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170 passengers were aboard the plane. you can see everyone going down the slides. there were minor injuries. >> some very scary homes for people on board. of course, people on the ground watching this, all of this happening at one of the world's busiest airports, chicago o'hare. you may have flown through here. one of the busiest airports. i will zoom you in here to runway 10l28r. it's one of the newer runners that they put in. o'hare expansion of runways. it's a major hub. as you can see the jet liner got halfway down the jetliner after aborting takeoff. the thick black plume of smoke can be seen for miles. you can see the damaged plane. the damage was on the right side. people were escaping out chutes on the left side. and this flight as we now know 383, was heading for miami. pilots reported an engine issue
explosion, possibly one of the plane's tires blowing and then saw the fire on the right wing of the boeing 767. billowing black smoke could be seen rising above the runway. emergency vehicles raced to the scene. chicago as you know had a horrific crash in 1979 involving an l-1011, people were certainly having flash backs of that terrible day. nothing that dire today. fortunately. passengers came down the emergency slides, buss were sent in to pick up and take them back to the terminal. passengers were then put on another flight to miami. first it was a clunk. after the clunk the explosion. and then the plane stopped real fast and we all just exiting. flight attendants were directing traffic and just unbelievable what they did. >> seven passengers and one crew member were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the ntsb as always in an incident like this they are
and that will take months. and look at this in florida similar situation. fort lauderdale/hollywood international airport shut down after a fed ex plane catches fire on the runway. the faa says the plane's mainlanding gear collapsed and caught fire and the plane rolled off the runway. arrived from memphis. the local sheriff's department says only two people were onboard and no one was hurt. >> happening right now. a changing of the guard underway within the phoenix police depart retiring at a special ceremony this afternoon. >> and the swearing in ceremony underway for the new police chief, jerry williams. fox 10's danielle miller is live at the phoenix convention center. >> as you mentioned the ceremony going on right now as we speak. prior to the ceremony, chief joseph yahner was joined by dozens of family members and co-workers to wish him well and congratulate him on his wonderful career that we are
he totally just joined this police department together. and we are also showed you guys here that he received several awards from many different departments from around the valley. from maricopa county sheriff's department, the mesa police department and even the city of phoenix. take here a live look inside the ceremony going on. we are told there is nearly 600 people here taking part in this and we are going to tell you a little bit more about our new phoenix police chief, jerry williams. now she was the former chief of police at oxnard, but before that she was a long time officer with phoenix police department. i believe more than 20 years. so definitely has some experience there. she will be the first female chief of police here in phoenix. the second african-american to hold that position. now previously when she is overseeing this department here, the phoenix police department is ten times larger than the oxnard police department. there is 4,000 employees with the phoenix police department
underway, we interviewed chief joseph yahner about his feelings about the police department moving forward. >> i think jerry williams is a lot like me. i think she will lead the department similar how i have and she will do a great job. >> and after the ceremony wraps up, we will be speaking with the new phoenix police chief to get her take on what she sees for the future of the department in terms of chief joseph yahner, we asked him, do you have plans for your fut retirement? going to the beach? he says as of now, no permanent plans set in place but he is excited to wake up on monday morning with nowhere to go. reporting live, danielle miller, "fox 10 news." sometimes no plan is a good plan. a scottsdale family and police asking for help trying to catch a driver who hit a middle school teach and then took off a year ago this week marine brown was hit crossing 124th street at saguaro drive. the eighth grade teacher at
to a halloween event at a nearby church when she was hit. she was left with serious injuries and has more than two dozen surgeries. has had them already. the driver who hit her took off and all police have is that car was a four-door black sedan. they are asking anyone who can help to come forward. >> every step that she sakes is painful -- takes is painful for her. her life is now revolving around doctors and physical therapists. her. her whole life is changed because somebody left her on the side of the road to die. >> $20,000 reward for information leading to the case. if you can help, call silent witness. shocking video shows a car speeding through a crowd at a halloween festival on the san carlos apache reservation in eastern arizona. more than two dozen children
contest last night when the car drove through the crowd. >> after the crowd separated and we seen the silver vehicle coming straight to us, just in time i pulled my brother-in-law out of the way and i pushed my niece and nephew out of the way and the car barely missed us. >> miraculously, no one was hit or seriously hurt. police caught the driver a mile away and she is facing a number of charges including just in, joe arpaio pleads not guilty in his criminal contempt of court case the u.s. justice department prosecuting arpaio slapping him with crim in the charges after he was found in civil contempt of court over the summer. these charges stem from the immigration patrols that arpaio was ordered to stop but did not. with only 11 days until the election a major blow to hillary clinton's campaign. the fbi investigating new e-mails connected to the use of a private server.
criminal investigation back in july but are now reinvestigating maybe r-opening to see if any of these new e-mails contain classified information. the e-mails came to light because of an fbi investigation into former congressman anthony weiner's underage sexting controversy. weiner is the estranged husband of huma abedin. one of the aides was married to him and clinton did not comment on the investigation but her campaign is asking release more details. donald trump hoping the revelations will show -- will slow the momentum of her campaign. >> i have great respect for the fbi for writer right -- writing this wrong. the american -- righting this wrong. the american people understand her corruption and we hope all, all justice will finally be served. >> hillary clinton now holding a news conference and i'm not sure
>> yeah. they had been radio silent on this throughout really most of the day. >> one of the things she said and we apologize for getting to that conference late and we will turn some sound. she learned of this new investigation along with the media. that's one of the things she said. and she wants the fbi to release all new e-mails. she says she is confident the conclusion the fbi reached in july will not change. she is now -- she was taking questions from reporters but we unfortunately got to this too john podesta, her closest aide said today that he wants the fbi to come clean with everything they've got. get it on the table before the election we will see what happens in the next few days. by the way, hillary clinton will be making a stop in arizona next week. she will be in phoenix on wednesday. november 2 for an early vote rally this is proof positive that arizona is a battle ground state. the polls here have been neck and neck between trump and clinton.
tells you that they believe arizona is in play. the campaign is not yet released a location for that event on wednesday. but the website shows a 2:00 p.m. start time. you can reserve reservations at that event at hillary clinton.com. donald trump is heading back to phoenix tomorrow. it will be his seventh campaign stop in arizona. the rally will take place tomorrow afternoon at the phoenix convention center. the event is underway at 3:30 p.m. and doors open at 12:30 and get tickets at that earlier in the day. fox 10's nicole garcia tells us what happened next. >> it's probably a good thing they did not discuss politics during this ordeal.
that the son of the republican help and put some muscle to get her stalled car to safety. but turns out she is voting democrat and has some strong opinions about his father. >> i was angry as hell because it's hot. >> teresa haste was having a bad day -- hayes. phoenix was in the midst of record breaking october heat. her car overheated and died on the freeway. her sister was with her and started to help. >> so she gets out and starts a sudden the car starts moving faster teresa looks back and sees a group of men in suits pushing her car. they guide her car to a safe spot on the side of the road and one man approaches the driver's side. >> he tells me he is like, do you know who just pushed your car? and, no. he is like donald trump, jr., and i'm like -- the up. and he is like, yeah, seriously and i look back and i see him and he is like, nice to meet you
way out of town when he and his entourage noticed that the women needed help. >> he is nothing like his dad. i truthly don't think that donald trump would ever get out of his car to help some random person ever. i really don't. i really truthly don't. and his son did. i guess they raised him right. >> she is grateful, she says the experience is not going to change her mind about donald trump the presidential candidate. >> i would vote for his son because i mean that kindness. but donald trump, no. he does not get my vote. >> still hillary all the way. >> reporting in phoenix, nicole garcia, "fox 10 news." still ahead tonight at 4:00, we are on early because of the world series. game three. musical instruments used to teach kids about water and fire safety stolen. some of them irreplaceable item cches you help police track them
he's known to thousands of arizona kids - as the he's known to thousands he is known as the singing fireman and for the past 25 years retired firefighter bill scott has used music to help teach kids about water and fire safety. >> but tonight he needs the community's help. hess equipment was stolen over the weekend and the thieves made off with some irreplaceable items. >> teaching fire and water safety through music has been bill scott's passion for the past 25 years ever since he took a guitar to his daughter's classroom. >> my dad taught me music and when i was a child. so i took a guitar and i played the -- i made up some songs and went back to the firehouse and my chief goes up and says, who is singing fireman? i think it's me. and he goes, well, they want you
school. >> there have been thousands of performances and countless lives touched ever since. >> the kids that are now adults now makes me feel proud that they remember. they remember me. they stop me down the street. >> on saturday night the trailer bill uses to haul his equipment was broken into near 51 avenue and maryland. >> i opened the back doors and everything was missing. there is a speaker missing and a speaker missing here and a dolly missing and a p.a. head missing there my trumpet. me. >> the trumpet was handed down to bill by his father a volunteer firefighter who also played in the arizona national guard. >> just gave me an upset stomach and even now i'm still upset. >> an item that no amount of money can replace. >> the stolen equipment is worth between $10,000 and $15,000. glendale police are now investigating and his daughter, they set up a gofundme page to replace some of the items and we
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largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." and "the daily star" said, "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics. tom o'halleran -- a leader we can trust. we will be going live to chicago in just a little bit here. here you go. 5% chance of rain, 62 degrees is what we will be looking at. for tomorrow night chances of rain go up a little bit to 15%. temperatures stays about the same. going to see some clouds around but that will keep the temp up a little bit. these are the current temperatures across phoenix it was a warm day today. not quite like yesterday but not
for the long range. we stay with the 90s a couple of days right through the weekend and then on monday which is halloween of course we go to the mid-80s which is good bringing that temperature down a little bit. you can see those nightly lows get into the mid-60s and that is not a bad thing. of course we will have a full weather report for you right after the game and we will be back in just a few minutes. watch your kids around water. z25kmz zvpz
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he's lucky to be alive to see the a valley man says he's valley man says he is lucky to be alive to see the world series. he was given a few months to live after a cancer diagnosis. >> now he is cancer-free and able to cheer on his favorite team. marcy jones has the story. >> i looked up and said i can't leave my life. you can't take me. >> 15 years ago steve english was diagnosed with colon cancer
months to live. his oldest daughter britney says the news was devastating. >> my dad is such an optimistic person. always smiling, the light of the party. and to have to tell him that he is going to pass away in six months, scary, horrible. >> but steve had made a pact with god. he wasn't going to go before the cubs won a world series. a cubs fan since birth, steve says it's that eternal hope that kept him alive. >> everybody knows losers and on the other hand every year i would tell my friends this is it. they will win this year. i guaranteed going to win. and i get disappointed. >> miraculously for 11 years now steve has had a clean bill of health. and the cubs are still the best medicine. he glows when he talks about them. >> the second baseman baez, he is a stud. that guy is unreal. i can't believe that. >> now steve says the only thing better than getting to be alive
would be to be in the windy city for the big day. >> i would love to be there tonight. i don't know what they would do to chicago if they win. oh, my gosh. >> it's going to be crazy. >> i told my boss i'm not coming in the next day. i don't drink buffer i'm going out for a couple of cocktail. >> marcy jones, "fox 10 news." we check in on the cardinals on the way to charlotte to take on the panthers and an extra weapon with them. we will explain coming up right
great news for the great news for the cardinals. wideout john brown who missed the last game because he has sickle cell and a hurt hamstring is feeling better and should be back in action this sunday. the boys could use him. brown does so much when it comes to stretching that defense. he is so fast and that's why they call him smoky. he will burn you. the cardinals lost t wide receiver named brown. geron brown on the injured reserve list and floyd is banged up. getting smoky back will help the offensive board free agent wide receiver hubert was added to the roster this week. head coach bruce arians sounded happy to have his speedy receiver john smoky brown back in action. >> yeah, john did good. he is knocking on wood, traveling and stuff doesn't affect him. it's been handled a bunch. just each guy individually
the -- what happens with it. talked to a lot of people who have treated a bunch of young guys in college and protocol worked good for them. and away we go. we were minutes away from game three of the world series and the city of chicago business to blow a gasket. people are going nuts. they waited a long time for this. 71 years to be exact. 1945 was the last time we had a world series game. >> this guy wiet here was eight months old and now he is back 1945. is that -- no -- that's a dog. >> it's a billy goat. >> it's going to be -- i can't remember who are the cubs playing? >> the indians, richard. >> and people aren't talking about them. >> what happened if the cubs win if they are going this crazy for the game. >> who do you like in game three? >> cubs -- >> there you go. >> we are minutes away from game three. there you go. live shot of wrigley.