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studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> breaking news. seven people hurt as fire crews rush to put out a san francisco building fire. good afternoon. >> shawn chitnis is where this all broke out. what can you tell us about what is going on there? >> reporter: amanda, it's still a busy scene. firefighters have been at this location for quite sometime and firefighters are trying to clean up what was a large fire. we know three units a several p to be rescued. that was clearly the priority for firefighters as they were getting here this morning. let's take a look aten t fst
arriving. we know they had to get people from all sides of the building and pull them out, and we have a look at the scene from chopper 5. it's a little unusual to see a fire move so quickly and spread like this during the day. again, for them the priority was to rescue those people, and that's why they had to put putting the fire under control on the side until they got everybody out. >> we had tremendous difficulty making headway entering the building because of the fire, and one person that we pulled out is critical, and she was an elderly lady. >> reporter: so at this point it's too early to tell exactly what the cause of the fire is, but we are told it likely started on the first floor and then spread from there. reporting live in san francisco,
shawn chitnis, kpix 5. >> thank you, shawn. people living in the east bay may see the giant plume of smoke that started at 10:00 a.m. and will last until 2:00 p.m. for a training exercise. more arrests just announced in the death of a 3-year-old girl in what has been described as an exorcism. it happened at a home and a makeshift church, and the girl was found unresponsive on the floor and could not be revived. and her mother was arrested in january, and they have now arrested the girl's uncle and grandfather as well. renee hernandez santos and rene santos. >> there was a delay in time
before the emergency and officers were contacted. we are trying to find out why anybody would delay calling first responders at any sign of a illness or death of a child. >> police are not releasing details as to how this girl died or what led up to the moments leading up to that. this is in the hands of the district attorney's office. oakley police detective serving a search warrant in this case, and a 24-year-old has been missing since january after leaving home to visit an ex-boyfriend. that search warrant was served in antioch and that is where she was reportedly last seen. at sfo, computer problems
hit airlines around 7:30, and they used backup methods to get people checked in, and one man trying to depart said his southwest flight was canceled. >> i think this is the first time ever by computer. i have had mechanicals where they cancelled flights, but this is really a first time for computers. >> an airport spokesman said internet access went down for the entire airport. so far the airport is not confirming there were any flight cancelations. new at noon, governor newsom announced california is going into the largest fiscal year with the largest budget in state history. we're talking $300 billion. it's the most money ever saved from a state tax revenue in american history. the governor already knows how he wants to use it. he wants to provide financial assistance for vehicle owners, and more money toward drought prevention and preparation, and more access to health care,
specifically reproductive health. the news eases concerns that inflation and over spending could tank the state's finances. fire crews are working to contain a destructive wildfire in southern california. the coastal fire engulfed at least 20 large homes in laguna niguel, and they are likely to encounter high winds going into the weekend, and it was described as electrical circuit activity as a possible cause. fires in more populated areas will be more common. >> it's indicative of the prolonged drought and the climate change and everything we're talking about. this is a different environment. there's no sign that will change. >> i heard it was bad, but this is so devastating. >> some residents are now returning to scenes of destruction where their homes once stood. the fire burned at least 200 acres so far. the bay to breakers run has been a tradition in san
francisco for more running it in the 80s until a parkinson's diagnosis made him hang up his shoes, and this sunday after 20 years away from the race his son is making sure his dad crosses that finish line >>e're rolling. here we go. >> the euphoria of a good and long run is a distant memory to 78-year-old, dan cochran. >> it was good to get out and clear out the mind. >> dan's dedication to running kicked into high gear in the '70s, and running in the bay to breakers event became a tradition. >> it was an effort. >> 20 years ago dan was diagnosed with parkinson's disease putting his favorite pastime on the shelf. >> the doctor told me it was a short period of time or a long period of time but i will be in a wheelchair eventually, and i decided i didn't want to take that laying down. >> while still young at heart
with a strict diet and routine exercise, dan has stayed out of that wheelchair. >> we're 20 years into it. i am still doing okay. >> he has been running his own race, beating the odds regardless of his diagnosis. >> it's just parkinson's. >> that's a quote of his own that he wears proudly on his shirt. >> and it was reaction to peoples' reaction to me. they look at me like i am dying or soin and see the wheelchair o theh hk onth face. don't worry, it's just parkinson's. >> strong enough to play ball with his son, and hitting the pavement for a distance run is no longer an option. >> do you miss that? >> yeah, i miss it. it's too hard on my back. >> his son, robert, figured out a way to get his dad across the finish line of the bay to
breakers one more time. he will be there with help. >> all of a sudden the chair came, and we are doing this, and we have been on three or four training runs and there's been adventured. >> i didn't think i would be doing this again but we found a way to get it one more time. >> one more time with a physical push from his son, and dan is reignited with hope to once again feel that runner's high. >> you feel like somebody is behind you pushing. it's a real light feeling. it really feelso gou across the finish line? >> oh, yeah. >> i had to ask because i don't know if my dad would trust me that much. they are such a great duo. come sunday, we are cheering them on here at kpix. and there's going to be a lot of road closures for this event,
and i will be one here so it would be great to know how to get around. >> if you are headed out to the race, just a heads up, there are options. you will have the option of using public transit to get there easily and that's a great way to do it. the race runs from the west part of san francisco towards the great highway, so a lot of closures in and around that area, and the haze street hill and through golden gate park. closures begin on 7:00 saturday night and will last until noon or 4:30 depending on what portion of the race they have closed out. bart, a great way to get there, adding four extra trains in the morning to get there by 7:00, and if you are driving use embarcadero as an alternate, but there are closures. if you are not heading out there, i would probably stay away from the area until at
street on this friday afternoon. the dow is up a bit there, more than 400 points. and stock fell after musk said he wasn tlatf said in a separate tweet that he is, quote, still committed to acquisition. business analysts are questioning whether musk is using a spam issue as a pretext to back out of the deal. now to the latest on the war in ukraine. russia reportedly suffered heavy losses today when ukrainian forces destroyed a pontoon branch. ukrainian officials say russian troops were using the bridge to cross a river in eastern ukraine. several military vehicles were damaged or destroyed. also today, the first war crime prosecution of a russian soldier began in kyiv. the 21-year-old defendant is
accused of shooting a 62-year-old ukrainian man in the head through an open car window. a national shortage of baby formula is reaching crisis levels. biden administration officials say they are going to cut some packaging regulations to get products in stores faster. they are also calling for crackdowns on price gouging and from overseas. >> we are working with other manufacturers that can produce safe baby formula. >> i can't be running to ten different stores every month to try and find her formula. what else can i do? >> abbott may start production soon, and it could take up to two months for that supply to reach consumers. live to chase center where
tonight the warriors will play the grizzlies in a second attempt to get to the conference finals. the dubs are up 3-2 in their series with the grizzlies. >> this is the biggest game at chase center in the three years the warriors have played here. they have not lost here in the playoffs, and a loss would push the series back to memphis for a winner take all game seven. hopefully we don't get to that point. game six tips off tonight at 7:00. turning to weather and another busy weekend on tap in the bay area. >> first-alert it's a as we head into the week we are warming up still. if you thought today was a warm day, tomorrow will be warmer, and we'll talk about that in a second. daytime highs today are warming up. current conditions in the 60s
from concord to the san josé area. as we take a look at the wind gust, it's expected to kick up more as we head into the afternoon. in the novato area down to the san pwourpb bruno area, as we take a look at daytime highs today, it's a warm one out there, especially in the santa clara valley where we are dealing with mid to upper 70s in the forecast. it's very similar where we are also seeing 80s as well, and as we extend off to the bay, sausalito, we are seeing a huge range from 60s in the upper 70s and even 80s near santa rosa. it's a warm friday for us. we made it to the weekend, though, and as we extend into the next couple of days it will change significantly.
sunset tonight, 8:11. bay to breakers, at start time we are expecting a 60-degree setup, and then take a look at our 7-day forecast. sunday showing the wind right there, temperatures will cool down as we head into sunday and monday, and as east inland b how temperatures get into the upper 80s to cool down to the 70s as we start the next workweek. >> a hot weekend. >> almost 90 degrees. >> uh-huh. >> all right. >> get out and do something. >> yeah, bay to breakers, a good one for that. some of the best things that happen in our lives are completely unplanned. >> that's the case for this week's students
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>> it's a busy day on the beat for rookie police officer, victor oriano. >> traffic stops. property theft and a missing persons report fill his call time, and it's interacting with the community is what he sees as his most important role. >> it was one of the best ways i fie andnghe suppopl streetan grew up ongside with. splvictor, a hometown hayward kid whose parents came from mexico searching for a bright future their children could have. when we first met victor he was a senior at the university of pennsylvania interning at a management consulting term and eyeing a career in finance. >> i have been consulting.
i don't like to stick with one thing but i like to branch out and see where i best fit, and if i don't like it, there's a ton of other options. >> life-changing options victor never considered, like his first job out of college as a social worker in san francisco's tenderloin district. it honed his position for others as he saw neighborhood residents battle addiction. >> right outside our office, sixth and mission, and it was not uncommon to see people outside shooting up, and people living on the street, setting up tents and it's there for everybody to see. >> everybody may not see the struggle but victor's view changed his life. the financial world lost its luster, and he headed home to hayward and into his new role. >> i look at policing as a very fulfilling job as it helps me help people who are in distress. i have had friends and family
members that grew up with domestic violence, substance abuse, and even myself was a victim of robbery when i was a kid, and when i needed help i would call the police. >> his police work can be tough at times, but it is also filled with long-time friends. >> we need guys like that out here. >> those that will always see him as victor. >> they worry because they know it's a dangerous job, and they know god is with me and on my side and i have good partners with me, and if they keep me safe i will do the same for them. >> the officer would like to attend law school in the future, and his dream school is the university of pennsylvania. good news for fans of the royal family. >> the queen out and about in a rare sighting. we'll tell you what she was up to.
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coming up at 3:00, how the red cross is looking to boost supply with some incentives. let's get one last check of the weather with jessica birch. >> we're expecting daytime highs in the 60s, and around 8:00 a.m. just around the 60s, low 60s. breezy conditions as we head into the weekend and by next week we average out mostly in
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