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(michelle) here is a live look at the here is a live here is a live look at the embarcadero. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will 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.
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valleys. in the interior particularly cool, particularly in the interior valleys. (michelle)we're experiencing we're (michelle) valleys. valleys. in the interior particularly cool, particularly in the interior valleys. in the interior particularly in the interior valleys.
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critical fire weather in parts of the bay area today. the red flag warning is now in effect. the north bay, santa cruz mountains, and east bay hills are more vulnerable. the alameda county fire department has added two crews in addition to the firefighters working overtime right now... because they've already shared resources to the north for the camp fire that's burning, and to the south in ventura county for the woolsey fire. those who remain have resources prepositioned in the east bay hills.... in places near homes surrounded by trees and brush.
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fire// "well it means we are working more so fire fighters are being held to cover shifts and cover spots and vacancies and fill the upstaff requirements to protect our county."> (áámichelleáá) ready for wildfire dot org recommends you make an evacuation plan with your family.. and have a checklist... you can find an example on their site. also have an emergency supply kit in the car. cover up from heat and embers by wearing 100 percent cotton pants, long sleeved shirts, and a bandana to cover your face, also goggles if you have any. and lastly know where your pets are. (michelle)in southern californa... the woosley fire has claimed the lives of two people... and has destroyed 177-homes. thousands have evacuated. reporter camila bernal has the lastest from malibu.
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i'm standing in an oceanfront neighborhood in malibu. these are multi-million dollar homes and this is what's left. it is total destruction news continue, the winds are expected to pick up today and in the words of the ventura county fire chief, mother nature is simply turning her fan back on.craig clunies-ross / malibu resident: we thought we were ready. we thought we had the right stuff. we hosed everything down. but, when it came over this ridge right here behind us it was 100 foot wall of flames.three major california wildfires have forced more than a quarter of a million people from their homes across the state.in southern california -- the woolsey and hill fires have burned almost 90,000 acres. and officials say strong winds are expected today, which could make an already dangerous fire situation even worsechief scott jalbert / calfire: these winds will be as severe if not more severe than we saw in the last few days.and in northern california, the camp fire has become the most destructive and one of the deadliest in the state's modern history, killing more than 20 people as it's burned across more than 100,000 acresofficials warn residents in both northern and
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southern california, stay alert and be prepared to evacuatemark lorenzen / ventura county fire chief: listen for evacuations and please don't let your guard down. the need for evacuations is still present. but for those who have lost their homes, a determination forward.craig clunies-ross / malibu resident: you gotta be strong, you know. we rebuild, this is where we live.and the death toll for the camp fire in northern california, now at 23, tens of thousands still under evacuation orders and authorities just telling the public to remain vigilant. reporting in malibu california, i'm camila bernal. (áámichelleáá) (áámichelleáá)breaking news this morning... the death toll in the camp fire has risen to 23 people, following the discovery of 14 additional bodies on saturday. the butte county sheriff updated the public on the findings saturday night. kron 4s
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sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for. the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen.
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< "i will tell you this weighs heavy on all of us myself and especially those staff members who are out there doing what is important work but certainly difficult work.... i am happy to report that through investigation we've
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been able to confirm approximately 70 people who were previously reported missing have now been located and are safe. i know that atleast 10 of those individuals were located at by investigators at local shelters. "> (michelle) (michelle)and we are keeping
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you up to date on these wildfires through push alerts. download our kron4 app for everything you need to keep you safe. firefighters are still busy battling the camp fire... what investigators believe caused the fire to start. and we are taking a look at the devastation in paradise following the camp fire. plus a look at ways you can protect your health as the air quality continues to deteriorate in the bay area.
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francisco department of emergency services is urging residents to reduce outdoor exposure by closing windows and doors. that's because unhealthy air quality is expected to persist through tomorrow. here's phileppe djegal with some precautions you can take. (phlippe) masks in smoke are helpful and better than nothing... but they don't garauntee complete protection. misako hill/asthmatic- "i might have to leave because my throat is already scratchy." stuck indoors for the past few days... misako (me- sock-oh) hill needed a little time outside in oakland after battling a case of cabin fever. misakao hill/asthmatic- "i have a history of asthma, so it's critical, um, you know the particulates already irritate my eyes, and so any sort of protection -- i need to make sure i take that precaution." and, of course, the best way to limit your exposure to this toxic air is to simply stay inside. angel sweet/dog walker- "we're just going to do a quick little walk and um call it a day." children's fairyland remained closed saturday due to the poor air quality. visibility on roadways and from this typically picturesque rest stop in pleasant hill extremely low. walter wallace/baaqmd- "right
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now we are in the red for pretty much the entire bay area. um, the meteorologists tell me, that we are expecting, if models continue to stay the same, we are expecting to see some improvement over the next day or two." walter wallace speaks for the bay area air quality management district. he says the air quality is unleahlthy -- especially for those with pre-existing respiratory problems. strong wind in the fire zone may cause more destruction... but wallace says wind would help clear the air in the bay area.walter wallace/baaqmd- "if it stay stagnant, and an inversion layer sits, then what happens is the smoke will actually settle down at our levels where we breathe and then there will be poor air quality for all of us. so, we're hoping for some clean air to kind of push in and hopefully make the whole situation beeter for everyone." misako hill/asthmatic- "it's unfortunate. i mean, the reason why is because of all the fires and you know, i just feel for all those families that are, you know, lost their property." the bay area air quality management district has also issued a spare the air day alert. wood burning is illegal. philippe djegal, kron four news.
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morning. (michelle) toss to weather. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will
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result in winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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"omg this is our town.. omg get me out of here kevin!" this is video from a family who escaped the camp fire. the nattress family.. shared this video of them driving through the flames... barely escaping the fire... you can hear in their voices on the video.. and they admit.. they were so scared as they drove out. it was
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frightening to see everything around them burning. and people, their neighbors, running for their lives. "my windows were scalding hot even though the ac was running my windows were so hot you could not touch them peoples tires were catching on fire people walking babies down in the middle of the smoke there was no room in the car for them it was horrible it was like literally going through hell."nats oh no!!!! somebody's propane tank just blew up!!" the family says they believe their home burned based on what they saw as they left paradise. they are staying with friends as they figure out what to do next. all they have is their car, their dog, cell phones, and each other. questions remain this morning on what sparked the deadly camp fire in butte county. as macy jenkins reports, some eyes are pointing toward p-g-and e. audio:"we have eyes on the vegetation fire. it's going to be very difficult to access camp creek road. it's
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near inaccessible."six-43 on thursday morning, butte county firefighters called dispatch after seeing flames across the feather river from poe dam. audio:"it is on the west side of the river, underneath the transmission lines. probably about 35 miles per hour, sustained wind on it."c-b-s 13 obtained this report from p- g-and-e, describing an incident at six-15 a-m, 28 minutes before that call from firefighters.it says ... graphic:"pg&e experienced an outage on the caribou- palermo...transmission line in butte county."and cal-fire records show the camp fire started at six-33 a-m, just 18 minutes later.sheriff kory honea:"this was a devastating fire. and if you've been up in this area, you absolutely know that, you know how quickly it came through the paradise area."thursday's report also says, p-g-and-e noticed a tower on that caribou-palermo power line was damaged,just one mile northeast of pulga, the exact origin of the camp fire. that was macy jenkins reporting.a p-g-and-e spokesperson responded to the allegations saying quote...
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"the cause of the fire has not been determined. pg&e is working with first responders on the fire lines to turn off power as they would during any wildfire emergency." still ahead on kron 4 morning news..a member of the san francisco 49ers shares his thoughts after losing his home in the deadly camp fire. that's next in sports. [woman 1] this...
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having an impact on the sports world. we've learned that shane wallen, who you see here and who is an assistant strength coach on the san francisco 49ers lost his childhood home that his father had been living in. this is what the location looked like on saturday. on twitter shane wrote, the camp fire has taken our homes, businesses, our livelihood but we still have
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each other. he says that this was the house that he grew up in and the house that was home to my amazing father and wonderful step mother for the last 20 years. i will be stronger because of this. i will stop at nothing to help the paradice community that has suffered the wrath of his unexpected tragedy. wallen started a gofund me page that was pushed by players on the 49ers. so far more than 12- thousand dollars has been raised for the wallen family.the golden state warriors were in action saturday night. they were without stephen curry who strained his left groin. an mri was done and kerr says it looked good. doesn't appear to be a bad strain. unclear if he will be back in action on monday. as for tonight. warriors hosting the brooklyn nets. you see quinn cook and kevin durant. cook getting lots of time with curry out. first quarter cook pushing it ahead to klay thompson. beautiful pass and nice finish. then durant with the
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pass, doesn't even have to dribble. for three. yes. then durant again this time running the offense...goes off a pick left side. how bout a little fade away. that's two points right there. close game early on. quinn cook boy he started red hot. for three. that is in the basket. fans are loving it. then how bout some klay thompson action. of the screen. mid range jumper and that's in. quinn cook came up big in this game. he had 27 points. durant would score 28 and klay had 24. warriors go on to win 116 to 100. again we don't know when curry will be back. should get an update sunday but kerr said the injury doesn't look like a very bad strain. the 49ers don't play until monday night this week but the raiders will be in action sunday in oakland. they host the los angeles chargers.the chargers are one of the hottest teams in the nfl at 6-2. raiders one of the worst teams in the league.
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the raiders need to stop philip rivers. he is on a tear and has thrown 19 touchdowns and just three interceptions. raiders need to put some pressure on rivers...something they have struggled to do all season long. the raiders also need to protect derek carr who was sacked 7 times last week against the 49ers. the offensive line was non- exsistent at that time. carr has been sacked 24 times on the season. vegas has the chargers by 11 in this game but you never know. you'd like to think that a desperate team like the raiders could pull something off. i just don't think a lot of people beleive that will happen. as we head to break..here's a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. more news and weather are straight ahead.
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the butte county sheriff updated the public on the findings saturday night. kron 4s sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for. the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen. your screen.are listed on those areas bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen. are listed on those areas
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(michelle) thanks sara. thanks sara.thanks sara. here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the
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hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. persistentigh 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. (michelle)now we want to turn it over to cal fire's scott mclean.. . he's live on the phone with us. good moring scott. moring scott. moring scott.moring scott.
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good moring scott. coming up on kron 4 morning on kron 4 coming up
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the destruction in paradise. here's kron 4's ashley zavala with a look at the damage. drive through paradise and it will look like anything but.. ((mike mohler- calfire) we still have an active fire scene..right now fire fighters are patrolling, really just working with the public to make sure everyone got out safely." saturday morning calfire crews surveyed the town's hospital... the emergency room area appears untouched, with equipment still in tact...clinics on the rear of the campus...crumbled ((nats))stranded cars line the roadways, including this scalded ambulance, its doors flung open. simple signs of life here are now a complicated mess. ((az standup)) "every single story in this shopping center is leveled including this safeyway right behind me where this weekend people would normally be coming to grab their groceries and necessities but instead, this building, a pile of rubble."
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more damage through downtown.. with fast food restaurants flattened. ((nats))in residential areas... animal rescue crews respond... treating two horses and taking them to shelter..((nats))vets refusing to leave behind a badly burnt duck. calfire says all this destruction stresses the importance of evacuations.. cal fire "any community, if you're impacted by the smoke, what we've seen in ca over the past decade... you should be concerned and you need to be ready if you're asked to evacuate, do so early so please it's really situational awareness for the public." paradise now the town where the state's most destructive fire burned. reporting in butte county, ashley zavala, kron as we head to break, as we as we head to break, here's a live look outside at the san francisco international airport. more news and weather are straight ahead. i wanted more from my copd medicine... ...that's why i've got the power of 1-2-3 medicines with trelegy.
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latest numbers on the camp fire this morining. right now the fire burning in butte county has scorched 109-thousand acres and is just 25 percent contained. 23-people have died.... and over 100 people remain missing. over 6-thousand homes are also destroyed. officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour today, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze. (michelle)in addition to that air quality around the bay area is poor... this is a look at our sutro cam.... where we see hazy skies. (michelle) dave spahr is here with dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)very low humidity and
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gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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in oakland -- artists and activists are making care packages and organizing donations for the migrant caravan. the group collected water saturday at the beauty botanica. they also collected food and clothing for the thousands of central americans that are seeking asylum. saturday-- mexico city metro transit whisked them to the outskirts of the capital and drivers began offering rides north. florida is headed for a recount in four midterm races. this where the difference between candidates was less than point-five percent. machine recounts will be conducted in the races for governor, senate, and
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agriculture commissioner. in the senate race, republican governor rick scott's lead over democratic senator bill nelson has shrunk to about 12- thousand 252 votes, or point- one-five-percent. and in the govenor's race, the difference is about point- four-percent -- republican ron desantis has a leader over democratic candidate andrew gillum by 33-thousand 693 votes. on election night, gillum conceded the governor's race. but saturday he said the battle to become florida's next governor is not over yet. november 15th is the deadline for each county to submit vote counts to the state. coming up on kron 4 morning news...a south bay university's weather lab returns from the front lines of the camp wildfire... to analyze the fire behavior. how it could help firefighters.
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the only ones who dropped everything and headed for butte county when the camp fire broke out wednesday night.
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as kron 4's rob fladeboe reports... so did the fire weather research lab from san jose state university. nats (research vehicle arrives back at campus)arriving back on campus today, san jose state'sfre weather lab crew spent the last 24 hours on the front lines of the camp fire in butte county. it's leader is meteorology professor craig clements.craig clements/san jose state university "....this deployment for us was about understanding how strong wind events in the sierra nevada can cause large fires...."clements and students jackson yip and matthew brewercaptured and posted video and still images of the fire and used doppler radar to measure wind velocities and other fire behavior.craig clements "...we were able to measure some really unique wind profiles and see how the wind changed to vertical and with the onset of the northeast winds that come off the sierra that have a very low level jet that's really strong, 40 mph just above the surface...."the crew shared several shots of the huge smoke plumes they encountered along the way noting the unusually high rate of spread of the fire downwind, destroying everything in it's path.craig clements "....that area is a complex area of terrain and vegetation, you have lots of grass fuels and shrubs and grey pines that kind of
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explode, we saw flame lengths of over 100 feet right next to the road...."the data collected may help firefighters better understand fire weather behavior and help develop strategies to fight wildfires.sot jackson yip/stdent sot matthew brewer/studentin sanjose rob fladeboe kron4news ( dave )( dave ) ( dave ) ( dave ) (sara) and we're following
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the very latest on the the camp fire as it continues to burn..... im standing by with a live look. (ácommercialá) (áámichelleáá)breaking news
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this morning... the death toll in the camp fire has risen to 23 people, following the discovery of 14 additional bodies on saturday. 109- thousand arces have been burned.... and the fire is now 25-percent contained. kron 4s sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds
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could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for. the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen.
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(michelle) thanks sara.
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(michelle) here is a live look at the embarcadero. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the
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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. (michelle)in southern californa... the woosley fire has claimed the lives of two people... and has destroyed 177-homes. thousands have evacuated. reporter camila
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bernal has the lastest from malibu. i'm standing in an oceanfront neighborhood in malibu. these are multi-million dollar homes and this is what's left. it is total destruction and the bad news continue, the winds are expected to pick up today and in the words of the ventura county fire chief, mother nature is simply turning her fan back on.craig clunies-ross / malibu resident: we thought we were ready. we thought we had the right stuff. we hosed everything down. but, when it came over this ridge right here behind us it was 100 foot wall of flames.three major california wildfires have forced more than a quarter of a million people from their homes across the state.in southern california -- the woolsey and hill fires have burned almost 90,000 acres. and officials say strong winds are expected today, which could make an already dangerous fire situation even worsechief scott jalbert / calfire: these winds will be as severe if not more severe than we saw in the last few days.and in northern california, the camp fire has become the most destructive and one of the deadliest in the state's modern history,
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killing more than 20 people as it's burned across more than 100,000 acresofficials warn residents in both northern and southern california, stay alert and be prepared to evacuatemark lorenzen / ventura county fire chief: listen for evacuations and please don't let your guard down. the need for evacuations is still present. but for those who have lost their homes, a determination to move forward.craig clunies- ross / malibu resident: you gotta be strong, you know. we rebuild, this is where we live. and the death toll for the camp fire in northern california, now at 23, tens of thousands still under evacuation orders and authorities just telling the public to remain vigilant. reporting in malibu california, i'm camila bernal. (michelle) (michelle)and we are keeping you up to date on these wildfires through push alerts. download our kron4 app for everything you need to
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firefighters are still busy battling the camp fire... what investigators believe caused the fire to start. and we are taking a look at the devastation in paradise following the camp fire. you work hard for every dollar.
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francisco department of emergency services is urging residents to reduce outdoor exposure by closing windows and doors. that's because unhealthy air quality is expected to persist through tomorrow. here's phileppe djegal with some precautions you can take. (phlippe) masks in smoke are helpful and better than nothing... but they don't garauntee complete protection. misako hill/asthmatic- "i might have to leave because my throat is already scratchy." stuck indoors for the past few days... misako (me- sock-oh) hill needed a little time outside in oakland after battling a case of cabin fever. misakao hill/asthmatic- "i have a history of asthma, so it's critical, um, you know the particulates already irritate my eyes, and so any
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sort of protection -- i need to make sure i take that precaution." and, of course, the best way to limit your exposure to this toxic air is to simply stay inside. angel sweet/dog walker- "we're just going to do a quick little walk and um call it a day." children's fairyland remained closed saturday due to the poor air quality. visibility on roadways and from this typically picturesque rest stop in pleasant hill extremely low. walter wallace/baaqmd- "right now we are in the red for pretty much the entire bay area. um, the meteorologists tell me, that we are expecting, if models continue to stay the same, we are expecting to see some improvement over the next day or two." walter wallace speaks for the bay area air quality management district. he says the air quality is unleahlthy -- especially for those with pre-existing respiratory problems. strong wind in the fire zone may cause more destruction... but wallace says wind would help clear the air in the bay area.walter wallace/baaqmd- "if it stay stagnant, and an inversion layer sits, then what happens is the smoke will actually settle down at our levels where we breathe and then there will be poor air quality for all of us. so, we're hoping for some clean air to kind of push in and hopefully make the whole situation beeter for everyone." misako hill/asthmatic- "it's unfortunate. i mean, the reason why is because of all the fires and you know, i just
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feel for all those families that are, you know, lost their property." the bay area air quality management district has also issued a spare the air day alert. wood burning is illegal. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( dave )
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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.
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"omg this is our town.. omg get me out of here kevin!" this is video from a family who escaped the camp fire. the nattressfamily.. shared this video of them driving through the flames... barely escaping the fire... you can hear in their voices on the video.. and they admit.. they were so scared as they drove out. it was frightening to see everything around them burning. and people, their neighbors, running for their lives. "my windows were scalding hot even though the ac was running my windows were so hot you could not touch them peoples tires were catching on fire people walking babies down in the middle of the smoke there was no room in the car for them it was horrible it was like literally going through hell."nats oh no!!!! somebody's propane tank just blew up!!" the family says they believe their home burned based on what they saw as they left paradise. they are staying with friends as they figure out what to do next. all they have is their car, their dog, cell phones, and
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each other. questions remain this morning on what sparked the deadly camp fire in butte county. as macy jenkins reports, some eyes are pointing toward p-g-and e. audio:"we have eyes on the vegetation fire. it's going to be very difficult to access camp creek road. it's near inaccessible."six-43 on thursday morning, butte county firefighters called dispatch after seeing flames across the feather river from poe dam. audio:"it is on the west side of the river, underneath the transmission lines. probably about 35 miles per hour, sustained wind on it."c-b-s 13 obtained this report from p- g-and-e, describing an incident at six-15 a-m, 28 minutes before that call from firefighters.it says ... graphic:"pg&e experienced an outage on the caribou- palermo...transmission line in butte county."and cal-fire records show the camp fire started at six-33 a-m, just 18 minutes later.sheriff kory honea:"this was a devastating fire. and if you've been up in this area, you absolutely know that, you know how quickly it came through the paradise area."thursday's report also says, p-g-and-e noticed a tower on that caribou-palermo power line was damaged,just one mile northeast of pulga, the exact origin of the camp fire.
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that was macy jenkins reporting.a p-g-and-e spokesperson responded to the allegations saying quote... "the cause of the fire has not been determined. pg&e is working with first responders on the fire lines to turn off power as they would during any wildfire emergency." still ahead on kron 4 morning news..a member of the san francisco 49ers shares his thoughts after losing his home in the deadly camp fire. that's next in sports. (ácommercialá) you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
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having an impact on the sports world. we've learned that shane wallen, who you see here and who is an assistant strength coach on the san francisco 49ers lost his childhood home that his father had been living in. this is what the location looked like on saturday. on twitter shane wrote, the camp fire has taken our homes, businesses, our livelihood but we still have each other. he says that this was the house that he grew up in and the house that was home to my amazing father and wonderful step mother for the last 20 years. i will be stronger because of this. i will stop at nothing to help the paradice community that has suffered the wrath of his unexpected tragedy. wallen started a gofund me page that was pushed by players on the 49ers. so far more than 12- thousand dollars has been raised for the wallen family.the golden state warriors were in action saturday night. they were without stephen curry who strained his left groin. an mri was done and kerr says it looked good. doesn't appear to be a bad strain. unclear
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if he will be back in action on monday. as for tonight. warriors hosting the brooklyn nets. you see quinn cook and kevin durant. cook getting lots of time with curry out. first quarter cook pushing it ahead to klay thompson. beautiful pass and nice finish. then durant with the pass, doesn't even have to dribble. for three. yes. then durant again this time running the offense...goes off a pick left side. how bout a little fade away. that's two points right there. close game early on. quinn cook boy he started red hot. for three. that is in the basket. fans are loving it. then how bout some klay thompson action. of the screen. mid range jumper and that's in. quinn cook came up big in this game. he had 27 points. durant would score 28 and klay had 24. warriors go on to win 116 to 100. again we don't know when curry will be back. should get an update sunday but kerr said the injury doesn't look like a very bad strain. the 49ers don't play until monday night this week but the raiders will be in action sunday in oakland. they host the los angeles chargers.the chargers are one of the hottest teams in the nfl at 6-2. raiders one of the worst teams in the league. the raiders need to stop philip rivers. he is on a tear and has thrown 19 touchdowns and just three interceptions. raiders need
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to put some pressure on rivers...something they have struggled to do all season long. the raiders also need to protect derek carr who was sacked 7 times last week against the 49ers. the offensive line was non- exsistent at that time. carr has been sacked 24 times on the season. vegas has the chargers by 11 in this game but you never know. you'd like to think that a desperate team like the raiders could pull something off. i just don't think a lot of people beleive that will happen. as we head as we head to as we head as we head to as we head as we head to break..here's a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. more news and weather are straightahead. (ácomm
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this morning... the death toll in the camp fire has risen to 23 people, following the discovery of 14 additional bodies on saturday. 109- thousand arces have been burned.... and the fire is now 25-percent contained. kron 4s sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for.
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the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen.your screen.are listed on those areas bloomer hill.house and mountain brush creek, berry creek, communities of the issued for.also been orders have evacuation orders have also been issued for. the berry creek, brush creek, house and bloomer hill.are listed on your screen. (michelle) thanks sara. (michelle) your screen.
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(michelle)thanks sara.
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(michelle) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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we continue our wildfire coverage this morning with a look at the fires burning in southern california. at least two people have died in ventura county. the woolsey fire is burning there and also in los angeles county.... that fire has burned 83-thousand acres.
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the 'hill fire' also burning in ventura county has destroyed about 170 homes... thousands of people are under evacuation orders. here's kron4's gayle ong with the latest. since thursday..this has been the scene in southern californiathe woolsey and hill fires ravaging ventura county. as firefighters struggle to contain the flames. --sot-- mark lorenzen/ ventura county fire chief: "mother nature has given us a short reprieve. the winds are not blowing, but we know tomorrow, mother nature's going to turn her fan back on, and the winds are going to start blowing. the fast moving fire has forced thousands of people to evacuate including the entire city of malibu. --sot--"you just think about the things that mean the most and that are the most valuable, something that could help you out along the road if you need help from someone else or you know, grab and go and just fit as much as you can in there."a desperate escape through the flames.so intense,firefighters are focusing on saving lives, rather than homes.more than a hundred homes destroyed, thousands of structures
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threatened..the aftermath - charred cars, a burnt yard and downed power lines are what's left in this malibu neighborhood.low humidity and high winds have been fueling the fires -- prompting a massive regional responsescott jalbertcal fire --sot--"this morning we know that we have 153 engines from surrounding states coming in to us to help us on these fires.">saturday president donald trump tweeted about the wildfires threathening to withhold federal payments to the ste, claiming its forest management is so poorcal fire's response: gayle ong kron 4 news coming up on kron 4 morning news...we'll take a look at the damage in paradise..one of the places hit hard by the camp fire.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] cal fire is combing through the destruction in paradise. here's kron 4's ashley
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zavala with a look at the damage. drive through paradise and it will look like anything but.. ((mike mohler- calfire) we still have an active fire scene..right now fire fighters are patrolling, really just working with the public to make sure everyone got out safely." saturday morning calfire crews surveyed the town's hospital... the emergency room area appears untouched, with equipment still in tact...clinics on the rear of the campus...crumbled ((nats))stranded cars line the roadways, including this scalded ambulance, its doors flung open. simple signs of life here are now a complicated mess. ((az standup)) "every single story in this shopping center is leveled including this safeyway right behind me where this weekend people would normally be coming to grab their groceries and necessities but instead, this building, a pile of rubble." more damage through downtown.. with fast food restaurants flattened. ((nats))in residential areas... animal rescue crews respond... treating two horses and taking them to shelter..((nats))vets refusing to leave behind a badly burnt duck. calfire says
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all this destruction stresses the importance of evacuations.. cal fire "any community, if you're impacted by the smoke, what we've seen in ca over the past decade... you should be concerned and you need to be ready if you're asked to evacuate, do so early so please it's really situational awareness for the public." paradise now the town where the state's most destructive fire burned. reporting in butte county, ashley zavala, kron as we head to break, here's a live look outside at the san francisco international airport. more news and weather are straight ahead. ♪ does santa claus himself, need the most trusted battery this holiday season? maybe not. maybe he could trust any batteries will do.
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district...lisa fasano... on the phone to give us the latest on air quality conditions. .
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(michelle)want to give you the latest numbers on the camp fire this morining. right now the fire burning in butte county has scorched 109-thousand acres and is just 25 percent contained. 23-people have died.... and over 100 people remain missing. over 6-thousand homes are also destroyed. officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour today, making per hour today, making it difficult for today, making per hour 30 to 40 miles gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour today, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze. (michelle)in addition to that... air quality around the bay area is poor as you just heard... this is a look at our sutro cam.... where we see hazy skies. (michelle) (michelle) dave spahr is
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here with your weather forecast. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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evacuaees from the camp fire are showing up at shelters and fairgrounds. kron 4's terisa estacio spoke with one woman who says she fears everything is gone. i am here at the butte county fairgrounds where some evacuvees have parked their rv after fleeing from the camp fire... one woman who just dropped off her horse talked to me about the horrific race to run from the flames. karpathia herzbrun, evacuee. i brought in a horse, edelwiss, goat, chicken rabbit. i am a nervous wreck, been up all night long. i caught up with karpathia hersbrun.. as she was checking on her horse... she shared with me what it was like to flee her cherished home... karpathia herzburn, evacuee. i have been told that my home is gone, but i am fighting that until i know for sure. we left, we were on the ridge, flames everywhere, i thought we were done for. she
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says at first, when forced to evacuate.. she didn't have a horse trailer and had to say good bye to her beloved animal. karpathia. i was crying, i thought it was the last thing. but she says at the last moment her prayers were answered, a neighbor who had planned to sleep in his horse trailer appeared and they were able to hook up the trailer and save edelwiss... now they are all safe, but must wait to find out about their home. in butte county, terisa estacio
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coming up on kron 4 morning news...a south bay university's weather lab returns from the front lines of the camp wildfire... to analyze the fire behavior. how it could help firefighters.
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firefighters weren't the only ones who dropped everything and headed for butte county when the camp fire broke out wednesday night. as kron 4's rob fladeboe reports... so did the fire weather research lab from san jose state university. nats (research vehicle arrives back at campus)arriving back on campus today, san jose state'sfre weather lab crew spent the last 24 hours on the front lines of the camp fire in butte county. it's leader
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is meteorology professor craig clements.craig clements/san jose state university "....this deployment for us was about understanding how strong wind events in the sierra nevada can cause large fires...."clements and students jackson yip and matthew brewercaptured and posted video and still images of the fire and used doppler radar to measure wind velocities and other fire behavior.craig clements "...we were able to measure some really unique wind profiles and see how the wind changed to vertical and with the onset of the northeast winds that come off the sierra that have a very low level jet that's really strong, 40 mph just above the surface...."the crew shared several shots of the huge smoke plumes they encountered along the way noting the unusually high rate of spread of the fire downwind, destroying everything in it's path.craig clements "....that area is a complex area of terrain and vegetation, you have lots of grass fuels and shrubs and grey pines that kind of explode, we saw flame lengths of over 100 feet right next to the road...."the data collected may help firefighters better understand fire weather behavior and help develop strategies to fight wildfires.sot jackson yip/stdentsot matthew brewer/studentin sanjose rob
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(áámichelleáá)breaking news this morning... the death toll in the camp fire has risen to 23 people, following the discovery of 14 additional bodies on saturday. 109- thousand arces have been burned.... and the fire is now 25-percent contained. kron 4s sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for. the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen.
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(michelle) thanks sara. thanks sara. (michelle) (michelle) (michelle)(michelle) here
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is a live look at the embarcadero. (dave) very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. persistent high pressure over the eastern pacific will maintain dry weather conditions across our region through the forecast period. smoke from the camp fire
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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. valleys. in the interior valleys. (michelle)in southern californa... the woosley fire has claimed the lives of two people... and has destroyed 177-homes. thousands have evacuated. reporter camila bernal has the lastest from malibu. i'm standing in an oceanfront
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neighborhood in malibu. these are multi-million dollar homes and this is what's left. it is total destruction and the bad news continue, the winds are expected to pick up today and in the words of the ventura county fire chief, mother nature is simply turning her fan back on.craig clunies-ross / malibu resident: we thought we were ready. we thought we had the right stuff. we hosed everything down. but, when it came over this ridge right here behind us it was 100 foot wall of flames.three major california wildfires have forced more than a quarter of a million people from their homes across the state.in southern california -- the woolsey and hill fires have burned almost 90,000 acres. and officials say strong winds are expected today, which could make an already dangerous fire situation even worsechief scott jalbert / calfire: these winds will be as severe if not more severe than we saw in the last few days.and in northern california, the camp fire has become the most destructive and one of the deadliest in the state's modern history, killing more than 20 people as it's burned across more than 100,000 acresofficials warn both northern and southern california, stay alert and be prepared to evacuatemark lorenzen / ventura county fire chief: listen for evacuations and please don't let your guard down. the need for evacuations is still present. but for those who have lost their homes, a determination to move forward.ross / malibu
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resident: you gotta be strong, you know. we where we live. and the death toll for the camp fire in northern california, of thousands still under evacuation orders and authorities just telling the public to remain vigilant. reporting in malibu california, i'm camila bernal. camila bernal.california, i'm malibu california, i'm camila bernal. firefighters firefighters are still busy battling the camp fire... what
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francisco department of emergency services is urging residents to reduce outdoor exposure by closing windows and doors. that's because unhealthy air quality is expected to persist through tomorrow. here's phileppe djegal with some precautions you can take. (phlippe) masks in smoke are helpful and better than nothing... but they don't garauntee complete protection. misako hill/asthmatic- "i might have to leave because my throat is already scratchy." stuck indoors for the past few days... misako (me- sock-oh) hill needed a little time outside in oakland after battling a case of cabin fever. misakao hill/asthmatic- "i
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have a history of asthma, so it's critical, um, you know the particulates already irritate my eyes, and so any sort of protection -- i need to make sure i take that precaution." and, of course, the best way to limit your exposure to this toxic air is to simply stay inside. angel sweet/dog walker- "we're just going to do a quick little walk and um call it a day." children's fairyland remained closed saturday due to the poor air quality. visibility on roadways and from this typically picturesque rest stop in pleasant hill extremely low. walter wallace/baaqmd- "right now we are in the red for pretty much the entire bay area. um, the meteorologists tell me, that we are expecting, if models continue to stay the same, we are expecting to see some improvement over the next day or two." walter wallace speaks for the bay area air quality management district. he says the air quality is unleahlthy -- especially for those with pre-existing respiratory problems. strong wind in the fire zone may cause more destruction... but wallace says wind would help clear the air in the bay area.walter wallace/baaqmd- "if it stay stagnant, and an inversion layer sits, then what happens is the smoke will actually settle down at our
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levels where we breathe and then there will be poor air quality for all of us. so, we're hoping for some clean air to kind of push in and hopefully make the whole situation beeter for everyone." misako hill/asthmatic- "it's unfortunate. i mean, the reason why is because of all the fires and you know, i just feel for all those families that are, you know, lost their property." the bay area air quality management district has also issued a spare the air day alert. wood burning is illegal. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( dave ) (ácommercialá)
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and all thro' the house. 'twas the night before christmas, 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. ...to find your new fall look at an "oh, yeah" price. check this out. that's yes for less. from the latest trends to your favori brands, it feels even better when you find them for less. at ross. yes for less. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather.
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(dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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get me out of here kevin!" this is video from a family who escaped the camp fire. the nattress family.. shared this video of them driving through the flames... barely escaping the fire... you can hear in their voices on the video.. and they admit.. they were so scared as they drove out. it was frightening to see everything around them burning. and people, their neighbors, running for their lives. "my windows were scalding hot even though the ac was running my windows were so hot you could not touch them peoples tires were catching on fire people walking babies down in the middle of the smoke there was no room in the car for them it was horrible it was like literally going through hell."nats oh no!!!! somebody's propane tank just blew up!!" the family says they
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believe their home burned based on what they saw as they left paradise. they are staying with friends as they figure out what to do next. all they have is their car, their dog, cell phones, and each questions remain this morning on what sparked the deadly camp fire in butte county. as macy jenkins reports, some eyes are pointing toward p-g-and e. audio:"we have eyes on the vegetation fire. it's going to be very difficult to access camp creek road. it's near inaccessible."six-43 on thursday morning, butte county firefighters called dispatch after seeing flames across the feather river from poe dam. audio:"it is on the west side of the river, underneath the transmission lines. probably about 35 miles per hour, sustained wind on it."c-b-s 13 obtained this report from p- g-and-e, describing an incident at six-15 a-m, 28 minutes before that call from firefighters.it says ... graphic:"pg&e experienced an outage on the caribou- palermo...transmission line in butte county."and cal-fire records show the camp fire started at six-33 a-m, just 18
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minutes later.sheriff kory honea:"this was a devastating fire. and if you've been up in this area, you absolutely know that, you know how quickly it came through the paradise area."thursday's report also says, p-g-and-e noticed a tower on that caribou-palermo power line was damaged,just one mile northeast of pulga, the exact origin of the camp fire. that was macy jenkins reporting.a p-g-and-e spokesperson responded to the allegations saying quote... "the cause of the fire has not been determined. pg&e is working with first responders on the fire lines to turn off power as they would during any wildfire emergency." the san francisco fire department is trying to determine what caused six fires that broke out in golden gate park within 24 hours. this is video of san francisco firefighters working to put out the fires friday. the fires have been isolated to
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various areas of the park and are considered "suspicious." the fire department says the fires were in the polo fields and casting ponds. some people at the park saturday say they were frustrated after hearing about the fires. still ahead on kron 4 morning news..a member of the san francisco 49ers shares his thoughts after losing his home in the deadly camp fire. that's next in sports. sfx: tinny headphone music
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wonderful step mother for the last 20 years. i will be stronger because of this i will stop at nothing to help the paradice community that has suffered the wrath of his unexpected tragedy. wallen started a gofund me page that was pushed by players on the 49ers. so far more than 12- thousand dollars has been raised for the wallen family.the golden state warriors were in action saturday night. they were without stephen curry who strained his left groin. an mri was done and kerr says it looked good. doesn't appear to be a bad strain. unclear if he will be back in action on monday. as for tonight. warriors hosting the brooklyn nets. you see quinn cook and kevin durant. cook getting lots of time with curry out. first quarter cook pushing it ahead to klay thompson. beautiful pass and nice finish. then durant with the pass, doesn't even have to dribble. for three. yes. then durant again this time running the offense...goes off a pick left side. how bout a little fade away. that's two points right there. close game early on. quinn cook boy he started red hot. for three. that is in the basket. fans are loving it. then how bout some klay thompson action. of the screen. mid range jumper and that's in. quinn cook came up big in this game. he had 27 points. durant would score 28 and klay had 24. warriors go on to win 116 to 100. again we don't know when curry will be back. should get an update sunday but kerr said the injury doesn't look like a very bad strain. the 49ers don't play until monday night this week
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but the raiders will be in action sunday in oakland. they host the los angeles chargers.the chargers are one of the hottest teams in the nfl at 6- hottest teams are one of the hottest teams are one of the the chargers chargers.angeles host the los oakland. they sunday in in action raiders will be but the night this week until monday don't play the 49ers strain. the 49ers strain. the 49ers strain. the 49ers don't play until monday night this week but the raiders will be in action sunday in oakland. they host the los angeles chargers.the chargers are one of the hottest teams in the nfl at 6-2. raiders one of the worst teams in the league. the raiders need to
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stop philip rivers. he is on a tear and has thrown 19 touchdowns and just three terceptions. raiders need to put some pressure on rivers...something they have struggled to do all season long. the raiders also need to protect derek carr who was sacked 7 times last week against the 49ers. the offensive line was non- exsistent at that time. carr has been sacked 24 times on the season. vegas has the chargers by 11 in this game but you never know. you'd like to think that a desperate team like the raiders could pull something off. i just don't think a lot of people beleive that will happen. as we head to break..here's a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. more news and weather are straight ahead. (áámichelleáá)breaking news
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this morning... the death toll in the camp fire has risen to 23 people, following the discovery of 14 additional bodies on saturday. 109- thousand arces have been burned.... and the fire is now
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25-percent contained. kron 4s sara stinson joins us now live with the latest details. the camp fire has now swelled to 105-thousand acres and is just 20 percent contained.officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour sunday, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze.new evacuations are in place as the camp fire spreads. cal fire says evacuation orders have also been issued for. the communities of berry creek, brush creek, mountain house and bloomer hill. those areas are listed on your screen. (michelle) (michelle) (michelle) (michelle) (michelle) your screen. are listed on your screen.
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(michelle) here's a live look at the bay bridge. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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
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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. live look outside... san mateo bridge. (ácommercialá) a procession is happening
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today in napa for one of the victims in the southern california mass shooting. napa police say the community is invited to line alaina housley's path while she is being escorted to the tulocay cemetary. housley was a freshman at pepperdine university in malibu. but earlier this year ...she graduated from vintage high school in napa. the procession starts at 3:30 as we head to break, here's a live look outside at the san francisco international airport. more news and weather are
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straight ahead.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. (michelle)want to give you the
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latest numbers on the camp fire this morining. right now the fire burning in butte county has scorched 109-thousand acres and is just 25 percent contained. 23-people have died.... and over 100 people remain missing. over 6-thousand homes are also destroyed. officials say winds could gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour today, making it difficult for firefighters to control the blaze. (michelle)in addition to that air quality around the bay area is poor... this is a look at our sutro cam.... where we see hazy skies. (michelle) dave spahr is
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here with your weather forecast. (dave)very low humidity and gusty offshore winds will result in critical fire weather conditions in the hills of the san francisco bay area through this afternoon. 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.
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fire are showing up at shelters and fairgrounds. kron 4's terisa estacio spoke with one woman who says she fears everything is gone. i am here at the butte county fairgrounds where some evacuvees have parked their rv after fleeing from the camp fire... one woman who just dropped off her horse talked to me about the horrific race to run from the flames.
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karpathia herzbrun, evacuee. i brought in a horse, edelwiss, goat, chicken rabbit. i am a nervous wreck, been up all night long. i caught up with karpathia hersbrun.. as she was checking on her horse... she shared with me what it was like to flee her cherished home... karpathia herzburn, evacuee. i have been told that my home is gone, but i am fighting that until i know for sure. we left, we were on the ridge, flames everywhere, i thought we were done for. she says at first, when forced to evacuate.. she didn't have a horse trailer and had to say good bye to her beloved animal. karpathia. i was crying, i thought it was the last thing. but she says at the last moment her prayers were answered, a neighbor who had planned to sleep in his horse trailer appeared and they were able to hook up the trailer and save edelwiss... now they are all safe, but must wait to find out about their home. in butte county, terisa estacio
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we continue our wildfire coverage this morning with a look at the fires burning in southern california. at least two people have died in ventura county. the woolsey fire is burning there and also in los angeles county.... that fire has burned 83-thousand acres. the 'hill fire' also burning in ventura county has destroyed about 170 homes... thousands of people are under evacuation orders. here's
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kron4's gayle ong with the latest. since thursday..this has been the scene in southern californiathe woolsey and hill fires ravaging ventura county. as firefighters struggle to contain the flames. --sot-- mark lorenzen/ ventura county fire chief: "mother nature has given us a short reprieve. the winds are not blowing, but we know tomorrow, mother nature's going to turn her fan back on, and the winds are going to start blowing. the fast moving fire has forced thousands of people to evacuate including the entire city of malibu. --sot--"you just think about the things that mean the most and that are the most valuable, something that could help you out along the road if you need help from someone else or you know, grab and go and just fit as much as you can in there."a desperate escape through the flames.so intense,firefighters are focusing on saving lives, rather than homes.more than a hundred homes destroyed, thousands of structures threatened..the aftermath - charred cars, a burnt yard and downed power lines are what's left in this malibu neighborhood.low humidity and high winds have been fueling the fires -- prompting a
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massive regional responsescott jalbertcal fire --sot--"this morning we know that we have 153 engines from surrounding states coming in to us to help us on these fires.">saturday president donald trump tweeted about the wildfires threathening to withhold federal payments to the state, claiming its forest management is so poorcal fire's response: gayle ong kron 4 news coming up on coming up on kron 4 morning news...a south bay university's weather lab returns from the front lines of the camp wildfire... to analyze the fire behavior. how it could help firefighters.
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(michelle)firefighters weren't the only ones who dropped everything and headed for butte county when the camp fire broke out wednesday night. as kron 4's rob fladeboe reports... so did the fire weather research lab from san
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jose state university. nats (research vehicle arrives back at campus)arriving back on campus today, san jose state'sfre weather lab crew spent the last 24 hours on the front lines of the camp fire in butte county. it's leader is meteorology professor craig clements.craig clements/san jose state university "....this deployment for us was about understanding how strong wind events in the sierra nevada can cause large fires...."clements and students jackson yip and matthew brewercaptured and posted video and still images of the fire and used doppler radar to measure wind velocities and other fire behaor.craig clements "...we were able to measure some really unique wind profiles and see how the wind changed to vertical and with the onset of the northeast winds that come off the sierra that have a very low level jet that's really strong, 40 mph just above the surface...."the crew shared several shots of the huge smoke plumes they encountered along the way noting the unusually high rate of spread of the fire
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downwind, destroying everything in it's path.craig clements "....that area is a complex area of terrain and vegetation, you have lots of grass fuels and shrubs and grey pines that kind of explode, we saw flame lengths of over 100 feet right next to the road...."the data collected may help firefighters better understand fire weather behavior and help develop strategies to fight wildfires.sot jackson yip/stdentsot matthew brewer/studentin sanjose rob fladeboe kron4news adlib seven day. adlib seven kron4news kron4newsfladeboe in sanjose rob brewer/studentin sanjose rob fladeboe kron4news and don't forget - the american red cross has an option on its website for residents to register as "safe and well" ... and post a message that describes their
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status. for example.. you can say where your evacuation location is .. and whether you are able to make phone calls. the website is - safe- and- well-dot-org. on the page... people can also search for those who have registered themselves. we have a link to this... on our website at kron-4-dot-com. adlib seven day. adlib seven adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm michelle kingston. from all of us thanks for from all of us thanks for
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