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now at 5:00, moments of impact. new video of the supertyphoon. where it is now and the troubles to deal with the storm's aftermath. >> a helping hand. the bay area playing a role in recovery efforts after typhoon haiyan. >> details on a major recall of ready-made salads. abc7 news at 5:00 starts right now. the breaking news is on the peninsula where a shelter in place way, in effect for residents in a redwood city neighborhood because of a fire burning at a metal recycling plant nearby. that fire is putting up a lot of smoke in the air, and the smoke has been spreading across a wide part of the peninsula.
it was reported at the simms metal management plant, near the port of redwood city. a pile of scrap metal caught fire and is creating all the smoke. the city is asking neighbors living nearby to stay indoors and keep doors and windows shut. hospitals have been notified. and rods near the recycling center are closed. the smoke is blowing in a southwesterly direction. officials say the fire is in the process of being extinguished but may take four hours to do. so we'll have a reporter live at 6:00. >> happening now. several people leaving the 49ers game this evening are reporting thick smoke near candlestick. you can see it here from our sutro tower cam, a photo from the fire burning northeast of the parking lot. officials say there are no injuries or evacuations and theyable and to have the fire
under control soon. >> now, to the latest developments as the philippines struggles to recover from typhoon haiyan. some relief flights are making their way in and out of the airport, the first city hit by the typhoon. the mayor says it's possible that up to 10,000 people died in the storm. the storm surge created a 20-foot wall of water and some areas still have not been reached because they're cut off by flooding and landslides. >> we want to show you some new video in tonight that shows the ferocity of the few -- typhoon. the moment it hit land. take a look. >> windows didn't stand a chance. those winds so powerful, smashing windows, ripping off portions of the building's roof. these images were captured
friday as haiyan battered a hotel. some residents stood in prayer as the storm roared through. here's the latest. reporter: wind, water; and weeping. all the cruel calling cards of supertyphoon haiyan. winds driving rain up to 159 miles-per-hour, left behind wastelands. ace hundreds are known dead with the toll likely to soar into the thousands. >> we just made a mass grave for 57 people who died, says the mayor of this town. that number is going do increase. the storm made this chapel a morgue. relatives looking for lost loved ones pray not to find them here. giant waves wash this huge ship ashore, and storm surges as high as 20 feet are feared to have swept many victims out to sea. others believed lost under
mounds of debris. soldiers desperately search for life beneath this block of cement. for some it was too late. hundreds of thousands are going to relief centers, desperate for necessities. >> we need food, clothes, weather says this man. it should be given towels immediately. 90 u.s. marines arrived from japan with supplies for victims of the storm and to help in search and rescue efforts. with so much of the philippines still flooded and electricity and communication cut and so many roads choked off by debris, the sufferings of millions of storm victims are just beginning. abc news. >> the philippine national red cross says relief efforts are being hampered by looters. the president is now considering declaring a state of emergency or martial law. a steady stream of typhoon victims are arriving at the airport looking for food, water, and escape. they're begging for more help.
>> get international help to come here now. not tomorrow, now. this is really, really, like bad, bad, worse than hell. worse than hell. >> officials there say many of the first responders were also affected by the typhoon, contributing to the slow response. president obama says he and his wife, michelle, are deeply sad ended by the death and damage. the president says the u.s. is provide, quote, significant humanitarian assistance. >> here in the bay area tonight, an outpouring of relief is ongoing to help those in the philippines. we're live in san bruno with a look at how people are opening their hearts and wallets. cornell? reporter: people are stepping up in a very big way to help tonight, and church services and drive-through relief efforts to get help to the philippines. >> thank you! >> there werelets of spouttive horn honkses but even better
were those like jennifer, who stopped to give. >> to help people. to help our fellow filipinos. it feel goods to, and for like the earth, they have to suffer, to help a little bit. >> car after car, help arrived, this relief effort collected cash and food donations for the victims of the supertyphoon, disaster that devastated the philippines. >> the tragedy they're going through so anything to help. >> this effort, sparked by project pearls, which helps underprivileged kids in the philippines. now that relief mission has now boundaries. >> we just try our best to help everyone, especially those in need, and try to support them as best as we can. >> it's been hard. >> see is volunteering but is worried sick about her parents who are vacationing in the storm-ravaged area. >> as of now we have gotten a call from a friend from a
friend, and supposedly they're okay. i haven't talked to my parents themselves, but we're praying they're all good. >> not far away, prayers for the victims at the first filipino american unite church of christ. >> we know there is no food, they don't have housing, they're trying to find family members, saying goodbye to them. >> at the end of the service, a simple green basket was used to collect donations for the victims, and as amazing grace played, every member of the church took time to give. ♪ >> and the church says it will continue to collect donations through the month. meantime, that relief drive on the el camino collected 47 boxes of food and $1,600 in donations. live in san bruno, abc7 news.
if you would like to help those affected by the storm, go to our web site and click on "see it on tv". haiyan is now weakening. leigh glaser is tracking the storm. >> it certainly is but still packing some pretty good wind speeds. right now it's category one, starting to move in just to the northeast portions of vietnam, but it's just barely a typhoon, as it makes its way, landfall, head can towards the north northeast. winds will start to come down to 60 miles-per-hour later this evening, and as it heads into the southeastern portions of china by monday morning, looks like the winds will die down to 40 miles-per-hour. it will dedowngradeed to a area of low pressure then. so, it looks like the worst from this is about to end.
many of those who evacuated in vietnam in preparation of the supertyphoon have return home tonight. vietnam's coast appears to have been spared the brunt of haiyan's force, as leighshowed us, a weekenned high yap made landfall in northern vietnam. 600,000 people living in the central region were evacuated. another nation in haiyan's path was battered with heavy wind and strong reasons. it's the 30th typhoon to hit china this year. several flights were cancelled due to the weather, leaving 400 people stranded. our coverage on this developing story continues now on our web site, our facebook page and on twitter. ahead, the annual event to honor those who served our country. the veterans day parade makes its way through the streets of san francisco. vets say it's an important event. >> how we communicate, it's
this on tv, they'll think about veterans, and they'll honor and remember. i think veterans have earned it. >> veteran's day is tomorrow. the parade featured marching bands, classic cars and helicopters. organizations that people less fortunate are asking for your hope. officials at the food bank say they're committed to providing 2500 turkeys to 170 social service agencies. right now the food bank is 1800 birds short of its commitment. community members can donate money and/or food, five days a week, at either the san francisco or ma rein locations from 8:00 to 5:00. some popular convenient meals are under a recall tonight after an e.coli scare. the affected products, ahead. the men some are calling the face of bullying in the nfl, and now richie incog nate to --
recall involving possible ecolie contamination. a salved and sand witch wraps. they're recalling more than 180,000 pounds of the products with fully cooked chicken and ham. the items are sold under the names delish. and trade joe's. the products were produced between september 23rd and november 6th. here's a look at the packaging labels. the recall covers a total of 16 items sold at various stores. for a full product list visit our web site, abc7 news.com and click on "see it on tv". >> miami dolphins offensive loinman richie incognito says it was the culture of the locker room that resulted in the racist and profane language he used with not teammate. a left a voice mail message to jonathan martin that contained the n-word and other aggressive language. martin left the team amid
allegations he was bullied. incognito says he is not a racist or bully. >> i spoke with him through text messages. said i blame the culture, i blame what was going on around me. and when all this stuff got going, swirling, and, bull ing and my name got attached it to. i texted the man and said, what's up with this, man? he said, not coming from me. i haven't said anything to anybody. i'm like, okay. >> incognito says they martin left him a threatening message a week before living the team. monday is right around the corner and it is veteran's day. let's fine out what the weather will be like. >> going to start to see signs of change. we'll do so tonight. you can see live doppler 7 hd picking up the low clouds and even some high and mid-level clouds sitting just off the coast in advance of a very weak cold front that will bring parts
of the bay area a chance of a few light showers, monday night, tuesday morning a live shot from the roof cam, a hazy, milky sky because of the fires on the peninsula, some known drifting north. san francisco right now, 66. 60 in los gatos. this is from the sutro cam. once again, the sun is setting. things getting darker right know. here's a look at the forecast highlights as we look live over the bay, seeing a little bit of lot fog advancing towards the bay, and that's what will happen tonight. so fog reforms overnighted. chance of rain, mainly the north bay, and overnight -- well, monday evening, early tuesday morning, and then after that get ready for mild and dry weather. temperatures overnight tonight, a little cooler in the north bay valley areas. the fog will sit.
the low 40s there. the rest of us mid-to-upper 40s, and here's the setup, folks. high pressure has been bringing us really nice, mild conditions the past four to five days. we're going to start the toe see the highs weak ', the jet stream will get close to the bay area, and the tail end of the cold front will thick 'our cloud -- thicken our includeds tomorrow, temperatures come down and bringing a rain threat to the north bay monday night and tuesday morning. here's the timing. 11:00 tonight through tomorrow morning, commute time, if you are going to work with the low clouds and fog near san francisco, and then by 5:00 tomorrow afternoon, the clouds really start to race in. this is 10:00 tomorrow evening, and you can clearly see the defining rain line. the cold front making its way into the north bay. by 5:00 a.m. commute time tuesday, ucould i a, down to santa rosa -- this is going to affect mainly sonoma county, and
this 9:00 a.m., staying just to the north of the golden gate bridge. and then by tuesday afternoon, it's out of here and we should see sunshine. a very weak system, and it looks like most of the moisture, as i said, north of the golden gate. here's a look at the highs for tomorrow. generally mid-to-upper 60s across the bay area. thickening clouds for the veterans day tomorrow, leading to showers. slight chance in the north bay for tuesday morning. then wednesday, thursday, friday, back up, mild, dry, and the 70s. >> sow much, leigh. colin rush is here with spots since shu is at the stick. niners -- >> this was an ugly game throughout. you thought it would pick up. never did. the league's worst passing offense did nothing to improve their standing today. how the panthers held collin kaepernick and the niners offense to 45 total
>> billed as the battle of freakishly athletic quarterback, the defenses took center stage today. niners and panthers. jim harbaugh can still throw a pretty ball. that would have been the longest pass of the game for the niners, on the day they get manningham back. vernon davis going down with a concussion, panthers recover the fumble. late second quarter, carolina get on the board.
williams, 27 yards, 9-7. fourth quarter, missed from 48 and a third. split the uprights from 53. panthers lead 10-9. then carolina trying to ice it. the panthers would recover. niners get one last shot. second and long. 5 seconds to go. kap picked. 10-9 the final, niners, 151 total yards. the five-game win streak is over. >> sinking feeling right now. didn't get the job done as a team. and that -- we'll bounce back, come storming back. >> famous alec baldwin line, coffee is for closerrers. no coffee for the raiders. they couldn't close the deal. great start. opening kickoff, jones pops the ball into the hands of holmes.
two plays later. pryor purposes it in -- punches it in. less than a minute into the game. special teams making plays on both sides. taylor scoops and scores. 1:30 left in the half. porter steps in front of the manning pass. 43 yards for six. manning's 16th interception. third quarter, 20-14 raiders. driving. pryor gets picked. oh, no, this is bad. all the way back. to the four yard line. brown, first game since breaking his leg in the preseason final here, 115-yardsyards there. raiders down four. pryor sacked for a fourth time. raiders now 3-6. tonight at 6:00, more niner reaction. terrell owens talks to mike
shuman. his thoughts on the day he was the honorary captain for the niners, and they could have used him as a wide receiver today. shot neces is this flu shot necessary? it keeps you healthy during flu season. but does it hurt? nah. plus you get a really sweet bandaid! anything else i should know? here's a thought, try scoring more points on the other team. okay. even a warrior can get sick. kaiser permanente reminds you to get your flu shot this season.
metal plant. world news is next. welcome to "world news." tonight, the staggering toll now emerging this sunday. up to 10,000 feared dead in one of the most powerful storms ever recorded. our team inside the devastation tonight. one survivor saying it was like the end of the world. >> i am not a racist. that from the miami dolphins star at the center of a much different storm tonight. the new interview. how he explains the hazing and bullying claims and what he reveals about the text messages. called the elephant in the room, tonight, chris christie responds to that headline in "time magazine." as george stephanopoulos asks, will he serve all four years as governor? or is there another office in mind? and, bracing for impact. we all remember that meteorite. tonight, the new warning about the giant satellite now hurtling toward us. when will it hit? and do scientists have any idea where?