers, some some breaks as we head through the afternoon. we could see an isolated thunderstorm behind the actual cold front. showers on thursday. satellite and radar view, there is a low pressure system moving the front our way. that will bring the rain. this low pressure system will hang around until tomorrow. we still have xiao is in the forecast for your thursday. this cold front moves in by later this morning. this is 9 am. you can see the heavier rain pushing through. it pushes across the south bay at noon with showers, some breaks as we head through the afternoon at 4 pm. we have more showers starting off the day tomorrow afternoon. a wet 48 hours and then we have that sunshine with high pressure building in later in the week.
the pollen count is down because of the rain but it creeps right back up by the end of the week because of the drier, sunnier weather r sierra snowpack, we look good because all the snow this winter and early spring with 150% of average for this year's snowpack. winter storm warning with more snow for the west slopes of the sierra above 7000 feet. we are talking 12 to 24 inches of more snow. daytime highs today are in the low to mid 60s. it is a few degrees below average for this time of year, 63 in oakland and redwood city, 65 in san jose. 62 in vallejo and 62 for santa
rosa. windy and wet, especially for the morning. showers on thursday with drier, sunnier weather friday into the weekend. a county in new york has declared a state of emergency and ordered thousands of kids pulled out of schools because of measles. rockland county has been dealing with a measels outbreak since october. nearly 17,000 vaccine doses were given in 26 weeks. yesterday's executive order called for nearly 6000 unvaccinated children to be removed from schools. here at home, santa clara county health officials have issued in warning for measles. and infected tourist was visiting silicon valley from out of the country. jackie ward joins us from milpitas this morning with more. >> reporter: doctors are saying thousands were exposed by this single tourist visiting the bay area. he made popular route stops while he was here, including the great mall in milpitas where we are this morning. this happened between march 16 and 22nd. the man went to 20 different crowded places including an ihop in san jose in the apple visitor center. people can catch the measles
even after the infected person leaves around. officials did not say where the man was from, only he was from another country. he was eventually hospitalized after a few days here. >> measles is one of the most infectious contagious diseases. over 90% of susceptible people will get the measles that they are exposed, which is extremely high. >> reporter: already this year, there have been 333 cases in 15 states. that is almost the same amount of cases as last year. people who are not vaccinated, babies waiting to get their shots and anyone with a weakened immune system are at a greater risk of getting measles. california's immunization rules require any child attending a public or private school to be vaccinated unless they have a medical reason from a doctor. doctors have been accused of excusing their patients from getting vaccines if they have asthma or diabetes. for the first time ever, the vaccination rate is going down. a bill has been proposed in california this past tuesday to strengthen this bill and to get
more kids vaccinated. 96.7% of last year's kindergarten class was vaccinated here. >> we have posted a full list of places the infected tourist visited in santa clara county plus the days and times. just go to our website, kpix.com. it is 5:21 am. health officials and professionals are using virtual reality. coming up, how the new technology helps them for 50 years, cracker barrel
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welcome back. if you are hitting the railways this morning, we are dealing with wet weather today. slick surfaces and windy conditions are present. the venetia bridge and the dumbarton bridge have wind advisories. both hands on the steering wheel and be careful if you're traveling in a high profile vehicle. a new study finds no link between smoking and an increase in dementia. the research from kentucky
refuted previous studies have found a connection. researchers say smoking is still associated with many other health risks. how millennials adjust to college may depend on the support they get from their parents. a study from missouri fine millennials who perceived their parents as supportive were less likely to worry as opposed to those who were more involved in controlling. millennial college students are suffering more than any previous generation with mental health. nursing students are learning how to better understand patients through virtual reality. >> i can grab those and throw them out. >> check it out. nursing students at cal state are wearing virtual headsets to become a patient and experience their symptoms first-hand. it is a program called embodied labs. professors say it helps build empathy for their future nurses.
>> it is a 74-year-old african- american patient with macular genetic duration we you don't see the center of your vision. actually doing it you really struggle and now you understand how they are struggling, as well. >> the program also includes virtual role play where they can practice difficult conversations they may encounter. firefighters are on the scene of to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. to craig, this rock.
flames ripped through this home in concord overnight. this morning, at least one person has burn injuries. thousands of people in the south bay may have been exposed to the measles. how to find out if you are at risk. good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, march 27. i am michelle griego. >> i am kenny choi. it is about 5:30 am right now. get your rain jackets, your windbreakers and your umbrellas. >> we just have to get through the next 48 hours and then we have sunshine. we have that to look forward to. this morning it is a wet and windy start to the day. we will see the heavier rain push in later this morning in the next few hours. here is high def doppler. you can see the showers offshore and pushing across the north bay this morning. it is a wet start to the day for you from windsor, santa rosa, petaluma, st. helena, yountville, near napa, as well as inverness, forest hills. you can see the light rain across the region. we are looking at the cliff else camera at ocean beach. temperatures are running in the
mid to upper 50s. here is what you can expect, your weather headlines. wet and windy tracking 15 to 25 mile-per-hour winds with gusts up to 35 miles per hour. we feel that with the winds out there. the heavy rain with the actual cold front pushing through, the timing of that will be from 9 am from the north bay, san francisco peninsula and east bay and eventually by noon into the south bay. a few showers this afternoon could see an isolated thunderstorm but also some some breaks later today. we will pick out about a quarter inch of rain with this. we will time it out for you
tracking the rain and the wind taking you hour by hour on futurecast coming up in a few minutes. let's check in with gianna franco because it is windy on the bridges. >> they have issued wind advisories for the bay bridge, dumbarton and the venetia bridge. traffic is really starting to stack up this morning. we have slick surfaces because of the wet weather. a busy ride working your way out of oakland into san francisco this morning. we have some stop and go conditions across the upper deck. looking at speeds, 25 miles per hour dipping around 35 miles per hour near treasure island. it is safe to say it is sluggish working your way westbound across the upper deck into the city. be careful traveling in a high profile vehicle. there is no wind advisory for the san mateo bridge. traffic is quiet between 80 and 101. it is 13 minutes to go from hawarden to foster city. pretty much the same for the dumbarton bridge. that will only take you 12 minutes to go from 880 to marsh road. there is a wind advisory for the dumbarton bridge and the venetia bridge.
we are not seeing any delays on 680 itself. it looks like it is doing okay e few crashes reported. this is westbound 42 at fish ranch road. injuries are reported with this accident. we have delays building behind it. be careful through there. we will look at the south bay coming up. i am anne mackovec at the live news desk. let's go to concord where there was a house fire this morning. a woman was injured trying to escape this one-story home after the fire broke out. she is expected to be okay but she has burns to her hands and feet. you can see significant damage. that is where firefighters believe this fire started. you can see this video from about 3 am. that is as firefighters were actively fighting the fire which is now out. firefighters think it started in the garage. when they got there, they started hearing very loud explosions. they don't know if those were from ammunition or propane tanks in the garage. there was heavy smoke and a lot of flames. they said they had trouble locating the origin of the fire because it was an l-shaped home. the investigation continues but firefighters say it doesn't appear to be suspicious.
this morning, health experts have a warning in santa clara county. people may have been exposed to the measles by an infected tourists from another country visiting the silicon valley. jackie ward is joining us to tell us who may have been exposed. >> it is scary. >> reporter: while he was here, the tours was all across the south bay visiting 20 different popular locations, including the great mall in milpitas. he also stopped at the apple visitor center in cupertino . doctors say people can catch the measles even an hour after the infected person leaves the room. 97% of the kindergartners were vaccinated last year. people most susceptible to contracting the disease include people not vaccinated, babies waiting to get their shots and anyone with a weakened immune system. >> it is concerning. it is concerning to everybody.
>> people who are not vaccinated, babies waiting to get their shots and people with weakened immune systems are at risk for measles. there were almost the same amount of cases is all of last year. the situation in the county in new york has gotten so bad, it has declared a state of emergency and ordered thousands of kids pulled out of schools because of measles. rockford county has been dealing with the measels outbreak since october and nearly 17,000 vaccine doses were given in 26 weeks. yesterday, an executive order called for nearly 6000 unvaccinated children to be removed from schools. back here in the bay, the tourist was hospitalized but after a few days of going around the area. in milpitas, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> we have posted a full list of places the infected tourists visited in santa clara county
plus the days and times on our website, kpix.com. there were two small earthquakes in the north bay this morning. amended to 2.7 and 2.6 this morning both in the san pablo bay. right now, no reports of any damage. it is 5:35 am. state and federal officials will test out those state's earthquake warning system for the bay area. >> emily turner joins us with more. >> reporter: it is called a shakealert and designed to let people know there will be an earthquake seconds before it happens. this morning, about 40,000 phones will ring or buzz in downtown oakland between 11 am and noon. emergency officials and the usgs want to see how quickly a warning could transmit to cell phones in the event of an earthquake. the alerts owned today will be a 60 block swath of downtown oakland west of lake merritt . officials told us they chose this specific area for population density and worn some areas outside of the target area may also get an alert. >> it was only a few seconds.
is it going to help? >> i would see where imm and if there were any place safer i could get. >> reporter: the thousands of people who were received this alert today will be asked to fill out a survey answering questions about how quickly the alert reached them. experts say depending on how it goes, the technology could be a game changer. the test is being coordinated by the state office of emergency services and the usgs in partnership with the city of oakland and alameda county. a racist rant caught on camera in allen and helen. a customer thrown into a rage over a taco. >> we are not in mexico. we are in america. >> the owner said the man could not understand the specials on the board because one word it was in spanish. the sign for the specials says it is only good on friday. inside the restaurant it says it in english. even when the cashier pointed out, witnesses say the man did not let up. >> she was really shaking when
he left. she was like scared. he was like in a bad mood. he was not having a good day. >> outside the restaurant, the man threatened to call immigration officials. the owner of the restaurant says he will not be allowed back. chicago prosecutors have dropped all 16 charges against actor jussie smollett. the bay area native has been accused of faking a hate crime attack on himself. as part of the deal, he has performed community service and forfeited $10,000 in bond money. in response, mayor rahm emanuel well called it a whitewash of justice and the police superintendent said the city was owed an apology. a judge is calling for a ban on some iphones. diane king hall has this story and more in this morning's cbs >> re: wich.
a recap s. re yesteay. the dow neraied 140 phonulbe banned from being imported into the u. s. the decision comes after concluding the device was owned by qualcomm. the recommendation must be weighed by the full commission. >> reporter: verizon is launching a free app to block robocalls. the company also has an app that costs $2.99 a month. users receive an average of seven span calls per month. verizon expects a new monthly service to stop them. >> we are hearing about cutbacks on greeting cards in stores. what is this about. >> if you are choosing to wish
friends well with a textor media post instead of a card, retailers are considering reducing the space set aside for cards. the greeting card association says people are still buying cards but according to an industry market research firm, though sales are declining by 3% every year. >> if you personalize it, it is a little nicer but it takes more time. >> el. >> diane king hall from new york this morning. thank you. the bay area's second shake shack is scheduled to open. the menu is decked out with items exclusive to its location, including the larks burger. crispy pieces of mount tamm graham. it opens at 11 am. i think you should go drive to larkspur or palo alto. >> my favorite burger by far. they also sell beer.
the american academy of pediatrics find real books have an advantage over electronic books. parents and toddlers taught more and have more collaboration like turning pages and holding the book together. >> there is something so special about a real book, especially for kids. it is fun for them to hold them and turn the pages. they can point things out. then they can picked them out and bring them to me. >> one doctor says electronic books are distracting but parents don't have to toss them out altogether. there are simple steps they can take to make it a better learning experience. >> turn off the things that when you tap the dog it barks so the child can focus on the story. you will have to put a little bit of extra legwork in to make sure you embellish and engage in the dialogue, as you would a regular book. >> pediatricians recommend parents read to their children early on in it
could help with their cognitive and emotional development. two kids, have never read an e- book to them, it is always the real thing. sometimes simple is better. >> it takes up a lot of space but it is okay. >> it is good for the baby. a favor kids book? >> the giving tree. that is a good one. >> what about, i love you always. >> i love you forever. >> that's what it is. >> i will get all emotional. let's not talk about that. let's go to traffic. >> we are dealing with wet roadways and windy conditions this morning. be careful hitting the roads.
unfortunately, we have an accident on 24 that is slowing traffic down, at least one lane is blocked, possibly a second one. look at the line of red behind it. io have slow go anndtra co miitnutes working your way westbound 24 this morning. slow conditions across the idco. ming geout you slow br pass the metering lights getting onto thincline of the bay bridge. traffic is stacked up here. u yk e arba to 880 overpass but not the maze yet. if you are planning to take 580 or the eastshore freeway you okay working your way westbound through there. no winadvisory in effect for the san mateo bridge but there is for the dumbarton bridge. your drive times look good for both bridges across the span. me ive looking at a 13 minu te r ie front em mbthise dumornthing. looking at traffic along the benicia bridge, wind advisory in effect . be careful working
your way across the span. two hands on the steering wheel. it is still early so traffic is quite a long 680. 680 looks good in both directions. we do have brake lights out of the altamont pass. that is typical this time of morning. dri time from 205 to 680. it looks like the eastshore freeway is in the green. no delays there. westbound 4 is clear. the early crash earlier is in the clearing stages. the rain and wind her back. we will help you get through this morning. here is high def doppler. you can see a lot of the action offshore. we are tracking a wet start to the day, especially for the north bay. from st. helena, as well as rohnert park and yountville, you can see light showers this morning. we are looking at a few spotty showers for seven trees and alamitos in south bay this morning. a live look at our salesforce
tower camera, you can see it shaking a bit in the wind. temperatures are running in the 50s, mid to upper 50s. let's check the wind. we have been seeing winds up to 35 miles per hour. you will feel that difference. a 20 mile-per-hour wind out of the south-southwest in half moon bay, 17 in san jose, 22 in downtown san francisco, 20 in berkeley, 17 in vallejo, 13 mile-per-hour winds in novato. it is a wet and windy start to the day. we are looking at the heavy rain with the actual cold front pushing through right around 8 am to 11 am. that is when you will see the heaviest rain, the strongest winds and as we go through the
afternoon a few showers but also some some breaks later today. we have the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm because there is enough instability to fire that up later today. here is a low pressure system dropping a front our way. the cold front is bringing the rain and wind today. the low pressure system will stick around until tomorrow. because of that we will have unsettled weather with showers for your thursday. we will time it out out for you and walk you through the next 24 to 48 hours on futurecast. this is 9 am with a cold front pushing through with heavy rain for the san francisco peninsula and east bay. by 11 am into the south bay. as we go through the afternoon we have some breaks and a few showers with the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm. as we start off the day tomorrow it is still wet with scattered showers in the morning tomorrow and scattered showers continue in the afternoon for your thursday. as the front moves through behind it, we are looking at calmer winds as we go through are afternoon. we are not expecting a lot of rain anywhere from a 10th to a quarter inch of rain with this weather system. because of the rain, because of that, pollen count is down. it will creep back up as we go through the week, especially by friday and the weekend with drier, sunnier weather ahead. sunrise is 7:02 am and sunset
is 7:27 pm. daytime highs below average for this time of year but we are looking at 60s, 64 in mountain view, 63 in santa clara, 65 in san jose, walnut creek 64 and berkeley right around 61. 62 in alameda, 63 in oakland and 61 in clearlab. a wet and windy day today with showers on thursday and finally we have sunshine with high pressure building in friday and into the weekend. it is 5:51 am right now. two california moms are looking for mysterious man. they say he saved their daughters' lives. let's look outside
good wednesday morning to you. we are tracking the rain and the wind. we will take you out to the north bay on high def doppler. it is wet near windsor and glen ellyn as well as novato. if it is not raining right now, just wait. it will. we are tracking the rain pushing in within a matter of hours coming up. we have windy conditions affecting your drive across the bay bridge. they have issued a wind advisory. it is a slow ride coming from
the foot of the maze working away near the toll plaza. we abort of a crash near the metering lights. we will see that of we can get it on one of our live shots. he is being called the mystery cowboy. this morning, two moms say they saved their kids. >> he pulled them out of a strong current on a california beach and took off before they could think him. it happened at seal beach in orange county. an eight-year-old was playing with her big brother and best friend when a big wave crashed down and swept her out to see. within seconds, is he could not breathe. >> i tried to go under the waves to swim back to the shore but then it kept on coming and pushed me back. >> i could barely even see my sister's face. i knew she was in trouble because i saw her. >> the other two kids also got pulled underwater. that is when a stranger wearing skinny jeans, a plaid shirt and possibly even cowboy boots came to their rescue and brought
morning moves along. mary lee will time it all out for us. dozens of firefighters respond when a home goes up in flames. details on the woman who is being treated for burn injuries. healthcare takes the spotlight on capitol hill once again. good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, march 27 that. i am michelle griego. >> i am kenny choi. it is 6 am. we are on storm watch again. michelle probably did not bring in her umbrella this morning. >> i have two umbrellas, michelle. you can have one of mine. >> i love you. >> i love you.ry? >> no. >> i have one in the car. >> we are looking at a wet and windy start to the day. we will see more rain as we head to the next few hours. if you're not catching the rain right now, just wait. here is high def doppler. in the north bay, it is wet.