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reopened to traffic. westbound highway 24 is pretty much back to normal right now. let's look at the alert issued 9:00 tonight and westbound traffic was diverted to the third bore which was causing a big traffic backup. here's what we know about the shooting. the highway patrol responded to a shooting at about 7:50. when officers arrived, they found a victim inside a car with a gunshot wound to the head. in spite of that the chp says the victim was conscious. that person was taken to the hospital and at this point there's no word on his or her condition. now a passenger was also inside the vehicle. that person was not hurt. it is still early on in the investigation, but the chp says this was an isolated incident and there's no need for the public to be concerned. as for a suspect, the chp is saying that there suspect vehicle, but they aren't providing more details than that. so far right now no word on any arrests.
>> monte francis, thank you. now to the south bay and a wild scene on low 101 in palo alto this morning, video showing a driver speeding by a crash scene, then plowing into someone involved in an earlier wreck and standing outside the damaged vehicle. one person was killed, five others hospitalized with major injuries. as ktvu's leigh martinez explains, the first accident in the northbound lanes led to two more crashes on the southbound side of the highway. >> reporter: the chaos began at 2 a.m. sunday. a driver got onto northbound 101 driving in the wrong direction. that driver collided head on with an oncoming mercedes. the wrong-way driver's vehicle caught fire and the driver was trapped inside. >> the officers that were on scene did all they could to attempt to extricate or pull that party out of the vehicle. they were unsuccessful. >> reporter: the wrong-way at while ash, traffic slowed on the southbound lanes. a bmw slowed down but was struck from behind by a honda civic carrying the driver and
three passengers. >> i was waiting back there and people going through very normally and going normally, but people looking at this side and waiting one by one. >> reporter: but seconds of first responders rushing to attend to the new victims, a nissan altima speeds through. >> the passenger parties got out of those vehicles and at least one passenger was struck by another vehicle on the roadway and they're in serious condition as well. >> reporter: this afternoon chp said a total of five people were taken to stanford hospital. the passenger struck standing in the highway remains in critical condition. the driver of the nissan altima -- >> he was arrested under the suspicion of dui. >> reporter: chp says these types of accidents are the reasons why they work so hard to get impaired dr of your surroundings and remember your responsibilities
behind the wheel. if you are a crash victim, it's best if you find a safe way to quickly get off of the highway. in redwood city, leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. two bay area men face murder charges for plowing into and killing two pedestrians at the end of a chase with modesto police. 24-year-old rodney caros of san francisco and 22-year-old antonio gazo of daly city were driving a stolen car when officers tried to pull them over yesterday morning. the men took off and started shooting at officers police say. that chase ended when the men crashed the car into a taco truck seating area killing two pedestrians. the men were arrested and are now held without bail. the coastguard came to the rescue in sonoma county where four people on their canoe became stranded on the shore. released video of ue a man and three children were stuck near campbell cove after strong winds prevented them
from paddling to safety. rescuers used a rope to pull everyone safely back into the bay. the coastguard says this is a reminder that weather conditions can change quickly and people should always be prepared for the worst. one person was taken to the hospital after a shooting in vacaville. there were several police cruisers and a fire truck in a neighborhood south of interstate 80 at around 2:50 this afternoon. this was on luck cruise lane near alamo drive. the victim is being treated for nonlife threatening injuries. police say it does not appear related to last night's fatal shooting on interstate 80 near the old nut tree complex. opening statements are expected to begin tomorrow in a wrongful death lawsuit against the san jose police department. the family of anthony nunes is suing the city in federal court. they claim the 18-year-old was shot by officers while he suffered a mental health emergency. his family had called 911 when he fired a gun and injured f in relatives were told to keep the gun away from him.
they say they hid it in the back patio, but officers say he was carrying a gun when they arrived on scene. police say they were forced to shoot and kill him when he pointed the gun at them. an investigation cleared the officers of the shooting. new internal poll numbers are not looking good for president trump as he seeks another term in office. the leaked numbers show a double digit loss to more than one democrat in several key states prompted the president to fire three of his five pollsters. here again is monte francis with what this could mean for the 2020 race. >> reporter: president trump officially kicks off his reelection bid at a rally this week. it appears both he and his campaign want to put behind them internal polling data that was leaked to the media showing him trailing badly to more than one democrat. >> it's definitely bad news to show that you're way behind your potential challenger by such large margins in so many crucial states. >> reporter: the numbers first reported by nbc news and
confirmed by the new york times show trump losing to the current leading democrat joe biden in several key states by double digits. in virginia trump trails biden with 38% to biden's 55%. in maine a similar story, 38% to 53%. in michigan trump has 40% and biden 53% and north carolina trump is behind by eight points, 43 to 51%. in iowa trump has 45% to biden's 52%. ohio was the only close race with biden beating out trump by just one point. the president continues to deny that those numbers are real. >> because we have great internal polling. they were fake polls that were released by somebody that is -- it's ridiculous. no. we are winning in every single state we poll. >> reporter: a senior campaign official confirmed this weekend three of the team's five
pollsters were foyered for leaking numbers. this professor thinks it's a mistake to fire the pollsters because it keeps the story in the news another day. >> it's an example of some of the reporting we've seen over time about the trump administration which is that folks who work for him hide bad news from him because he responds badly. >> reporter: in san francisco, monty monte francis, ktvu fox 2 news. >> here is what senator bernie sanders had to say. >> polls go up and polls go down, but the other part of the poll, if i heard you correctly, is that i am beating president trump fairly decisively which is consistent with all of the s the president's approval rating. 53% say they disapprove while 45% approve. the president did have a win when it came to the economy.
57% say they feel optimistic and 37% feel pessimistic. president trump suggested his supporters might demand he serve more than two terms. today mr. trump tweeted, "at the end of six years after america has been made great again and i leave the beautiful white house do you think the people would demand that i stay longer?" the 22nd amendment limits the presidency to two terms. meantime tension is growing between the united states and iran following a series of recent events in the middle east. secretary of state mike pompeo told fox news sunday all options are on the table including military action after an attack on a pair of fuel tankers and u.s. surveillance drones. the secretary is adamant the u.s. does not want war with iran. >> we don't want war. we've done what we can to deter. this we will continue to take action to deter iran from engaging in this kind of behavior. >> secretary pompeo claims the
u.s. has lots of data and evidence proving iran is behind the tanker attacks. the u.s. released surveillance video a couple days ago apparently showing iran's sailors removing an unexploded mine from one of the tankers attacked in the gulf of oman. president trump is blasting the new york times for publicking a story about the united states ramping up its efforts to hack into russia's power grid. the newspaper says it's parts of an attempt to combat the kremlin's cyber warfare. they say it's part of a bolder strategy to combat russian interference in the united states. the president says the report is not true, but the times is standing by its story. secretary of state mike pompeo was asked about the story during an appearance on fox news sunday. >> i've seen the about the coen of that. i don't talk about intelligence matters, but president trump has been crystal clear during my now 2 1/2 todo everything we can to prevent any country from interfering in any election in the united states of america. we'll continue to work hard at that. i'm proud of the work this
administration does. i only wish the previous administration had done the same. >> the times says two sources told them it is possible president trump had not been briefed on the hacking efforts. the report also says u.s. officials are also examining how russia may launch its own cyber attack on power grids here in the u.s. in a speech at the stanford university commencement today apple ceo tim cook warned silicon valley tech companies to take responsibility for the problems they create. cook began by praising the tech firms which have created some of the most revolutionary inventions in modern history he says. he also commended the social media matches that connect half the world's people, but he also spoke of data breaches, privacy violations and fake news. >> lately it seems this industry is becoming better known for a less noble innovation, the belief that you can claim credit without accepting responsibility.
we see it every day now with every data breach, every privacy violation, every blind eye turned to hate speech. fake news poisoning our national conversation. >> cook did not call out the companies by name but told the class of 2019 that, "if you build a chaos factory, you can't dodge responsibility for the chaos." cook rounded out his speech with advice to grads on leaving a legacy and following their own path to success. more news tonight about stanford, the mercury news reports students who graduated from the university with a bachelor's degree had the lowest amount of student debt in the bay area and the fourth lowest in california. loan data released last month by the u.s. department of education shows the average stanford student has about $14,000 in debt. students at san jose state university finished their college careers with an average of about $18,000 in debt.
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people who saw a single engine this afternoon are in shock. authorities are investigating what caused the plane to go off course and they still have not located the pilot. lake tulloch is located about 120 miles east of san francisco. cal fire says the plane crashed into 50 to 70 feet of water. here's more. >> it's awful. >> reporter: people in calaveras county are in disbelief after a single engine plane crashed into lake tulloch just before noon sunday. >> we saw a police boat and a rescue boat, i think two rescue boats, circling one area. >> reporter: the plane appeared to go down with the pilot still on board striking power lines before plummeting into the water. >> he spun on one of the power lines and went straight down. some people dived in and tried to help him, but the airplane just went down. >> reporter: news of the crash
leaving boaters on the lake stunned. >> i've heard of little planes going down, but haven't heard of it here. >> reporter: first responders say the plane submerged around 70 feet underwater making it difficult for rescue crews to recover the aircraft. witnesses say the plane flew low, but that's not unusual for the poker flat area. >> they've got airshows here every year and times they fly too low. >> reporter: the crash knocking out power for hundreds living and working in the area disrupting some father's day plans. >> the power is out and we were going to eat on that side in the restaurant and everything was closed. then we come back over here and everything was closed, too, no but tonight the focus is on the search. and while witnesses say they never saw the pilot eject from the aircraft, some are still holding out hope. >> i hope they find him. >> reporter: still no word on the cause of the crash or the condition of the pilot.
of course, a warmer day in calaveras county than what we saw across the bay area today. definitely a cool weekend, but things will warp up to start off your workweek. let's start off by looking at our weather headlines here. tomorrow morning you are waking up to some clouds. it is cloudy across the region now and those clouds will move into the morning, but we will warm up. high pressure is building over the region tonight and tomorrow and that will really compress the marine layer that's been keeping us cool. that means we'll be warmer inland. then on tuesday our high pressure does continue to strengthen. that's the peak of this warm-up and then your extended forecast, we will cool down just a bit. we'll see widespread cooling thursday into friday, but that will be pretty seasonable. let's talk about your commute to work tomorrow. for the last couple days if you've been driving in the early morning hours, you have noticed the fog, the clouds and even the drizzle in some areas, but tomorrow morning will be a little different. so this is your futurecast at
about 7:00 in the morning. you can see the clouds and fog building around the coast and bay cities and parts of the south bay as well, but really nothing inland. you can see pretty clear to start out your morning tomorrow. when we jump forward, you can see nothing to speak of by monday afternoon. this is your futurecast looking at about 2:00 in the afternoon. then you can see the really only issues we have with visibility will be along the coast into tuesday. really seeing that warm-up, though, across the region tomorrow into tuesday. right now really cool temperatures, 55 degrees currently in oakland and walnut creek, 60 degrees now in concord, 56 in livermore and fremont, 57 in san jose. it is 53 degrees right now in san francisco to wrap up highs lisaid, we're going to warm up a bit, 84 degrees where we're expecting to land in concord 71 degrees in ha this time of year, but things will drop down by midweek.
little bit around average for it will be somewhere in the 90s where we expect to be tomorrow in the inland areas. around the bay we'll see highs in the 70s and then we will see highs in the 60s, upper 60s around the coast and then things will kind of drop off midweek, but it's really shaping up to be a nice workweek. >> sarah, thank you. juneteenth was celebrated around the bay area this weekend. checked out the art, clothing and julie booths set up along the alcatraz and adeline corridor. juneteenth commemorates the day in 18xas and the emancipation o the african americans in confederate states. >> it means us getting out here celebrating our heritage, our culture and just coming
together as a community having fun. it's not just for african americans. it's for everybody. >> san francisco, san jose, oakland and richmond all held juneteenth celebrations yesterday. the official american holiday is this wednesday, june 19th. several lucky fathers were treated to a bay cruise out of jack london square in oakland today to celebrate fathers day. >> coming to you straight from the bay. happy father's day! >> drink in hand and sun on face, kevin wiley was ready to celebrate the special day honoring dads. >> father's day, my day, my day, yeah, my day. >> yes, it is. the three urcruise took the bay bring, to the cove and san francisco back to oakland, plenty of music, laughter and champagne. moviegoers may experience franchise fatigue as results from this weekend's box office
reveal some disappointing numbers. g numbers. men in black international opened in first place with $28.5 million, about half of what each of the three previous men in black movies took in on their first weekend. the secret wife of pets 2 was second with nearly 24 million. disney's aladdin took third with more than 16.5 million. dark phoenix was fourth with 9 million and rounding out the top five was rocketman with $8.8 million in ticket sales. sports wrap is just minutes away here. >> the 119th u.s. open is history with the first time winner ldthe time defending champion. we'll have reaction from pebble beach. >> plus the giants try for their fifth straight win while the a's look to take two of three from the mariners. >> and team usa looking strong at the women's world cup. it's all tonight at 11:30 on sports wrap. >> still ahead here at 11:00 more on team usa, another incredible win for the u.s.
women's soccer team. coming up we will talk to fans who were cheering them on here at home. >> first it's not really that unusual to see ktvu's own mike mibach on tv, but he wasn't expecting to be on during the u.s. open. here's a picture perfect father's day moment, mike with his two kids in pebble beach. happy father's day, mike. you're watching the the 11:00 news on ktvu. we'll be back in a moment. right now, earn 60,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved for the hawaiian airlines world elite mastercard.
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thousands of people came from all over the bay area to enjoy arts and crafts, gourmet food and live entertainment in the heart of little italy. the two-day event is a treasured san francisco tradition and considered one of the country's first original outdoor street festivals. reet festivals. the u.s. women's soccer team defeated chile today in the world cup and the americans vanned to the final 16. the bay area came to a watch party this morning at avaya stadium. >> it's justof several watch parties planned at the stadium. >> reporter: avaya stadium hosted a women's world cup watch party. many dads attended the viewing with their daughters. gianni brought his two girls. both kids love soccer and tested their skills at an
inflatable pop-up goal. >> it's an opportunity for girls to see girl dominance in the world. >> reporter: families had picnics while watching the match. >> we've got our whole family here today, a bunch of big soccer fans. >> reporter: garrett perez's kids wore alex morgan jerseys. soccer star morgan went to cal. the team won 3-0. >> the team was really solid, a lot of great players. >> reporter: the u.s. women dominated from the start scoring a goal in the first 11 minutes. fans decked out in red, white and blue cheered from the grass. >> i just thought it would be a good time to be surrounded by a bunch of fans. you feel the emotion more when everybody is involved. >> they're fun to watch. >> i like their hard work and how they work as a team. >> reporter: the san jose earthquake said there will be watch parties for every single women's world cup game at avaya stadium. in san jose, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> remember ktvu is your home for all things world cup. we will air tomorrow's matches
starting with south africa versus germany at 8 a.m. whenever there says a world cup game on this channel, you can watch mornings on 2 on ktvu plus. a remarkable story now of survival. >> happy to be home? yes? >> 4-year-old nevon jackson of oakland is finally back home tonight after accidentally ng himself in the head. he's getting stronger every dau his right side is not as strong as his left, but his family remains confident with physical therapy he will eventually be able to walk again. his mother's boyfriend was arrested in connection with the shooting and faces a number of charges including child
it was a win very few saw coming. a relative unknown holds off the two time defending champ and others who have been there before at pebble beach. >> when i hit the last one, it all came out. >> the united states clinched a spot in the knockout stage of the world cup as one of their stars etches her name in the record books. >> the giants try to extend their season high wind streak to five while the a's hit two more homers but fail to separate from the middle of the a.l. wetime. happy father's day to all the dads out there. it's no time to hit the brakes because sports wrap starts now.