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purple with a special on the board that reads, good night sweet prince. we have more on his life and legacy. >> reporter: the body of the 57-year-old singer was discovered this morning at his home in suburban minneapolis. no details have yet been released, but nearby outside his paisley park studios and small group of fans assembled to honor the artist's memory t. the man born prince rogers nelson was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2004. >> i'm a musician. i live for that. i live for playing and creating songs. >> reporter: the minneapolis native sold more than 100 million records worldwide. hits include "when doves cry," "little red corvette," drew upon influences as wide ranging as
jimmy hendrix. one of his biggest hits made the lyric "let's party like it's 1999" ingrained in pop culture. as recently as 2014, he turned in a show stopping eight-minute performance on "saturday night live." >> we would think of someone whose ageless. he seems so youthful even now. >> reporter: prince brought an energy and innovation to his sound that made a man standing just 5'2" a giant in popular music. mark barger, nbc news. reaction came quickly from the streets to the radio stations. people were sharing their thoughts on the loss of a music icon. our coverage continues tonight with the impact on fans here. let's begin with tracee wilkins. she is live in
>> reporter: this was such an amazing opportunity to hear prince. i had the opportunity to do that several yiears ago. i remember the entire verizon center being mez msmerizmesmeri. there's definitely a hole felt for those who were fans of his. today we had the opportunity to talk with donnie simpson, a man who interviewed him and actually went to his home. prince rogers nelson or prince, he went by many names, and for awhile had no name at all and didn't need it. >> he was a musical genius, a prodigy, a multi-instrumentalist. >> reporter: the singer, songwriter, actor, dancer, and rock and roll hall of fame inductee started
concerts recently reportedly due to flu. >> now to know that there are no more concerts. >> reporter: washington radio and television personality donnie simpson remembers the first time he heard of prince in the 70s. >> the first time i heard about him ray parker jr. told me about him. ray was telling me he was trying to sign him to a management deal. he said this kid is unbelievable, donnie. he plays every instrument. he'll go into the studio at 8:00 at night and come out in the morning with three songs finished. he listened to the black album there. an album prince held on to for years before releasing. >> i was telling him that night what a groove, man. what a groove. years later, this had to be two or three years later, but prince says
black album. what do you mean? he said, this is such a groove. i was about so much more than that. >> reporter: that's an interesting story that donnie shared because i've heard stories of prince having entire al albums, documentaries, and videos that he never released. he did eventually release that album. fans will be anxious to see if any of that stuff will ever be released. 8433 georgia avenue at la madeline. they're inviting fans to come out and share their stories and listen to music from his purple majesty. >> so much music. it spanned generations. there are very few people who did not have prince as part
and music collections. >> reporter: i'm standing outside wpgc. the dj is playing "when doves cry." one of the many hits that prince shared with the world. a lot of people are crying inside. let's roll some video. many of the employees and people of the community came here to wpgc to celebrate prince's legacy. many of them remember "purple rain," "partying like its 1999," and the hits he's left. he's a legend and a lot of folks were very surprised by this. they were not too surprised about the death of michael jackson or whitney houston due to the issues they were having, but prince was different i'm
attributing to them because they say he was just a healthy guy. they say he was very spiritual and this loss is tremendous to the community. let's hear from some folks. >> i've grown up with my family who has been a big prince fan. i had no idea that he passed away. that's crazy. >> i think he was kind of a pop legend so it is a shame. he was really young. >> my dad showed me "purple rain" when i was really young. i thought it was one of the greatest movies. >> it's almost like michael jackson all over again. they were pretty much on the same parallel. >> he contributed a lot to 80s and 90s culture like the batman soundtrack, constantly changing your name. >> reporter: prince will be missed in the d.c. metropolitan area. people will forever remember april 21st, 2016. i'm shomari stone. back to you. >> others were like us,ns
his work. a lot of them have been posting their remembrances. katy perry tweeted, just like that the world lost a lot of magic. you can read a lot more of those messages on our website as we bring you more coverage throughout the hour. donald trump angered some conservatives today on an nbc town hall. he said he opposed north carolina's stand on transgender bathrooms. he believes that people should be able to use any restroom they want. steve handelsman is on capitol hill with reaction. >> reporter: washingtonians know how politicians act. since donald trump is not a normal politician, look at this. controversial just days before five primaries, including the one in maryland, that trump has got to win big. >> we love you, everybody. >> reporter: on "today" donald trump proved again he is not
conservative as many republicans. >> leave it the way it is right now. >> reporter: siding with hillary clinton on the bathroom brawl, north carolina's new law requiring transgender people to use the bathrooms that match the section of their birth. celebrities are boycotting. caitlyn jenner could use the ladies room in trump tower. >> people go. they use the bathroom that they feel is appropriate. there has been so little trouble, and the problem with what happened in north carolina is strife. >> reporter: ted cruz in maryland, one of five states to hold primaries tuesday, accused trump of political correctness. >> grown adult men, strangers, should not be alone in a bathroom with little girls. >> reporter: in connecticut where the vote is tuesday, democrat hillary clinton slammed the ban on suing gunmakers. >> i voted against it.
voted for it. >> reporter: bernie sanders is in pennsylvania where the primary is tuesday. >> if there is a large voter turnout, i believe we will win. >> reporter: but sanders is under pressure after tuesday to dial back, so democrats can focus on trump. republican frontrunner today opposed putting harriet tubman on the front of $20 bill, moving andrew jackson to the back. trump calling that pure political correctness. i'm steve handelsman. chelsea clinton is in town today campaigning for her mother. she started her day in silver spring and then went over to the beltsville library. she's pregnant with her second child and says becoming a mom made her even more intensely interested in politics and policies. senator ted cruz's single campaign stop in maryland today was a rally at the
theater in frederick. cruz slammed what he called breathless coverage of trump's win at home in new york. he said trump and the media seem to think the state of maryland is a suburb of new york city. we're following a developing story in fairfax county. police say a 16-year-old girl died after officers found her unconscious in a school bathroom. this happened at lake braddock secondary school in burke. the teenager is being identified as brenda soto. investigators haven't released many details on her death, but they do say they don't think there's any public safety threat or anything suspicious about it. just a short time ago the man who left a toddler in a car for hours yet was charged with felony child neglect and involuntary manslaughter. by the time the 2-year-old was discovered, it was too late. julie carey is in the nd
neighborhood where the car was parked. >> reporter: it was the boyfriend of the victim's mother. he's 32-year-old da'quan fields now facing those serious charges tonight. residents in this annandale townhome community responding to sad news that the toddler died. last year 25 children died across this country after being left behind in hot cars. it's something safety experts say can be completely avoided by following a few simple rules. most residents in this annandale townhome community just now getting word of the tragic death of a 2-year-old girl. police say she was left in the backseat of a car in this parking lot on wednesday for about seven hours. >> tragic because there's a lot of traffic up and down in here. people are out all the time. i'm amazed nobody would have saw the child sitting in the car. >> reporter: the boyfriend of the toddler's mom started the day by dropping off the
and the 5-year-old off not realizing the 2-year-old was still in the backseat of the vehicle. >> reporter: it was not until seven hours later when he realized the child was still in the backseat. he called 911, but it was too late. they've fallen from 49 nationally in 2010 to 25 last year. their push, look before you lock. >> get parents in the habit of checking the backseat every single time they leave the vehicle. >> reporter: always leaving a stuffed animal in the car seat and then bring it up front when you buckle the child in. put a purse, work id, or your left shoe in the backseat. just take a look at how quickly a vehicle welcomes an oven. at 70 degrees after 30 minutes
reaches 104 degrees. in an hour, 113 degrees. after that, 115. and on the hot summer days we have coming up, say a 95-degree day, it takes just 30 minutes for that car to heat up to 129 degrees inside. back to you now in the studio. >> sad story. thank you. well, he was attending a funeral and stumbled onto this on his way home. see how the fiery rescue unfolded. i'm darcy spencer in waldorf, a 10-year-old boy was struck and killed in this crosswalk. >> what happens doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: what a grieving family is hoping to do to make this a safer crossing. remember that guy who flew his gyrocopter on to the capital lawn? well, he's going to prison. why he's saying it was worth it. a couple of showers and a
i'll show you when the bulk of the nra and its campaign cash are what stands between us and gun reform. "searing tragedy struck in a place parents felt their children were safe" chris van hollen met with nra lobbyists to craft a loophole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobby. and she would ban assault weapons. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator. working for us pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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near the white oak trail last saturday. the parks service says it will will hold a press conference at 7:30. police have not confirmed that this body is the body of nicole mittendorff, but on the found nicole page there is a post and that post reads our hearts are broken. keep our family in your prayers. we'll bring you the latest tonight on news 4 at 11:00. a maryland family is calling for change after the tragic death of their 10-year-old son james maples. he was hit by a car last week while he was riding his bike in waldorf. his parents are working to bring changes to the crosswalk where that accident happened. >> the first few minutes it was just like, come on, james, wake up. we just warranted him to wake u >> reporter: but 10-year-old
he was on a sunday bike ride with his mom and friends. >> i'm thankful that i did not actually see the accident itself, but i saw him in the middle of the road. >> reporter: it happened on the mcdaniel road. he was riding in the crosswalk. the driver apparently didn't see him. he suffered a traumatic brain injury. >> my official thing was that he was going to be okay. he maybe -- may be in the hospital for a while because stuff like that doesn't happen. >> reporter: but it did. >> if they can prove she was on her phone or if they can prove she was driving too fast, if they can prove something, then i would have definitely wanted to see charges filed. >> reporter: but so far police have found no evidence of that. now james' parents are pushing for safety changes. they want more signs telling
bike riders. >> rumble strips won't damage people cars, but it will wake them up a bit that there are people crossing. >> reporter: james was in fifth grade. his classmates at wade elementary made these cards. he was the outgoing kid with long hair that liked playing soccer and music. his parents hope drivers will learn from their loss as well. >> nothing is worth getting some place a minute faster. nobody's life is worth that. >> reporter: james' parents tell me they're grateful that he lived long enough to donate his kidney and liver. they lost their only child, but he was able to save another life. news 4. the man who pulled off a brazen stunt to protest campaign finance laws is going to
but says it was worth it. he used a gyrocopter. he went through some of the most restricted air space in the world and landed on the front lawn of the capital. immediately he was taken into custody. mark segraves has more on his punishment. >> reporter: four months in prison for douglas hughes who showed little remorse for his actions except to apologize to his family and for the waste of government resources. the 62-year-old former letter carrier from florida said he flew his gyrocopter to the capital to draw attention for the need of campaign finance reform, but the judge called it a publicity stunt and prosecutors said it was a reckless act of russian roulette with public safety. while hughes says he won't do anything like this again, he didn't rule out breaking the law as a form of civil disobedience once he gets out of prison. he told reporters w
it was all worth it. >> yes, it was worth it. i haven't apologized in the past and i'm not apologizing now. we need the reform that we need, okay? four months, yeah, in a heart beat. last week we had thousands of people here in the capital on money in politics. >> reporter: hughes will spend 120 days in prison. when he gets out, he'll be prohibited from going near the white house or the capital, but he still plans to deliver those letters he had on his gyrocopter, even if he has to mail them. supreme court nominee merrick garland continues his quest to get to know the nation's senators. he headed to the office of north dakota senator john hovan. the meeting was held behind closed doors. later garland met with tim kaine.
and ancient ritual played out in olympia greece today. the olympic flame was lit in the city where the games began and where they were held for more than 1,000 years. that action marks the start of the olympic torch relay. the torch will travel to brazil to begin a 95-day tour before ending in rio de janeiro. get ready to rock the red tomorrow. the caps coming back to the verizon center. the capitals just could not complete their first playoff sweep in team history, but hey, they're upset about something other than just the loss. jason is going to have that part of the story coming up a bit later in sports. doug is here with a look at our weather forecast. our sunny streak was interrupted today. >> yes, ye
streak going and neither could the west i guess. >> we saw some clouds across the area. still not a bad day. temperatures got into the 70s across the area. by the way, for that game i'm heading down there tomorrow night. cannot wait. rocking the beard right here. trying to raise money for wounded veterans. our national harbor live camera shows the cloud cover across our region, but not a lot going on right now. temperatures still managed to get into the 70s. 74 right now. winds out of the southwest at about 12 miles per hour. temperature wise, we're at 70 degrees in martinsburg. 79 in fredericksburg. near 80 down towards the fredericksburg area. 73 up towards ft. meade. dry stretch. for sure. we've been on the dry side here since the
0.9 inches about. since march 1st, we're more than 3 inches below average. it has been very dry. we need the rain and we're going to get some. no rain around the d.c. area. this is what's called ground clutter. back towards martinsburg right along i-81, you can see the heaviest shower which has also had some thunder just south of martinsburg. inwood area, you can see that's where the heaviest showers are coming in. you're going to get a little bit of lightning and thunder if you live in that region. that moving on through. temperatures tonight are going to stay very mild. the clouds acting like a blanket across our region. then we'll get into that area of shower activity. you notice though it's not a ton of rain. it is going to be here tomorrow, aust and you may
from time to time. not a lot going on tomorrow as far as the showers go. they're going to be few and far between. what we may see and what we need to see is a couple of thunderstorms. 2:00, not much. tomorrow night as you're heading to bed or heading back from din -- dinner, you may need the umbrella at that time. 86 degrees with plenty of sunshine. tomorrow night caps are winning this thing. >> we agree, doug. we agree. tributes, they're just continuing to pour in for prince. coming up, a live report from minneapolis as fans remember the music legend. we're learning more about his last public appearance. a big fire, a burning car, a woman trapped inside. how do you
this? saved by a firefighter, a firefighter on his way back from a funeral for a fallen colleague. the rescue i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white
house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election?
immortalized from people around the world. today the icon was found unresponsive in an elevator in his home outside minneapolis. deputies performed cpr, but they were not able to revive him. prince had cancelled several recent concerts while battling the flu, but the cause of death is still unknown. >> fans are visiting the legend's home in minneapolis to honor his memory. janel klein is there as well. what are you seeing from the scene outside? >> reporter: it was a surprise and certainly to fans who had attended a concert he gave here just a few days ago. as you mentioned, he had a bit of a health scare several days before that where he had to have his plane land an emergency landing because he felt like he had the flu, but it was confirmed that's all it was was the flu, so his fans really felt he was back to full health.
at that dance party just a few days ago, he told fans i'm feeling great. wait a few days before you waste any prayers on me joking about his health situation. for those people attending that concert, the news was a giant shock. news officials were called to paisley park. medics attempted to resuscitate him and were unable to do so. he was pronounced dead just before 10:00 a.m. it's been remarkable to see the reaction from local fans. >> tell about that. prince could have lived anywhere in the world he wanted. he stayed right there in minneapolis. what are you seeing outside his compound? >> reporter: it is really a tribute to him that he stayed here. in fact, it is so remarkable that he did that as his star rose. he really did keep his ties to minneapolis. that's so
he founded his career here at paisley park studios where we stand in the late 70s and has really stayed here throughout his music career. those fans who have followed his rise are just heartbroken. they're coming and leaving bouquets of flowers, leaving tributes, leaving poems. we're seeing people walking around with portable speakers playing his music. they are just devastated to see this legend pass, especially because he was still contributing music to this day. he hadn't retired. he was still doing a lot of new work. people were very surprised and heartbroken to see him pass. >> it is a shock. thank you. coming up later in this newscast, a look at how fans are paying tribute on itunes. we also have a gallery of prince's legendary career. she fell unconscious. her car burst into a ball of flames, but tonight a woman is
county fire official. he had just left the funeral for a leagcolleague. happened to be in the right place at the right time. pat collins has more on this dramatic rescue. >> reporter: this is what car was like when it was over. burned so badly i had to look at the hubcaps to tell it was a volkswagen. and this, this is how it got that way. an intense fire with flames reaching almost 20 feet into the air. a woman trapped inside. moments before the car was totally engulfed in flames, she was saved by this man, assistant fire chief darren ware. now this happened last night on route 301. chief ware was returning from the funeral of john ulmschneider. chief ware saw the car on fire.
came to the rescue. he pulled her out one of the windows just in time. >> i didn't really had much time to think, but what i made of it was there was a person in need of my assistance and i needed to do all i could. >> reporter: he says he was no hero here. he was just doing what a firefighter is supposed to do. pat collins, news 4. tonight, montgomery county firefighters are checking smoke detecters inside some homes in wheaton. it comes a day after a duplex caught fire on berry street. although know one was hurt, two families lost their homes. >> firefighters believe it originated on the outside deck. the occupants were home at the time. they heard some noise and started smelling some things. in short order, they found it. their next
deck on fire. the fire department got out. >> the fires were fueled by propane tanks, but they're still trying to pinpoint where the fires started. the surprise move in court
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police spotted their car on 395 and chased them to the d.c. line, but they got away. they were later arrested at a house in arlington. police say the man who was shot was the aggressor and he was arrested too. to wanight, fans are honori prince with their wallets. if you take a look at the itunes charts, the top eight songs being downloaded today, prince. we wanted to know what your favorite prince era was. he experimented with so much different kinds of music over his career, but an overwhelming number of you are choosing that "purple rain" era. today we learned a pan-asian restaurant called ginger will open as well as caps sports bar and belagio
a group of veterans are getting a helping hand as they try to develop a new crop of skills. last night news 4 told you about a program teaching vets to be farmers on land that was once owned by george washington. they were trying to raise money to buy a tractor to help with their training. now, thanks in part to donations from news 4 viewers like you, they are getting one. the arcadia center for sustainable food and agriculture tells us they raised more than $20,000 by midnight. a safe place for strangers to buy and sell stuff. how local police are helping people who sell their stuff online. the man who admitted to shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot of a germantown target was supposed to be sentenced today. coming up, we'll tell you why that sentencing didn't haen pp
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a major twist today in a high profile and very public case of murder. it involved a young woman gunned down in the parking lot of a target store in germantown. her ex-boyfriend pleaded guilty. today was supposed to be sentencing day. meagan fitzgerald is at the courthouse to explain why her family left the courthouse feeling very
pleaded guilty to a judge. he admitted on two different occasions that he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, but because he filed a motion today, the judge, he's asking to reverse his guilty plea. >> we're trying to find closure. it looks like we can never get that right now. >> reporter: closure was supposed to come today for the family and friends of the 24-year-old woman. she was gunned down in the parking lot of a germantown target in june. it was her jealous ex-boyfriend who admitted to pulling the trigger. news 4 obtained videos of investigators interviewing bricker in his hospital room shortly after the murder. >> i shot her and then i shot her again. i just pointed it and shot her. >> but why? >> why did it shoot her? >> uh-huh. >> i don't know. >> reporter: police say bricker confessed twice over the last
before a judge in december. today he was supposed to be sentenced, but instead he fired his attorney and is asking the judge to withdraw his guilty plea. >> he says he didn't get all the information to make his best decision in making a plea. >> i don't like the feeling. i'm going through this. it hurts. >> reporter: it's a scenario the friends and family say they're praying won't happen. >> just taking it day by day and just praying. >> reporter: now bricker will appear in court on may 5th. that's when we'll learn who his new attorney will be. now ultimately the decision is up to the judge on whether or not he will withdraw that guilty plea or if he will proceed to sentencing. here in the district you n
you're buying or selling stuff online, but worried about meeting up with a stranger. d.c. police say buyers and sellers can use any of their three police stations to complete their transactions from 8:00 in the morning until 8:00 at night. the police chief announced the exchange zones at harbor patrol in southwest, which is one of the stations you can use. there is a caveat. police officers are not going to get involved in refereeing any of the disputes. doug is back with more on our weather. we could sure use some rain for the pollen and i guess for the trees and flowers and everything too. we're starting to be on the drought monitor too. three inches below average since just march 1st. we do need to see some rain. we are going to be getting some, but it is not going to be a whole lot. one thing we have seen today is a mixture of sun and clouds. there is reston town center right
a new building going up. as we make our way in across the next couple of days, well, temperatures will be going up and down depending on which day we look at. today they were just right around above average. we're going to be 68 by 9:00 and by 11:00 635 degrees. >> shocking. take cover. >> that's a huge temperature difference there. watch out. the heat comes in quickly. that's my fault. 75 in rockville. 77 tonight to our friends down towards warrenton. we are looking at some showers. there we go. all kinds of issues tonight on news 4. this one coming right
downsville here making its way towards hagerstown. the rain still well back to the west. this is what's going to come through during the day tomorrow. we will see scattered showers tomorrow, but it will not be all day rain. still a good idea to keep that umbrella handy. high temperatures in the mid 70s. 76 on saturday. 72 on sunday. then on monday going up to 86 degrees. that's not the only 80. how about 87 on tuesday? chance of showers. maybe a strong thunderstorm or two on tuesday. then another chance of possible thunderstorms coming up next thursday. also in the 80s. that very much like a may or june forecast than a mid april forecast. >> we're not complaining. medstar national rehabilitation hospital began 30 years ago and it's grown into one of the biggest and best rehab networks in the country. last night there were victory a
human spirit. that gala drew the biggest crowd of supporters ever. raised a lot of money for nrh sponsored athletic programs. i got to serve as the emcee. we're lucky to have them in your community. >> very lucky. still ahead in our broadcast, the wizards may want this man for more than just his coaching abilities. but first here's lester holt. hi. ahead for us, a live report from minnesota on the death of pop superstar prince and of course a look at his career and legacy. the awful fate of an assault victim on the streets of chicago has many wondering what would i do. after his big loss in new york this week, bernie sanders sits down with us. it's all when w
it's been awhile. >> that sounds about right. >> not much buzz around this team after the year that they had, but now hopefully we'll see if they're in the right direction. the wizards, they missed out on the playoffs. that had the team looking for a new head coach. general manager ernie grunfeld has found his man. scott brooks is the former head coach of the oklahoma city thunder. if you're a wizards fan, brooks is the former coach of durant. he was fired last spring by the thunder. while with okc, he guided this team to the nba finals back in 2012 and made the post season five teams. the addition of brooks may help the team lure kevin durant back to his hometown. brooks, he'll take over for rawh
go after four full seasons as head man. >> don't you think that really is the place for him? >> it helps. >> it helps a lot. closing out their series tomorrow night against the flyers is all the capitals are concerned about right now and that and making sure that leave this series completely healthy. the capitals still fuming about a few cheap shots from game four. players not happy with the loss obviously, but they were even more fired up about this. second period flyers were seen cross-checking the knee after the play was stopped. the capitals immediately
into with schenn. he's talked to the lead officials about this play. his players will not forget about it come tomorrow night. >> that's a pretty dangerous play. we'll just use that as a little motivation to send those guys home. we don't like that. obviously, one of our best players. we're just going to kind of play within the rules and hopefully send them home, send them packing. >> it's a dangerous play. i think it should not be in our game. any player who is looking to try to injury a player, he should be definitely out of the game. final game in their series with miami. jason worth given the day off. top of the first, bases empty for bryce harper. his sixth home run in eight days. eigh
story. nationals go up 1-0, but that is as good as it would get. max scherzer not his best outing. here he is facing marsecel ozun. the marlins go up, 3-1. we see runners on the corners for justin boor. scherzer gave up five runs, five hits in five innings of work. nats drop this one 5-1. the redskins might be making a huge move in free agent according to multiple reports. the redskins one of the frontrunners for josh norman. he's considered one of the best in the league. the carolina panthers removed the franchise tag yesterday. he had four interceptions last
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breaking news tonight, the death of prince. the music icon who made an indelible mark on american culture found dead at 57. shocking loss of a great talent. tonight, the tributes are pouring in. strategy shift, what donald trump said on nbc news about transgender people that has many asking is this a new trump and our exclusive with bernie sanders, why he won't quit the race. volkswagon agrees to a payout for cheating emissions. an estimated billion dollars for drivers. shocking video, a man is punched, robbed and run over as bystanders offer no help. the question many ask tonight, what would you do if you were there? and long live the