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the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. we're following breaking news this morning.. the camp fire has destroyed nearly 90- thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people.. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is only 5 percent contained and its burned more than 7- thousand structures... most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live from a church in oroville...with more on this new development and how the church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e
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transmission line in butte county occurred le than a half hour before the start of the camp fire, according to a report the utility sent to the california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew on aerial patrol saw damage to a transmission tower on the transmission line that had the outage thursday morning about 15 minutes before the camp fire is said to have started. the line is located about one mile northeast of the town of pulga, which is close to the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. "nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve, the statement said. "the cause of the camp fire has not yet been determined. pg&e has provided an initial electric incint report to the safety and enforcement division of the california public utilities commission (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations."
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thanks sara. ( marty )here is a live look at the embarcadero... lets get a check of the weather with dave spar. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific
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will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again. ( marty ) new this morning... president
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trump is weighing in on the deadly california wildfires. the president critizied on twitter that california's fire management as 'so poor'... and that there is no reason for the fires. he went on to say billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. the president threatened to withold federal assistance for fire victims. ( marty ) make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to get the latest breaking news. we are sending push
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alerts as soon as we get new fire information. our mobile app it's free to download. ( marty ) stll ahead on kron 4 news...a family narrowly escapes the ferocious flames of the camp fire ... we'll show you their horrifying escape. ( marty ) and a desperate search is now underway for a 12-year-old girl who went missing as thousands of people evacuated in butte county. i'm jimmy dean and uh,
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you can smell it.the smoke from the camp fire burning in butte county is causing air pollution throughout the bay area.san francisco's marina green empty friday afternoon on what's usually a bustling area for joggersin these conditions, health officials say it's best to stay indoorsbut these folks decided to get outside anyway and pay the price
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respirator.">that's not a bad idea..a health advisory and winter spare the air alert has been issued and in effect through monday.paige brown-kelly is a repository therapist at marin general hospital.brown-kelly says people in effected areas should be wearing this n-95 respirator mask to avoid breathing particulate matter. to put that number in perspective, air quality readings over 150 is like smoking seven cigarettes a day. a reading that should be taken very seriously. ( dave )
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather
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conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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again. area once francisco bay area once again. again.
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( marty ) new this morning.. a butte county family is desperately searching for one of their children who disapperared as thousands of residents tried to escape the camp fire. on thursday, the harmon family says they went to pick up one of their children from school, while a family friend picked up another harmon child. but in all the evacuation confusion, the family hasn't able to connect with the family friend. the family says they've checked all the shelters in chico and haven't heard anything. ( marty ) the camp fire has claimed at least nine lives and burned an estimated two thousand structures. ( marty ) actor james woods is looking to help families reconnect with their loved ones in butte county. he has dedicated his twitter account... to help people
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find missing loved ones.. by using the hashtag "camp fire james woods" these are just some of the tweets-- people are giving names and descriptions of their missing loved ones. one woman tells the story of her sister -- whose car broke down... as they were fleeing the fire. james woods has around two million followers. he says, twitter can be a great tool in times like this -- and he hopes to connect these people with their loved ones... ( marty ) coming up after the break... the raiders are dealing with the poor air quality at practice. hear what raiders head coach jon gruden has to say about tomorrow's game.... and the conditions his players will have to deal with. that warriors-bucks game was
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damaging on a few fronts.. snaps an 8-game win streak, golden state's first loss at oracle. but what hurts the most, steph curry had to leave with an injury. the team announced today that curry..is dealing with a mild
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to moderate left groin strain. it happened midway through the 3rd quarter... as he landed awkwardly after a jump. --good news is steve kerr says it doesn't seem too serious...and he's not anticipating this to be a long-term setback. curry is out tmrw vs the nets...along with draymond green who's still going through a foot problem --kerr said he's had this same groin injury during his playing days...and provided some insight on what number 30 is going through. "it's hard to move laterally, you know when you've got that tweak in your groin. it's not a quad. the movement with the quad is fine, but you get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes difficult. so you gotta get the movement and the strength back in it before he can go out and play. so it's going to be at least a few days before he even gets on the floor. so we'll see where it goes from there." college basketball season getting underway- cal opening its year in shanghai, china... you see yao ming in attendance for the festivities. --golden bears facing yale... cal's main source of
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offense was paris austin... runs the floor and goes right to the rack. game high 18-points. --but yale..way too strong... boys from the ivy league led by as many as 21.. miye oni...3-for-5 from downtown, 16 points --cal falls, 76-59 turning now to the nfl-- the league released a statement today saying it is monitoring air quality conditions... due to wildfires in northern and southern california. the effects from the butte county fire were evident in alameda this week. this was video from yesterday's practice as the raiders were moving through the haze. in l-a, 45 rams team employees were evacuated from their homes....because of the woolsey fire. there is the outside possibility the games could be moved or see a change in schedule, but the league says they will go on as planned for now. jon gruden...gave his remarks on the fires this morning. "i hope that the fires go away. i'm more concerned about a lot
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of people that are being impacted by this. we'll react to whatever the circumstances are, whatever happens. i just hope this ends fast" as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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we're following breaking news this morning.. the camp fire has destroyed nearly 90- thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people.. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is only 5 percent contained and its burned more than 7- thousand structures... most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live
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from oroville...with more on this new development and how a church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e transmission line in butte county occurred less than a half hour before the start of the camp fire, according to a report the utility sent to the california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew
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on aerial patrol saw damage to a transmission tower on the transmission line that had the outage thursday morning about 15 minutes before the camp fire is said to have started. the line is located about one mile northeast of the town of pulga, which is close to the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. "nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve, the statement said. "the cause of the camp fire has not yet been determined. pg&e has provided an initial electric incident report to the safety and enforcement division of the california public utilities commission (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations."
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investigations." investigations." with any investigations."
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investigations." thanks sara. thanks sara.
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( james )as we continue to monitor the fire in butte county --- we have scott mclean from cal fire on the phone to tell us the latest. scott do you have any new numbers for us? . .
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( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region
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through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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this morning. the bay area continues to suffer from smokey, unhealthy air. kron4's haaziq madyun talked with an east bay health official about the best ways to stay safe. sotcontra costa county health services officer
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dr. chris farintano tells you what you need to know to protect yourself from particulate matter in the atmosphere as result of the firesotwhat about folks who don't have any respitory problems?sothere is what contra costa county health services recommends for those of us who have to go out in these sot
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news....two women talk about escaping the camp fire in an emotional interview..
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( marty )( marty ) ( marty ) this morning we are
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hearing from two people who escaped the camp fire in butte county. many of those who evacuated still don't know if their homes are standing. last night during the kron 4 news at five, we spoke via skype with two women from the burn zone. christine mac-shane was ordered to evacuate....and virgina partian lost everything. (ácommercialá) everything.lost everything. lost everything.everything. lost virgina partian lost virgina partian evacuate....and virgina partian lost
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california, the woolsey and the hills fires forced 250- thousand people out of their homes. in malibu, the woolsey fire triggered evacuations. many celebrities are the among those whose homes are threatened. the big concern for firefighters this weekend is that dry conditions and gusty and unpredictable winds may further fuel the flames. despite the danger, some have chosen to stay in their homes.
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there firefighters can see only what's close to the road.">( marty ) dozens of residents are now looking for missing loved ones. ( dave ) (sara) and we're following the very latest on the the camp fire as it continues to burn..... im standing by with a live look. it's a brand new morning
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100-thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people.. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is now 20 percent contained and its burned more than 7-thousand structures... most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live from a church in oroville...with more on this new development and how the church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e transmission line in butte county occurred less than a half hour before the start of the camp fire, according to a report the utility sent to the california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory
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relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew on aerial patrol saw damage to a transmission tower on the transmission line that had the outage thursday morning about 15 minutes before the camp fire is said to have started. the line is located about one mile northeast of the town of pulga, which is close to the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. "nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve, the statement said. "the cause of the camp fire has not yet been determined. pg&e has provided an initial electric incident report to the safety and enforcement division of the california public utilities commission (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations."
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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero... lets get a check of the weather with dave
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spar. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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download the kron4 mobile app to get the latest breaking news. we are sending push alerts as soon as we get new fire information. our mobile app it's free to download. ( marty )coming up after the break... a desperate search is now underway for a 12-year-old girl who went missing as thousands of people evacuated in butte county. mean a trip back to
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this morning..the smoke from the camp fire is taking a toll on our air quality. this is a live look outside from sutro tower. the bay area is in a 'winter spare the air alert'. kron4's gayle ong has more on when this unhealthy air quality might come to an end.
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the picture says it all..the air quality in the bay area so bad, you can not only see it, you can smell it.the smoke from the camp fire burning in butte county is causing air pollution throughout the bay area.san francisco's marina green empty friday afternoon on what's usually a bustling area for joggersin
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these conditions, health officials say it's best to stay indoorsbut these folks decided to get outside anyway and pay the pricethat's not a bad idea..a health advisory and winter spare the air alert has been issued and in effect through monday.paige brown-kelly is a repository therapist at hospital. brown-kelly says people in effected areas should be wearing this n-95 respirator mask to avoid breathing particulate matter.kelly: "this mask is very important, especially when you do have to go outside, and the index is high, as high as anything over 150.">to put that number in perspective, air quality readings over 150 is like smoking seven cigarettes a day. a reading that should be taken very seriously. ( dave )
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather
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conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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( marty )in southern california, fire crews are
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concered about strong winds today. they could fuel the flames even further or even start new fires. camila bernal is in oak park, where multiple homes have burned. a trio of fires.raging out of ( marty ) coming up after the break... the raiders are dealing with the poor air quality at practice. hear what raiders head coach jon gruden has to say about tomorrow's game.... and the conditions his players will have to deal with. (ácommercialá) that warriors-bucks game was
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damaging on a few fronts.. snaps an 8-game win streak, golden state's first loss at oracle. but what hurts the
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most, steph curry had to leave with an injury. the team announced today that curry..is dealing with a mild to moderate left groin strain. it happened midway through the 3rd quarter... as he landed awkwardly after a jump. --good news is steve kerr says it doesn't seem too serious...and he's not anticipating this to be a long-term setback. curry is out tmrw vs the nets...along with draymond green who's still going through a foot problem --kerr said he's had this same groin injury during his playing days...and provided some insight on what number 30 is going through. "it's hard to move laterally, you know when you've got that tweak in your groin. it's not a quad. the movement with the quad is fine, but you get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes difficult. so you gotta get the movement and the
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strength back in it before he can go out and play. so it's going to be at least a few days before he even gets on the floor. so we'll see where it goes from there." college basketball season getting underway- cal opening its year in shanghai, china... you see yao ming in attendance for the festivities. --golden bears facing yale... cal's main source of offense was paris austin... runs the floor and goes right to the rack. game high 18-points. --but yale..way too strong... boys from the ivy league led by as many as 21.. miye oni...3-for-5 from downtown, 16 points --cal falls, 76-59 turning now to the nfl-- the league released a statement today saying it is monitoring air quality conditions... due to wildfires in northern and southern california. the effects from the butte county fire were evident in alameda this week. this was video from yesterday's practice as the raiders were moving through the haze. in l-a, 45 rams team employees were evacuated from their homes....because of the woolsey fire. there is the outside possibility the games could be moved or see a change in schedule, but
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the league says they will go on as planned for now. jon gruden...gave his remarks on the fires this morning. "i hope that the fires go away. i'm more concerned about a lot of people that are being impacted by this. we'll react to whatever circumstances are, whatever happens. i just hope this ends fast" as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. sfx: tinny headphone music
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( marty ) the small city of gridley is now filled with people who have been evacuated from the 'camp fire'. gridley is where the butte county fairgrounds evacuation center is located.. kron 4's justine waldman was there ... and she tells us, most everyone is affected by the devastation. pkgnats trafficthe main drag
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through gridley busltes with traffic.the normally slow town... is where evacuees are escaping the camp fire.like ron logan, who lost his home in paradise.sot we all woke up it was a nice day and then 8 hours later it wrecked everyones life and it keeps happening across california and it is just burning everyones homes upnats burgers hungry people stopped gridley burgeror a hot meal.which has not been this slammed since the oroville dam spill. manager jayne barrow hears all the fire horror stories from customers.sot a lot of people have lost their homes their businesses their kids schools everythingthe local ave hardware store is selling out of supplies.camping gear is low.there are a few bags of pet food left.most batteries are out of stock.and here are the last two cases of water. it's been beyond busy here.sot unbelieveable if people want to come camp out in our parking lot we will fully let them do itwith nothing to go home to...people and their pets have here come seeking shelter.. a town of 67-hundred pepole. and under the grey smokey sky, everyone
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here is impacted by the camp fire.sot i have been through earthquakes and hurricanes this was literally the scariest thingstandupevacuees tell me they feel welcome here. and store owners say it is good to see extra business, just not at expense of people losing their homes in the camp fire.in gridley justine waldman kron 4 news.news. waldman kron 4 in gridley justine the camp fire.in gridley justine waldman kron 4 news. ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave) persistent high (dave) persistent high pressure over
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the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again. again.
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we're we're following breaking news this morning.. the camp fire has destroyed 100-thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is only 20 percent contained and its burned more than 7-thousand structures...
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most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live from a church in oroville...with more on this new development and how the church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. marty its still early to say for sure.but pg and e has reported one of its crews saw damage to a transmission tower while responding to an outage on thursday morning just 15 minutes before the camp fire sparked up.the line is close to pulga which is right near the origin of the fire. so this officials will continue to look into this in the coming days - but it's looking like this could be the cause. i'm live right now here at the church of nazarene where there are hundreds of evacuees....this evacuation center is about 20 minutes
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from paradise.at first people were just feeling fortunate to make it out of paradise alive as thousands of people were driving down a two lane road called the skyway.embers were landing on cars and people barely made it out alive...some people didn't. now many are getting past that and coming to terms with the fact that their home is probably burned down along with most of the town of paradise. we know over seven thousand strucutures have burned down and many of those are homes.it's the not knowing that is driving a lot of people crazy.butte county cal fire wants people to know its going to take sometime before they can let people back up there to assess the damage as they are still working 24 hours a day to put this fire out.sotxxxhere at the evacuation center people are starting to wake up. i'll be live here all morning long checking in with people.marty i reported and lived in butte county for over a year so i can tell you this area is extremely devastated right now. looting is also been a concern in the evacuated areas.live in
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oroville, sara stinson, kron four news. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e transmission line in butte county occurred less than a half hour before the start of the camp fire, according to a report the utility sent to the california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew on aerial patrol saw damage to a transmission tower on the transmission line that had the outage thursday morning about 15 minutes before the camp fire is said to have started. the line is located about one mile northeast of the town of pulga, which is close to the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. "nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve, the statement said. "the cause of the camp fire has not yet been determined. pg&e has provided an initial electric incident report to the safety and enforcement division of the california public utilities commission (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations."
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thanks sara. ( marty ) in southern california, fire crews are concered about strong winds today. they could fuel the flames even further or even start new fires. camila bernal is in oak park, where multiple homes have burned. a trio of fires.raging out of control and growing more destructive up and down california.chasing thousands of people out of their homes... many driving through jam-packed streets lined with flames.evacuee: "this is unreal, never seen anything like this bud."in northern california--the camp fire burning in butte county has killed at least 9 people, four of them were found in cars overtaken by the fire.cal fire says it's burned more than 6- thousand structures in two days.making it the most destructive fire in california history.some who managed to escape-- are still looking r loved ones.alicia harmon/mother: "we love you
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crystal please try to get a hold of us somehow."the big us somehow."to get a hold of crystal please try "we love you crystal please try to get a hold of us somehow."the big concern for firefighters this weekend is that dry conditions and gusty and unpredictable winds may fuel the flames even further.that danger is also being felt in southern california-- where the hill and camp fires are still burning.the woosley fire has triggered evacuations in malibu where celebrities are the among those whose homes are threatened.despite the danger, some have chosen to stay behind.eugene karpus, ventura county resident: "when the fire comes i was able to put the fire down. otherwise it would go to the house because there firefighters can see only what's close to the
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road." ( marty ) make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to get the latest breaking news. we are sending push alerts as soon as we get new fire information. our mobile app it's free to download. still ahead on kron 4 morning news..smoke from the camp fire is causing hazardous air quality conditions here in the bay area... after the break we hear from the contra costa county health department about the best ways to stay safe ... (ácommercialá) for your health
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this morning. the bay area continues to suffer from smokey, unhealthy air. kron4's haaziq madyun talked
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with an east bay health official about the best ways to stay safe. sotcontra costa county health services officer dr. chris farintano tells you what you need to know to protect yourself from particulate matter in the atmosphere as result of the firesotwhat about folks who don't have any respitory problems?sot
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healthy should try to minimize their activities outdoors, minimize exercise a heavy exertion">here is what contra costa county health services recommends for those of us who have to go out in these conditionssot
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offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again. ( marty ) ( marty ) this morning we are
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department has a special teams patrolling the oakland hills, as a precaution. one of those patrols spotted a fire along highway- 13 thursday .... and quickly put it out before it had a chance to spread to the homes above ( dave ) (sara) and we're (sara)(sara) and we're following the very latest on the the camp fire as it continues to burn..... im standing by with a live look. (ácommercialá) sfx: tinny headphone music
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news this morning.. the camp fire has destroyed 100-thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people.. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is now 20 percent contained and its burned more than 7-thousand structures... most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live from a church in oroville...with more on this new development and how the church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e transmission line in butte county occurred less than a half hour before the start of the camp fire, according to a report the utility sent to the california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew on aerial patrol saw damage to a transmission tower on the
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transmission line that had the outage thursday morning about 15 minutes before the camp fire is said to have started. the line is located about one mile northeast of the town of pulga, which is close to the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. "nothing is more important than the safety of our customers, employees, contractors and the communities we serve, the statement said. "the cause of the camp fire has not yet been determined. pg&e has provided an initial electric incident report to the safety and enforcement division of the california public utilities commission (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate with any investigations." thanks sara. ( marty )here is a live look at the embarcadero... lets get a check of the weather with dave spar. (dave)persistent high pressure over persistent high (dave) dave spar.weather with check of the lets get a embarcadero... look at the here is a live ( marty ) thanks sara.thanks sara. thanks sara.thanks sara.thanks
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sara.thanks sara.thanks sara. ( marty ) ( marty ) make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to get the latest breaking news. we are sending push alerts as soon as we get new fire information. our mobile app it's free to download. ( marty )here is a live look
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at the embarcadero... lets get a check of the weather with dave spar. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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( marty ) ( marty )coming up after the break... a desperate search is now underway for a 12-year-old girl who went missing as thousands of people evacuated in butte county. ( marty ) 4 your health
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this morning..the smoke from the camp fire is taking a toll on our air quality. this is a live look outside from sutro tower. the bay area is in a 'winter spare the air alert'. kron4's gayle ong has
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more on when this unhealthy air quality might come to an end. the picture says it all..the air quality in the bay area so bad, you can not only see it, you can smell it.the smoke from the camp fire burning in butte county is causing air pollution throughout the bay area.san francisco's marina green empty friday afternoon on what's usually a bustling area for joggersin these conditions, health
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officials say it's best to stay indoorsbut these folks decided to get outside anyway and pay the pricethat's not a bad idea..a health advisory and winter spare the air alert has been issued and in effect through monday.paige brown-kelly is a repository therapist at marin general hospital.brown-kelly says people in effected areas should be wearing this n-95 respirator mask to avoid breathing particulate matter. to put that number in perspective, air quality readings over 150 is like smoking seven cigarettes a day. a reading that should be taken very seriously.
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( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern
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pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again.
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( marty ) this morning we are getting another look at the aftermath of the deadly and destructive camp fire that destroyed the butte county community of paradise. reporter nazy javid with a story that hit way too close to home... as her family narrowly escaped the ferocious flames... "we are evacuating paradise california, we can't even see. we don't even know where the fire is. so please, please, please, please pray for us that we get out of here ok. oh my god, oh my god!"my family
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-- in distress..."this is unreal.""yep, i've never seen anything like it bud."as they navigate their way through the ash and smoke..."oh god no! we passed it. what are we gonna do??""it's ok!"trying to find a way -- out of the flames... "we'll find it, papa."my family and their pets making a narrow escape for their lives - - but sadly -- two of their cats -- didn't make it.nats of meowing"how many cats do we have in the car?""1, 2, 3..." "it's alright, it's alright, we're gonna pray!"nats of child cryingyoung children surrounded by destruction, chaos, and confusion."i hope mom's going to be alright. god it's so hot.""i know baby, hold on. i can't see""it'll be alright. it'll be okay.""oh lord, jesus"my family -- clinging to prayer... hoping
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they were driving away from the fire -- not toward it.nats of meows, crying"it's everywhere." "it's alright, we'll be ok, just pray. please help us lord. we gotta get out of this...""everything's going to be gone.""please lord jesus please be with us lord." "please lord jesus give us this day..."and they say -- by the grace of god those prayers were answered."go, go, go!""we made it through, cristian!""we got it!"nat: "honk, honk." "thank you my brothers!" ( marty ) that was nazy javid reporting... her family -- lost their home -- but say they are grateful to be alive. ( marty ) coming up after dealing with the poor air re
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quality at practice. hear what raiders head coach jon gruden has to say about tomorrow's game.... and the conditions his players will have to deal with. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) that warriors-bucks game was
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damaging on a few fronts.. snaps an 8-game win streak, golden state's first loss at oracle. but what hurts the most, steph curry had to leave with an injury. the team announced today that curry..is dealing with a mild to moderate left groin strain. it happened midway througthe 3rd quarter... as he landed awkwardly after a jump. --good news is steve kerr says it doesn't seem too serious...and he's not anticipating this to be a long-term setback. curry is out tmrw vs the nets...along with draymond green who's still going through a foot problem --kerr said he's had this same groin injury during his playing days...and provided some insight on what number 30 is going through. "it's hard to move laterally, you know when you've got that tweak in your groin. it's not a quad.
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the movement with the quad is fine, but you get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes difficult. so you gotta get the movement and the strength back in it before he can go out and play. so it's going to be at least a few days before he even gets on the floor. so we'll see where it goes from there." college basketball season getting underway- cal opening its year in shanghai, china... you see yao ming in attendance for the festivities. --golden bears facing yale... cal's main source of offense was paris austin... runs the floor and goes right to the rack. game high 18-points. --but yale..way too strong... boys from the ivy league led by as many as 21.. miye oni...3-for-5 from downtown, 16 points --cal falls, 76-59 turning now to the nfl-- the league released a statement today saying it is monitoring air
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quality conditions... due to wildfires in northern and southern california. the effects from the butte county fire were evident in alameda this week. this was video from yesterday's practice as the raiders were moving through the haze. in l-a, 45 rams team employees were evacuated from their homes....because of the woolsey fire. there is the outside possibility the games could be moved or see a change in schedule, but the league says they will go on as planned for now. jon gruden...gave his remarks on the fires this morning. "i hope that the fires go away. i'm more concerned about a lot of people that are being impacted by this. we'll react to whatever the circumstances are, whatever happens. i just hope this ends fast" as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. we're following breaking
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news this morning.. the camp fire has destroyed 100-thousand acres and has claimed the lives of at least nine people. and this morning there may be a cause to what's now being called the most destructive fire in california history. the fire is only 20 percent contained and its burned more than 7-thousand structures... most of them homes. kron4's sara stinson is joining us now live from a church in oroville...with more on this new development and how the church is helping out evacuess. good morning sara. marty its still early to say for sure.but pg and e has reported one of its crews saw damage to a transmission tower while responding to an outage on thursday morning just 15
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minutes before the camp fire sparked up.the line is close to pulga which is right near the origin of the fire. so this officials will continue to look into this in the coming days - but it's looking like this could be the cause. i'm live right now here at the church of nazarene where there are hundreds of evacuees....this evacuation center is about 20 minutes from paradise.at first people were just feeling fortunate to make it out of paradise alive as thousands of people were driving down a two lane road called the skyway.embers were landing on cars and people barely made it out alive...some people didn't. now many are getting past that and coming to terms with the fact that their home is probably burned down along with most of the town of paradise. we know over seven thousand strucutures have burned down and many of those are homes.it's the not knowing that is driving a lot of people crazy.butte county cal fire wants people to know its going to take sometime before they can let people back up there to assess the damage as they are still working 24 hours a day to put this fire out.sotxxxhere at the
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evacuation center people are starting to wake up. i'll be live here all morning long checking in with people.marty i reported and lived in butte county for over a year so i can tell you this area is extremely devastated right now. looting is also been a concern in the evacuated areas.live in oroville, sara stinson, kron four news. by bay city news service an outage on a pg&e transmission line occurred less than a half hour before the fire, according to a report the utility california public utilities commission. the report was sent thursday to the commission by meredith allen, senior director of regulatory relations. pg&e officials also said that thursday afternoon a pg&e crew on damage to a transmission transmission line outage thursday morning about 15 the camp fire is said to have the line is located about one the town of pulga, the origin of the camp fire. allen said in the report that this information is preliminary. pg&e officials issued a statement friday afternoon. more important than the safety of employees, contractors and we serve, the statement said. "the camp fire has not yet been pg&e has provided an incident report to the safety and enforcement the california public utilities (cpuc). pg&e will fully cooperate investigations."
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( james )as we continue to monitor the fire in butte county --- we have spokesperson from the bay area air quality district...walter wallace... on the phone to give us the latest on air quality conditions. .
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( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire will continue to drift across our area over the next few days, adversely impacting air quality. daytime high temperatures will remain mild, while nights will be cool, particularly in the interior valleys. very low humidity this weekend and increasing offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will
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result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again. again. and as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. in southern california,
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fire crews are concered about strong winds today. they could winds today.about strong winds today. they could fuel the flames even further or even start new fires. camila bernal is in oak park, where multiple homes have burned. a trio of fires.raging out of
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control and growing more destructive up and down california.chasing thousands of people out of their homes... many driving through jam-packed streets lined with flames.evacuee: "this is unreal, never seen anything like this bud."in northern california--the camp fire burning in butte county has killed at least 9 people, four of them were found in cars overtaken by the fire.cal fire says it's burned more than 6- thousand structures in two days.making it the most destructive fire in california history.some who managed to escape-- are still looking for loved ones.alicia harmon/mother: "we love you crystal please try to get a hold of us somehow."the big concern for firefighters this weekend is that dry conditions and gusty and unpredictable winds may fuel the flames even further.that danger is also being felt in southern
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california-- where the hill and camp fires are still burning.the woosley fire has triggered evactions in malibu where celebrities are the among those whose homes are threatened.despite the danger, some have chosen to stay behind.eugene karpus, ventura county resident: "when the fire comes i was able to put the fire down. otherwise it would go to the house because there firefighters can see only what's close to the road."
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next on kron 4 morning news....two women talk about escaping the camp fire in an emotional interview.. (ácommercialá)
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offshore flow on saturday night and into sunday will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area once again. ( marty )( marty )( marty ) this morning we are hearing from two people who escaped the camp fire in butte county. many of those who evacuated still don't know if their homes are standing. last night during the kron 4 news at five, we spoke via skype with two women from the burn zone. christine mac-shane was ordered to evacuate....and virgina partian lost everything. sfx: tinny headphone music
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and all of our plans include free preventive care. financial help is available, so check for yoursf to see what savings you qualify for. for health insurance starting january 1st, enroll by december 15th. because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today. ( marty ) the oakland fire department has a special teams unit patrolling the oakland hills area as a precaution. one of those
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patrols spotted a fire along highway- 13 thursday .... and quickly put it out before it had a chance to spread to the homes above. ( marty ) oakland fire spent the day clearing debris caused by strong winds and preparing for the next red flag warning. the fire department reminds people, the use of open flames, bar-b-q's or lawn equipment that can cause sparks are off limits for now. ( marty )and the american red cross has an option on its website where residents can register as "safe and well" . they can also post a message that describes their status. for example.. you can say where your evacuation location is .. whether you are able to make phone calls. the website is - safe- and- well-dot-org. on the
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page... people can also search for those who have registered. we have a link to this... on our website at kron-4-dot-com. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight. (toni vo) 'twas the night before christmas,
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and all thro' the house. not a creature was stirring, but everywhere else... there are chefs, bakers and food order takers. doctors and surgeons and all the life savers. the world is alive as you can see, this time of the year is so much more than a bow and a tree. (morgan vo) those who give their best, deserve the best. get up to a $1,000 credit on select models now during the season of audi sales event.
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