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this is in northeast maryland up in cecil county. now all of these trees are located on the same private lot. all in a little bit of a cluster. there's about a does -p trees we counted that have received serious damage. the tops ripped off, some missing branches. some very high up and some down as low as 6 feet up from the ground. as you can see all of the pieces of trees that have been ripped off and are laying right there in that cluster. no word exactly what type of weather event this was but we do know it was association with the storms that passed through this afternoon. reporting live from sky high chopper 13. i'm captain jeff long, back to you. >> captain jeff, thank you. first warning weather team tracked these storms all day long. bob turk with more on the system that moved quickly through our state, bob. >> that looks like very strong down burst of winds, straight downwind of thunderstorms along this afternoon. we had some heavy stuff around here between 11:50 and 12:00 or
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12:30. all that activity has moved off. we look around cecil county we did have heavy activity. that is all off to the east of us now. we're left with a lot of clouds maybe a couple of sprinkles. jersey now, southern delaware and low eastern shore. that will continue to move east of the area over the next several hours. as far as temperatures go, watches, this watch from the eastern shore the tornado watch just cancelled about 30 second ago. computer hasn 't quite updated it. we still have until 1:00 in the morning. those coastal areas because you've had southerly winds could up to 8 miles per hour till tonight. everybody is going to be cooling down over the next several days. look at that, shell -- chelsea is in the outback. chelsea. >> we're going to be cooling down. we'll see highs right around 70
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degrees but increasing sunshine. decreasing clouds as that line of shower continues to push off into the atlantic and canadian marintime. >> thank you chelsea. stay with wjz. the government shutdown continues and neither side seems to want to budge. republican house speaker john boehner wants to raise the debt limit. as danielle nottingham reports, the republicans want a bill with no strings attached. >> reporter: president obama arrived to speak to john boehner to speak about a bill that will end the shutdown. 86% of fema workers have been furloughed since the partial
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government shut down started seven days ago. justin gates who works at one of the washington museums has also been furloughed. >> we want to be able to do our work. and we're hopeful that there'll be a resolution so that we can get back to work. >> reporter: speaking boehner and house republicans are doubling down on their position. they want to put conditions in the bill that will reopen the government and the bill needed to raise the debt ceiling. >> this morning the senior white house official said that the president would rather default than to sit down and negotiate. really? >> reporter: one thing both sides can agree on is getting federal employees back pay. this week, the senate is expected to pass a house bill reimbursing workers once the shutdown is over. and the markets did react to the ongoing shutdown. the dow is down 136 points
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closing at its lowest level in a month. the s &p and nasdaq also closed down. denise has more on what they're saying about miriam carey's state of mind. >> reporter: miriam's family is now telling the media their sister was not delusional and suspect she was running from danger when she was killed. her sister was afraid and fleeing with her daughter says one sister. another sister suggests that her sister over reacted. officers then shot and killed her. the sisters also disputed officials accounts that miriam carey was under the delusion that president obama was spying on her. police arrest a man
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suspected of stabbing two security guards outside the comedy factory downtown. kenneth bernard corporal allegedly had an argument about an unpaid bill inside the club he was in the process of being escorted out of the club on market street when police say he stabbed two of the officers. both are at the hospital recovering tonight. corporal has been charged with first and second degree assault. the government shut -- shutdown is keeping crews from investigating a metro accident. it happened on the red line. the transportation board said it was notified of the accident but decided against sending investigators. they say the accident didn't meet the criteria to pull people off of furlough. federal lawsuit is filed against the u.s. naval academy superintendent asking him to recuse himself from a sexual
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assault including a naval shipman. rochelle richie has more on why he was asked to step down. >> reporter: this judge says she will not micromanage the military's judicial system. inside courtroom five via the united states courthouse, theshipman who says she was aped by these three navy football players will hope the they will order miller to recuse. they say his behavior would not grant their client a fair trial. >> i received a lot of hostility not even from the attackers. >> reporter: the victim says she was raped by the three. >> i was drinking, i had drank
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a lot. from that point on i really don't remember what happened. i woke up the next morning with bruises and i knew something wasn't right. >> reporter: but her assailants tell a different story saying the sexcapade was consensual. but the judge says she doesn't believe she has the authority to interfere with the military's judicial system. and this isn't over just yet, on wednesday vice admiral miller is expected to testify in this federal hearing which will determine whether or not he is biased. but today this judge showed no indication that she planned to order a recusal. i'm rochelle richie. other officials are also expected to testify at the hearing. in anne arundel county police arrest a woman on
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robbery suspicion. police say she also began to hold up another bank of glen burney over the weekend but took off from the bank before taking any money. an employee took down the license plate leading police right to her. the ravens have they're first win of the year. mark viviano is live with fan reaction to that hard fought win. >> reporter: to those who wondered where's ray rice, he showed up in miami. the ravens defense was coming off a poor showing in buffalo but they responded in miami with an all out sack attack. all his take downs coming with a game on the line in the
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fourth quarter. >> i just wanted to win. you know this is a very tough you know miami dolphin team. i wouldn't be surprised if we see them again. >> we had i think two drives were snuffed out in the fourth quarter by our defense and mainly by the pressure that we got and mainly by terrell. if we have to take over a game like that, you don't see that often. >> reporter: justin tucker's attempt was good from 45 yards to give the raven it is lead. then miami missed it chance to tie. the ravens win by three. we asked you with our fan cam did you have any doubt the ravens would pull it out. >> no i didn't have any doubts. they looked good yesterday. i think they're all going to mold together and gel and everything is going to be fine in the end. >> no i didn't, because we have an awesome defensive team. >> i didn't know if we were going to pull it out. but i'm glad we did and we got the win and that's all that matters. a win is a win. >> reporter: harbaugh said today that the play of his
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offensive line improved from a week ago. also improved is the condition of calechio who had to leave with back spasms. back to you for now. >> mark, great. thank you. green bay also won yesterday. and the packers come to town with a record of 2-2. the ravens though are three point favorites for sunday's game. >> it's a good one. still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at 5:00, paying tribute to a life lost. >> every kind gesture is something that just helps us get through everything. >> family and friends of yeardley love run in her honor while trying to educate others about domestic violence. a look at the event coming up. >> every monday the mayor visits a different school in the city to try to convince children to come to school. i'm mike schuh, the story next. >> the national aquarium gets
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ready to accept its new members; i'm monique griego, and coming up the first set of animals coming from a near by location. >> and when will the sun return, don't miss the updated weather with bob turk. ,,,,,,,,
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it's cloudy and 59 degrees here in central maryland right now. your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. it's been more than three years since yeardley love was murdered by her boyfriend at the university of virginia. now as athletes prepare for the running festival on saturday a team called every yard for yeardley will be running in her honor. >> you think about why you're running and it, you know it
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brings yeardley to mind through every mile. and in good ways, happy and sad ways. >> reporter: in 2010 her sister yeardley was beaten and left to die by her boyfriend george hughley. both were lacrosse plays at the university of virginia. saturday lexi and a team called every yard for yeardley will lace up their sneakers. fund raising for educational programs designed to combat relationship violence. >> she was the most generous kind person i ever knew. and to see all these people come from near and far for these races, it just constantly remind me of what a great person she was. >> reporter: each year, domestic violence kills 450 people each year.
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every year, they hold the one love foundation. an app asks young women questions about their relationship and provides resources for those in danger. every yard for yeardley started when a group of friends ran in her honor and has since grown. >> every kind gesture along the way is something that just helps us get through everything. it means the world to my mom and i and we are very grateful. >> reporter: the race is this saturday for more information on how you can help and to learn more about the one love foundation go to cbs baltimore.com. >> if you're waiting for somebody to get home from work. let's check in on our roads right now. hi christie. >> hi everybody. we're starting to see some delays out there along northbound i85. if you're traveling in that direction. traffic is slowing down
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approaching the fort mchenry tunnel. we do have an accident at liberty roadblocking the light hand lane. you're going to see delays back there to 85. as far as 295 goes on the northbound direction slow traffic from 175 over to 100. a couple of accidents in the heartford county area. that's been a big accident spot. sable wood road involving a turnover vehicle. and westbound 40 at japa road. also watch for an accident at west mcfail. traveling 100 eastbound a crash there blocking the right hand lane. on the outer loop from 83 to 95. 52miles per hour average and 11 minutes to get by. as you can see we still have a bit of congestion on the inner loop. this traffic report is brought to you by tmc. see your business cash flow in a brand new way. go to pnc.com/cash flow
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insight. back to you. >> krisi, thank you. a recent study of drop outs in baltimore shows, for those who drop out absences start in elementary school. the mayor is personally asking students to keep coming to class. >> reporter: in baltimore, 15% of elementary school kids miss more than 20 days a year. so the mayor is using the celebrity of being mayor -- >> to encourage the students to come to school on town. >> reaching numbers such as 98, 99% attendance, they get it. >> reporter: but even with such high number ofs, the mayor tells them -- high numbers, the mayor tells them about a competition. >> it sticks with you for the rest of your life so i want to do everything i can with the
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time that i have to make sure that i'm giving that good impression to our kids and making the things that i care about important to them as well. >> reporter: last week it was fredrick elementary, today she's in upper fell and this will continue every monday. her visit shows his kids what they can achieve. >> as a regular person who grew up in baltimore, who went through a series of hoops to rise to the point where she is now, and that really is great for our kids because it gives them a sense of what is attainable. >> reporter: they asked if she's rich. lives in a mansion and has a limo. no townhouse and no, the answers. a few minutes on a monday morning with perhaps a lasting effect. >> we need to make sure every one of them is in school, prepared to learn because we're turning over all of this to them. >> the mayor's competition
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continues until the day before thanksgiving. >> all right. >> i like it. >> very good program. we have much nicer weather headed our way. we had some good rain today. and very high winds in cecil county. most of us did not see that at all. all. temperature 59,, for sein a whole new way. for seeing what cash is coming in and going out... so you can understand every angle of your cash flow- last week, this month, and even next year. for seeing your business's cash flow like never before, introducing cash flow insight powered by pnc cfo.
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a live look outside. i'm loving this use of sky, chopper 13 thank you. seeing some sun. >> who is in the picture right there. >> you got it. >> guaranteed we might see a little -- not a whole lot of sun because it sets so early. but later tonight the stars will come out. the temperatures back in the 40s to low 50s. so we're back to where we should be this time of year rather than the upper 80s to near 90 this weekend. but it wasn't all that humid. that's true. take a look at temps now, we're at 59. still 71 with rain at ocean city. had strong storms across cecil county as we showed you. 62 in cumberland because the skies are brightened out there. the temperatures were down and they're coming back up briefly.
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locally upper 50s to low to mid- 60s in the area. overnight tonight once again it's been a lot cooler than it has been recently. new jersey that's where the rain is. just about east of cambridge to about ocean city for the next two hours. it'll continue to rain at the beach. salisbury another 20 minutes. easton almost over. west of the bay generally that's it. one or two sprinkles. so drier air moves in tonight. tomorrow a lot of sunshine. much cooler day. only around the upper 60s to 87 degrees. the only fly in the ointment and it's going to be a big fly. this is going to go to the east coast. but what's left of remnants in central florida. that may come up off the carolina coast by wednesday and
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thursday. and with big area of high pressure developing to our north you might start seeing easterly wind which could really bring up the clouds from the ocean. we have a chance late wednesday which could linger into the end of the week for clouds, damp rain possible. now we've been really deficit in the rain amounts so we can really use rain. right now if the front continues to push off to the east. a lot of dry air comes in. it may hold but we do have to let you know, we could see several days of dreary cooler and wet weather coming up next week. you see the models showing some rain into the carolinas by wednesday. it may get this far north by wednesday night. just keep that in mind. northwest winds 10 to 15 knots in the bay. the sunrises 7:10, sets 6:30. 50degrees overnight with clear skies overnight. then tomorrow back up near 70.
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which is smack dab normal. tomorrow sunny to partly sunny skies. >> normal? what's normal. we haven't had normal. >> exactly. okay bob, still ahead, weekend raids leads a terrorist in custody. what information he may reveal. court documents unveil how -- >> and making sure tax bills add ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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it is 5: 5:29. good evening everybody. thank you for staying with wjz. and today a documents reveal what a former police recruit's case will go. >> reporter: after authorities
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say training instructor william kern used his own gun instead of a training weapon during a training exercise. kern's defense attorney will try to prove he was supposed to have a live weapon to ensure the safety of the officers and cadets. at least one person who is authorized to carry a firearm must be armed with a live weapon. court documents also reveal the training gun and the real weapon are roughly the same size, weight and measurement. the only difference is that the grip of the training weapon is blue. any individual gripping a training device in the same fashion as they would grip a live weapon would not see the entirety of the blue grip. the effective muscle memory and recall of an officer of 17 years such as defendant kern would cause that officer to engage in the same mechanics of withdrawing, aiming and firing a training device like they would a live weapon. eyewitness news found though other police departments used training weapons entirely
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colored blue to avoid any confusion. >> william kern is charged with second degree assault and reckless endangerment. both are misdemeanors. meantime the recruit who was shot is out of the hospital. his family has filed a civil suit against kern and the city. a u.s. trooper remains under critical condition. sunday morning trooper jaquelin kline helped another trooper pull over a suspected drunk driver. she was hit by a car driven by 21-year-old enrique guzman as she was walking along the shoulder. charges are pending against guzman. a two car crash leaves one person dead and another injured in college park. the cars collided between i95 and new hampshire avenue early this morning. the incident closed all lanes for a short time.
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the crash is under investigation. at least six more militants in kenya are wanted in last month's mall massacre. denise is live in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: police in kenya released new video of two suspects at the mall massacre. these two men entering a bank in nairobi were paying for a car that was used to take the terrorists to the west gate mall. the video indicates the deadly attack was planned weeks in advance. the mitsubishi was used -- survivors of the attack say terrorists first lobbed grenades into the interior of the mall to stun the guards. mary. >> all right, denise. thank you. so far six suspects have been identified in the the attack that left more than 60 dead. two u.s. special forces raids are conducted in russia. one is to erase the master mind of a terrorist attack.
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another a leader. the military will only confirm capturing one of them. abu anas al-libi is now being questioned for his alleged role in the 1998 bombings in american embassies in africa. before american special forces captured him in libya on saturday, al-libi was on the most wanted list. and there was a bounty for his arrest. officials in libya call the operation an abduction. and said libyan nationals should be tried in their own country. traveling over seas, secretary of state john kerry defended the operation. >> the united states of america is going to do everything in its power that is legal and appropriate in order to enforce the law and protect our security. >> reporter: al-libi is expected to be transferred to new york where he will be put on trial. navy seals stormed a compound trying to capture the suspected
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master mind of a massacre in a mall in kenya. it appears the suspect known as akrima was not killed or captured. the seals got into a fire fight and had to withdraw. in new york, wendy gillette. >> al-libi's family members said he had been living openly in libya and had no ties to terror crews. it's the same manhattan site where a crane collapsed during superstorm sandy last year. the crane is now secured and residents are being allowed back into their homes. fortunately no injuries were reported. taking the tack man private is in a bill being introduced in baltimore city council
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following allegations of errors in sales tax. >> reporter: whether it's getting rid of the trash on firefighters, the city has to take care of its bills. but not all property tax are error free. some homestead properties have received incorrect bills. the city council has called to privatized tax collecting. it's a move that the city is trying to stave off saying the process has been improved. basically by using more computer power and less human handling. after the type of errors being made, according to the city's auditor. >> what the paper said the errors were causing properties to under pay their taxes. >> reporter: in an investigation by wjz's media
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partner the baltimore sun, $700,000 was under paid by three properties. in recent years, $2 million went uncollected from tax credit accounts. >> we basically went through all 2,783 tax credit accounts identified any errors, cleaned them up and the bills that went out in july reflect that cleaning is due. >> we're dedicated to making sure this is right. >> reporter: or face pressure to have the changes corrected. time now for a quick look at some of the stories you will find in tomorrow morning's edition of the baltimore sun. a preview of canton crassing one of the city's largest new -- crossing one of the city's largest new retail centers. and one man's mission will be complete when he cross it is
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line in saturday's marathon. and a look at the scholar athletes amazing graduation rate. >> remember for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. the national aquarium in baltimore is welcoming some new animals after their dc home closed its doors for good due to renovations. wjz is live, monique griego is at the aquarium with a closer look at the changes. mononeck. >> reporter: this is just the first look of animals to come up here in baltimore. the national aquarium is going to receive at least 1,700 animals from dc. there were a lot of eels and fish. four wills isn't the way you would expect an eight arm octopus to travel. but packaged in cardboard is exactly the way that this guy arrived from washington, d.c. >> hi buddy. you okay? >> reporter: he's part of the
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first group of animals to make the long some what stressful trip north from the recently closed aquarium in washington, d.c. >> everything went well. he was responsive when i opened the box. so everybody down in dc did an excellent job. >> reporter: the dc aquarium lost its space due to renovations. in all baltimore will receive 1,600 animals of their entire number. the fish were unloaded at a holding facility in fells point. >> it's a very intricate process. there's a lot of animals that we're moving that have specific habitats that we need to pay attention to. cold water versus warm water, reef systems versus not. >> reporter: all of the animals will spent 60 to 90 days in quarantine here at the holding facility. >> which means they come in, we check them for health issues. we make sure they're all clean with a clean bill of health.
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>> reporter: trucks will continue bringing up animals from fish to turtle, frogs and even sea horses. this new octopus will make two at the aquarium but some of the animals will be some we've never seen before. >> having him come in is just going to be an added benefit for everyone. >> reporter: now the octopus and the other animals have to stay in those small containers for a few hours just so they can get used to their new surroundings before being moved to the holding tank. as of right now we're not clear when exactly they will go on display at the national aquarium here. monique griego. >> we will be patient, monique. the national aquarium will look at how they can keep a presence in dc but for now nothing official has been planned. we like that they're here in baltimore. >> yes, more octopuses.
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he's like let me stretch my arms out. >> he needs a bigger tank. winds damage homes in china. the latest on the latest typhoon. and today's arrest in the violent new york attack next. and i'm bob turk with the latest in the weathe,,,,,,,,,,,,
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all right getting some breaks in the clouds west of this course. we're going to be settling over the next few hours. nice shot there. chelsea has a look at a nicer looking tuesday. >> we will start the morning off on the cooler side. temperatures right around 55 degrees. we will have clouds throughout the daytime. temperatures around 70 degrees by midday. as we head into dinner time temperatures right around 60 degrees with partly cloudy skies. now bob is inside with a look at your next five days. >> don't let these rain symbols scare you. it may not happen.
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partly to mostly sunny tomorrow. 70, a chance we will see some shower activity. if it does in fact, get here thursday and friday going to be only in the mid-60s. but once again it may start southeast of us and miss us entirely. and it may miss us again on saturday but the high expected at # six -- 76. by the time we get to wednesday we will have a look at the system if it does develop. a typhoon strikes eastern china and creates severe flooding. thousands of people were evacuated and placed in several airports across the country have been cancelled. now clean up begins as residents head home to waste deep water. attorneys for accused colorado movie theater shooter james holmes begin arguing a motions hearing today. the attorneys believe evidence collected by investigators should not be included at trial. they've filed numerous motions to suppress evidence.
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homes is charged with fatally shooting 12 people and injurying 70 others in an aurora movie theater. mexican police are searching for answers after a monster truck crash kills eight people including four children. the massive red truck runs over a hurdle then plows right into a crowd of people in the stands. nearly 30 people were taken to the hospital, a dozen more remain in critical condition tonight. one official says it's possible the truck driver was drinking before that crash. the evident was suspended after the incident. a fourth motorcyclists is in police custody in the chase and shooting of an suv accident. michelle miller reports for wjz with the very latest. police say the person seen
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pulling the range rover's door open is this man. robert sims of brooklyn. they say the man who later slammed his helmet is regional chance. 37 also from brooklyn. >> chance's lawyer say his client overreacted and broke the window. but denied taking part in the beating. >> if you look at the video, you will see my client, immediately after smashing a window. return to his bicycle. and there are still photographs in possession of the district attorney that will show you he's not physically present. >> reporter: both men have been charged with gang assault. an unknown attacker tried to yank his wife and 2-year-old daughter out of the vehicle. >> i heard a lot of people screaming and telling the man, no not the woman. not the woman. there's a child.
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there's a child. >> reporter: sergio consuegro was late for church as he was watching the man being beaten by several men. >> he was being beaten. >> very hard, very hard. >> reporter: and you went straight to the man that was beating him. >> i said that's it guy. let it go. let it go. >> reporter: at least three off duty new york police officers now admit to being in last week's motorcycle rally. one of them a detective who works undercover even saw the attack but fearful of revealing his idea did not intervene. >> a teenager is dead after a train collides with their family's suv on an ohio railroad track. police say there's no gate at the crossing. the 15-year-old girl is driving with her dad and four sisters
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in the car. the father and daughter are hurt and recovering at the hospital. a man is hailed a hero after saving a woman from a fiery accident in california. melanie woodrow has more . >> talked the whole trip. >> reporter: the family was driving on the 101 in oxnard. the car veered and set the car on fire. six more were damaged. >> i knew i had to stop and do something. >> so bob jumped this guardrail and rescued the truck's female driver. >> saw him leaning in the driver's side and trying to get her to come out. and as he was doing that, i
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could see the flames starting to come up in the back of the cab. so that's when he kind of freaked out and started screaming. >> reporter: amy shot this video on her cell phone and in this video posted on you tube, you can see the bright red flames and thick black smoke. >> it's crazy. i said we have to get out. >> reporter: bob's daughter and nephew anxiously watched. >> i hope he's okay. >> reporter: firefighters arrived and drenched the mangled metal car and big rig remains. >> you saved this woman's life. >> i think i did. >> that's what bobby does. that's why we all love him so much. >> reporter: bob got the driver's name but it seems now everybody knows his. the michaels made it to disneyland where bob was named honorary citizen for the day. >> reporter: the driver of the big rig is recovering at a near by medical facility. no word yet if she will be charged with anything. >> check in with eyewitness news at 6:00 for all new stories coming up. denise is in the newsroom with a preview for us. >> severe weather strikes
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maryland. you can see the damage caused here in cecil county. complete first warning weather coverage will continue as 6:00. >> plus breaking news an update on the attempt to remove a naval academy from the high profile case of three football players accused of sexual assault. >> and check in for these stories and all the breaking news coming up all new at 6:00, now back to you. denise, thank you. it is a first for buckingham palace. today the queen's home will host the game. >> do you think they have a little feel in there some where. a little field. >> they're always up to something. >> just a little field. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. a child slips past airport security lands himself on a plane to sin city.
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>> how he did it and more on his trip coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,
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a 9-year-old takes the trip of a lifetime as he sneaks past airline security. whitacker reports with more on how the kid did it. >> reporter: it all started at the minneapolis st. paul airport. a 9-year-old boy who's name has not been released took the light rail from home to the airport made it past the tsa screeners and boarded a plane to las vegas without a boarding ticket. >> in my wildest manage nation i don't know how he could do it. >> reporter: taking a bag off the carusel and sitting to eat at a restaurant. he told the waitress he needed to use the restroom leaving his baggage the bill. >> the next day he decided he
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was going to go to las vegas and he did it. >> reporter: he got through security possibly blending in with a family. >> it wasn't the fact that he potentially could have had a weapon on him he was screened. the real question is, how do you get aboard an airplane without the proper validation that you belong there. >> reporter: it wasn't until a crew member that found the boy was alone. >> he has a lot of explaining to do to his parents and authorities. >> they're reviewing policys to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> of all the places to go, vegas. and you're nine. the national aquarium gets
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coming up right now on wjz news at 6:00, a federal lawsuit against a navy academy student.
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shutdown week two. any signs of a breakthrough in negotiations? the ravens muscle up for a win in miami. we'll hear what coach harbaugh is saying about his team's first road win of the year coming up. >> check in for these stories and all the day's breaking news wjz eyewitness news at 6:00 starts now. hello everybody i'm denise koch. >> and i'm jessica kartalija in for vick carter. powerful storm caused damage. wjz just arrived at

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