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a large fire burning right now as the weather heightens fire danger around the y breaking news. a large fire burning right now as the weather heightens fire danger around the bay area. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm terry mcsweeney. breaking news out of napa county. crews are just arriving on scene of a large wildfire as the bay area is under a red flag warning. we've been talking about that the last couple of days. strong winds contributing to fire danger. the latest fire burning near atlas peak east of yonkville. we've learned the fire has really jumped from about 20, now they're saying at least 200 acres, moving fast. this is a photo from hostel vineyards.
multiple fires burning in sonoma county. we just got an emergency alert from the sonoma county sheriff talking about a number of fires burning in sonoma county. go to nbcbayarea.com for the latest updates on that. more later in this newscast as well. it's been a busy day for crews in the napa area. firefighters are working through the night to monitor a fire near the napa airport that started about 2:30 at a salvage yard in american canyon packed with dozens of vehicles. strong winds helped that fire grow rapidly to 20 acres, smoke could be seen for miles around. firefighters have a handle on that fire but they are staying there overnight monitoring hot spots. investigators say the cause was a car that crashed nearby. how long will these dangerous conditions last? big question tonight. nbc bay area tracking the forecast. >> unfortunately we still have the perfect combination for that increased elevated fire danger. and the temperatures right now actually increasing because those winds are starting to pick
up. if you notice in the napa area where those fires are, we're talking about temperatures still in the 70s. we are under a wind advisory and we've seen wind speeds increase rapidly within the past hour or so. earlier we were nice and calm. look at napa dealing with 30 plus miles per hour. that is going to create issues for the fight against those fires. we'll seeing gusty conditions, probably 40 plus miles per hour. judging by the models, looks like wind speeds will be picking up throughout the night, which is why that red flag warning will remain in place at least through tuesday morning. i want to show you how strong these gusty windy conditions are expected to get in the next couple of hours, fast forwarding to 1:30. napa, trun miles per ho-mile-pe. 41 miles an hour. winds only get stronger throughout the night and low humidity. the other top story, following breaking news here in san jose. we first brought you this story at 9:00 on our newscast then.
a fatal shooting in south san jose on the 200 block of tradewinds drive near oak grove high school. david gonzalez from our sister station telemundo tray was out there talking to worried neighbors. >> reporter: it's a tense situation. police have been combing the area for hours. some people have been forced out of their home during this investigation. the shooting happened just before 7:00 tonight. neighbors say they heard what they thought were fireworks coming from nearby oak grove high school. once they realized it was gunfire, many took cover in their homes. officers found one male victim who had been shot. he later died at a local hospital. neighbors say it's the second shooting in the area this week and they are very concerned. >> it's a friendly neighborhood. all of a sudden you hear someone got shot? you get scared, you know? it's quite concerning for the community. and the schools are around us. it's a bit shocking. >> neighbors say they saw a suspicious car circling the neighborhood right before the shooting. police have yet to confirm any
arrests. in the south bay a dangerous situation near san jose's main transit hub. police trying to figure out if a woman forced out of a taxi cab is the victim of a kidnapping, it was a violent scene. marianne favro was at the san jose diridon station. >> reporter: it started when a cab driver picked up a woman at tasman and great american parkway this morning and drove her to diridon station. police say two men in a white lexus tried to convince the woman to get out of the taxi. she refused and the cab drove off. investigators say the men stopped the taxi, slashed several tires with a knife, and stabbed the driver, then pulled the woman from the back seat of the cab and drove off with her. >> it's not uncommon. >> reporter: taxi drivers we talk to say their job is becoming increasingly more dangerous. and this attack has left them on alert.
>> it's surprising, especially the kidnapping. >> the cab driver survived and was treated at the scene. these friends were headed to a concert tonight near the station and are rethinking where they park. >> trying to snatch the lady out of the car? i mean -- it's not safe anymore. that's how i would feel now. they need to beef up more security people here in the station. >> reporter: police are trying to track fountain four suspects, two men and two women, last seen in a white lexus with a license plate ending in 801. investigators say because the suspects used the victim's name, they believe they knew her. >> marianne favro reporting. another troubling situation also at a train station, this one in the east bay. lafayette bart station closed for hours today after an attempted robbery left three people suffering from stab wounds. police say the attacker is still on the loose tonight. it happened about 10:00 a.m. bart police say the suspect told
a man to hand over his backpack. he refused. during the following clash, the robbery victim and two others were stabbed. none of them had a life-threatening injuries. a follow-up to a hit-and-run in marin county during a bike ris. police arrested a 21-year-old man aaccused of swerving into four cyclists during that charity race yesterday. one cyclist was left in critical condition. the motorcyclist captured the crash on a camera mounted to his helmet. once police released those photos of the truck involved, people started calling in, they knew about that truck, one of the tips led to the damaged truck parked outside a house in novato. 21-year-old aaron path arrested and charged with felony hit and run. 49ers find themselves in the middle of a political controversy. the vice president's decision to leave today's game in indianapolis is causing quite a stir on social media. some are now saying the president orchestrated the whole thing, part of a political stunt. nbc bay area tom jensen reports
from san francisco. >> reporter: during a game in his home state between the 49ers and the indianapolis colts -- ♪ by the dawn's early light >> reporter: vice president pence walked out after several niners knelt during the national anthem, part of an ongoing civil rights players criticized by some as disrespecting the flag. while his motorcade headed toward the airport pence tweet, potus and i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our flag or our national anthem. the president tweets, i asked vice president pence to leave the stadium if any players kneeled, saying he was proud of him. 49ers safety eric reid said what pence did was nothing more than a political and oppressive publicity stunt. >> he knew our team had the most players' protests. he knew that we were probably going to do it again. >> reporter: some people
enjoying fleet week telling nbc area they agree with reid, including one marine. >> it's their constitutional right. that's what we fight for. it's part of the constitution. so they're entitled to do what they choose. >> it's about how they feel and who are we to judge that? >> reporter: others told me they agree with the vp, kneeling during the anthem disrespects the flag. >> i support my vice president. >> is it the flag you fight for or the freedom? >> both, they represent the same thing. >> it's about us being united,ing to as one. we need to show respect for that flag. there's people that served, that died. >> reporter: and the other question tonight is, was this an expensive political statement? the vice president flying from las vegas to indianapolis and then back here to the west coast to los angeles where he is tonight. as you know, the administration already under scrutiny with the health and human services secretary resigning after a
million dollars in travel expenses on private and military planes and the treasury secretary steven mnuchin, $800,000 in military aircraft travel. >> thanks very much. as discussions continue on a potential deal to reform the daca immigration program, president trump released a new list of so-called immigration principles tonight that must be included in any deal. experts say it could derail potential agreement. the president's legislative proposal includes funding a wall along the border with mexico, a crackdown on central american children coming into the country, limits on federal grants to sanctuary cities, and it also seeks to curb legal immigration. when democrats agree to all that, the president says he'd support daca. but democratic leaders who were working on a deal with president trump to keep the daca or d.r.e.a.m.ers program say no deal, it leaves the fate of
d.r.e.a.m.ers very uncertain tonight. keep your valuables hidden. there's been a string of car break-ins in fremont. police say friday night people reported seven car burglaries. five on stevenson boulevard, two at pacific commons. police say each time witnesses described two people in a black two-door honda accord. they aren't just accused of breaking into cars. at stevenson a woman had her purse snatched. she says the suspects drove a black honda accord. an uber ride ended in gunfire in oakland. chp says a group of people called an uber in oakland, the car started heading south on 880, when the car reached 23rd avenue another car pulled up next to it and someone inside opened fire. three people in the uber car were hit by bullets, including the uber driver. investigators say it was not a random act. >> my biggest concern is the safety of the freeways. this was a targeted attack, meaning specifically targeted. it's not just if you jump into an uber you're going to be
subject to gunfire. >> the uber driver pulled off the road, a passenger jumped in the driver's seat, got everyone to the hospital. so far no description of the suspects or their car. still to come, a powerful tribute on the las vegas strip. the city did exactly one week after the deadly shooting massacre. plus the somber moment at sfo as one family continues to grieve. plus rescued from the river. dramatic new video of a coast guard rescue here in the bay area. winds are only expected to get stronger. right now in napa, as crews work to beat that fire, 30 plus miles an hour, red flag warnings, and how is we could see a change in the next couple of hours that will affect the firefighter. - literally years in the making. and some peninsula students- call their r-v - )home. ) the solution one superintendent has for this growing problem. that )s monday - on )today in e
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vineyards. we're learning of multiple fires burning in sonoma county about ten minutes ago we got an emergency alert from sonoma county sheriff. it's in napa county, several burning in sonoma county, the one up there on atlas peak last word we had, 200 acres burned. we'll have an update later. looking down now from a coast guard helicopter. new video showing a rescue just off the napa river. watch that man being pulled to safety. two men were riding jet skis near vallejo, one broke down. a good samaritan took one of the men to the vallejo boat ramp, the other stayed behind to tow the brokendown jet ski with the good one, he never arrived. coast guard found him with mild hypothermia. as you can see, they got him to safety. a powerful tribute tonight in las vegas. exactly one week after that shooting massacre. at 10:00 tonight, this happened. the lights on the famous
"welcome to las vegas" sign dimmed to mark one week since the tragedy. a couple of hotels also dimmed their lights in tribute to the victims. here in the bay area the body of novato victim stacey echeberre returned home. nbc area christie smith has that story. >> reporter: san francisco police escorted the body of stacey echeberre from the airport to a funeral home. the novato woman a beloved friend to many, wife to a san francisco police officer, killed in the las vegas massacre. as families continue to grieve, lawmakers continue to spar over gun control. the topic dominated the sunday morning talk shows. >> look, how many events do we want to have happen with these devices now? before we do something about it? >> reporter: feinstein admitted no law could have stopped the attacks since the gunman passed all background checks. but she along with other gun control advocates say there are other measures to take, such as limiting the use of bump stocks.
a bump stock allows a semiautomatic weapon to mimic an automatic weapon. >> i don't want to do anything to violate the constitution. but there are commonsense things we can do if democrats and republicans come together to reduce this violence in our communities. >> reporter: republican steve scalise, who was shot in june at a congressional baseball practice, says he stands for an unlimited right to bear arms. >> minority leader nancy pelosi already said she wants it to be a slippery slope, she doesn't want to stop at bump stocks. they want to limit the rights of gun owners. >> reporter: nra is calling for reviews and not necessarily a ban of so-called bump stocks. the nra wants the atf to regulate sales and for congress to not get involved. it's being called the most comprehensive drug pricing legislation in the country and it's due to be signed by governor jerry brown tomorrow. this bill requires pharmaceutical companies to tell health insurance providers about
prescription drug price hikes 60 days before those price hikes go into effect. it also forces the drug companies to give a reason for that increase. the goal is to make drug prices for public and private health plans more transparent here in the state. could become a national model. it was coauthored by san francisco assemblyman david chu. you probably saw it. they were hard to miss. fan tas ting, the blue angels flying one last time to cap off another successful fleet week. this is the event's 37th year. blue angels have performed since 1981. security was a concern after the shooting in las vegas but organizers say everything went off without a hitch. the backdrop spectacular, golden gate bridge, coit tower, on and on. service members say they had a great time. >> we really enjoyed our time,
spending time with the citizens, helping out the first responders, enjoying the air show as they're flying over the bay. >> thank you for being here. there are so many incredible images that come out of fleet week. this video coming up is among the best we have seen. birdseye view of the u.s. navy parachute team the leapfrogs. you get a look at the bay area you don't see every day. capturing amazing views of the bay area. as they jumped out of the plane coming on down to land there at the marina green. absolutely accurate, spectacular. spectacular weather. what a show. if you want to see more images from fleet week, we got 'em. find them on our home page nbcbayarea.com. look at this, the skyline in the background, golden gate bridge, and every year they just do it and they do it and organizers saying this year, in fact today, that the all-time largest crowd
to come out to witness fleet week. it's kind of tough to judge, because people are up in the hills in marin, in san francisco, they're all over the place looking up. those jets get everywhere. blue angels, all of you, thanks very much for coming. >> perfect weather for it too but now we're seeing a shift in weather. we're seeing some major issues due to the fires. i've been talking about that red flag warping. unfortunately now it appears we are dealing with a number of reported fires across the area. and the current temperatures right now are actually warming up compared to what we saw earlier. the reason for that, the winds are starting to pick up. just like the radar showed. napa 73. santa rosa 73. so we're talking about this fire, the atlas fire in the napa area, look at the temperature trend for napa. we're talking about temperatures that will be in the 60s. they will start dropping overnight. unfortunately the threat of that wind is very real. we're talking about wind speeds of 20.
30 plus miles per hour right now at this hour in napa. right near where that fire is. and unfortunately we're seeing dusts 40 plus miles per hour expected to increase into the overnight hours. pair that up with relative low humidity and we're dealing with a dangerous combination that unfortunately is not going to help in the fight against that fire or any other fires that might spark up overnight. the red flag warning is expected to remain in place through tuesday. unfortunately we're keeping the winds in the forecast at least into the overnight hours and into monday, but again, that biggest threat did come for the napa valley, and of course unfortunately for the sonoma county area, now we are dealing with those fires. looking ahead over the next couple of hours as the fire crews continue to fight this fire, unfortunately the winds are only expected to increase. so that's going to be one of the biggest threats. if you take a look by 1:30 a.m., we're dealing with 40 plus miles per hour. maximum sustained winds in that area. so unfortunately this is going to be a tough fight within the
next couple of hours. another thing to keep in mind, not just for today but through the beginning of your monday, it's going to be dangerous surf conditions heading out to the beach. tomorrow's forecast will be a little bit more comfortable, but still above average in some areas. livermore a high of 80. san jose 49. san francisco 75. over the next seven days we have a couple of changes on the way. expect the impact of the winds overnight into the early morning hours. temperatures will remain in the 80s. towards the end of the week we do see a drop in those temperatures as a nice cooling trend on the way. again, the main story tonight is going to be the impact of those strong gusty winds overnight, especially north bay and east bay hills. even the santa cruz mountain areas. just avoid burning anything near any dry brush in general. >> talking about that fire in napa county and atlas peak, 200 acres burned. we're getting new information from the sonoma county sheriff, evacuations ordered. near calistoga, kenwood.
that follows a previous tweet about fires in sonoma county. as you were talking about the red flag and the winds and you were saying to watch out, well, here come the fires. >> unfortunately they're only going to get stronger overnight. it's going to be a dangerous situation up there. still to come, what was hurricane nate slowing down. it's already left behind a lot of damage. one of the most powerful producers in hollywood fired from his own company today. the controversy that cost harvey weinstein his job.
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carolina. nbc has a look at the damage across the gulf coast. >> reporter: hurricane nate slammed into the gulf coast at a category 1 storm. the storm surge washed over roads and caused flooding in biloxi. the first floor of the golden nugget hotel and casino was filled with water. alabama's daw phone island hit with the storm's worst. >> it appear wed had a lot of jellyfish in our yard. about two feet of water. in the bottom of our house. a lot of mud and debris. >> reporter: roadways impassable, and reports of widespread power outages on the island. elsewhere nate's power washed small vessels ashore. it appeared to cause some soil erosion. many residents are breathing a sigh of relief. >> we are very lucky. it's really impressive that we haven't had so much damage as had been expected. >> reporter: while crews work to remove debris and repair power lines, for many residents life is back to normal. >> yeah, we're walking on the beach, looking for shells and
stuff. so it's much better than i thought yesterday. >> reporter: the threat from nate is over. but the atlantic hurricane season is not. it runs until the end of november. dan schenamen, nbc news. the struggle to restore power in puerto rico continues. a substation failed this morning leaving a lot more people without power. one report says 93% of the island has no power tonight. the failure forced the hospital to ask for help from the federal emergency management agency. the mayor says that help hasn't come. add to that the confirmed death toll in puerto rico rose again today. 38 people have now been killed because of the fierce storm. harvey weinstein is out of the weinstein company. the board of directors for the company announced the cofounder's termination. several accusations of sexual harassment surfaced a few days ago which led to the decision to fire him. it also surfaced that weinstein paid at least eight sexual harassment settlements to women over the past couple of decades.
he's been among hollywood's most powerful producers for decades along with his brother, winning best picture academy awards for "shakespeare in love" and "chicago." 49ers in the middle of political controversy but they ended up playing a thrilling overtime game too. here's ahmed fareed with sports. >> oh, we had a wild sunday in the nfl, both on and off the field. the 49ers go to overtime in indy and the raiders take on the ravens without their quarterback derek carr. plus an update on colin kaepernick next from the xfinity sports desk.
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to six weeks. some thought we may see him today but in the end the raiders decided to put the "carr" in manual, starting backup quarterback ej manuel. derek carr testing it out pregame. he was not healthy enough to play, though. they were wearing a decal on helmets, "vegas strong." first quarter. ravens up 7. manuel to jared cook and that's a fumble. jimmy smith going the other way and all the way the other way. taking it to the house for six. ravens up 14-0 early. third quarter, though. raiders making it a game. marshawn lynch. the two-yard touchdown. 53 yards total for lynch cuts the lead to 7. later in the third, joe flacco looking for mike wallace. they hit up three times for big-time gains. raiders cannot complete the comeback, they lose 30-17, drop to 2-3 on the season so far. the 49ers.
taking on the colts in indianapolis. players continuing their protest during the national anthem. the vice president mike pence in attendance, did later leave after the protest, tweeting about that. under a minute left in the fourth. fourth and goal, final chance for the niner is. brian hoyer finds george kittel. we're going to overtime. in ot, marlin mack taking the handoff, it was not frank gore although he did play quite a bit against his former team. mack, 35 yards, finished with 91 yards on the ground, it set up adam vinatieri, 51 yards out for the win in overtime. oh, yeah. colts win in ot over the 49ers 26-23. update on former niners quarterback colin kaepernick. the first nfl player to make a statement by kneeling during the national anthem last year. in speaking with cbs' jason la canfora, kaep says he's working out religiously in the new york
area with his agent talking to clubs about getting back on the field this season. this is their goal right now. speaking on cbs' "nfl today," la canfora indicated colin would no longer kneel during the anthem upon a return, but that is not so, his girlfriend, radio and tv personality nessa, tweeting the reports colin will stand for the anthem are completely false. warriors taking on the timberwolves. last game in china before ending the trip. currently coming back home. first quarter, steph curry driving baseline, up and under. he's ready for the season to begin. second quarter, more evidence of that. curry defense to offense. behind the back. pull-up three. he had 40 in the game and scored them in three quarters, he didn't play the fourth. third quarter. china klay thompson nails the three. he had eight threes. later curry again. 19 of curry's 40 game in the
third quarter. warriors, the regular season ready, 142-110. they scored 142 in that one. warriors come back home, they'll finish off the preseason at home against sacramento coming up on friday. that will do it for the "nissan sports report." more news after the break. these are new pictures into the
newsroom. a dangerous and very serious situation up in napa county right now as you can see. new pictures into the newsroom, this is one of them. a large wildfire burning tonight on atlas peak. more pictures to show you. and you can get an idea of how big this fire is. the fire started out as a 20-acre fire. next thing we knew as of maybe
35 minutes ago, up to 200 acres. photos of the fire from the hasfeld vineyards. we have word from the sonoma county sheriff, there are multiple fires burning in that county. evacuations have been ordered near calistoga because of a new fire in kenwood. from the napa county sheriff, this just in. silverado trail closed at yontville, all the soda canyon residents need to evacuate. that is what is going on in the north bay. breaking news out of san jose. we brought you this story first at 9:00 tonight. police investigating a deadly shooting in south san jose just before 7:00, 200 block of tradewinds drive. male victim rushed to the hospital, pronounced dead there. the circumstances surrounding the shooting have not been released. a taxi driver stabbed and a woman grabbed from the vehicle. all taking place at san jose's main transit hub.
cabbie was dropping a woman off at diridon station when two men in a white lexus tried convincing her to get out. she refused, stayed in the taxi. they managed to stop the taxi awhile later, slashed its tires, pulled the woman out, drove off with her after attacking the taxi driver and stabbing him. one woman heading to a concert tonight says she's rethinking where she's going to park. >> it's a scary situation. to be pulled out of the cab. there's not that many people around to save her. >> police are looking for two men and two women last seen in a white lexus. a partial license plate ending in 801. white lexus. the chief of iran's powerful revolutionary guard had a warning for the united states. he says if washington imposes new sanctions against tehran, united states should move its
military bases out of the range of iran's missiles. nbc's tehran bureau chief ali aruzi reports from london. >> amid growing speculation that president trump isn't going to certify the iran nuclear deal by october 15, iran has hit back warning the united states against designating the revolutionary guard as a terrorist group and adding additional sanctions to the country. the very powerful head of iranian revolutionary guard has made this threat before, and he said if new sanctions were passed on the country, america's regional bases outside the 2,000-kilometer range of iran's missiles would be at huge risk. he said if sanctions were imposed on iran, there would be no chance of further dialogue between the united states and the iran. and he also warned if the american government was stupid enough to consider the revolutionary guard as a terrorist group, then the guards would consider the american army to be like the islamic state around the world, particularly in the middle east, setting the stage for a showdown between
these two countries. >> iran is a bad player. and they will be taken care of as a bad player. >> reporter: president trump has until the 15th of october to certify or not certify the deal. if he doesn't, it goes to congress who have 60 days to decide whether to reimpose nuclear sanctions on iran that were lifted as part of that deal. if they do, then it would end the deal between the two countries and it would open a pandora's box because then the two countries would step into the unknown, iran would probably ramp up its nuclear program, and the tensions between the two countries would be hard to put a lid on again. ali arouzi, nbc news, london. still to come, it's not just any run. the event in the south bay that even included a super bowl champion. i've got the latest weather conditions as fire crews continue to fight this atlas fire just south of lake
chase. make more of what's yours. chase. roll half marathon today. thousands of runners took to the streets, cheered on by running and rocking. san jose's 12th annual rock 'n' roll marathon today, thousands of runners taking to the streets being cheered on by crowds, bands playing, it was a party. this year a man from phoenix took first place. on the women's side a canadian woman took the top spot. a san francisco woman was very close behind.
race cofounder and former 49er roger craig strapped on his running shoes for a special cause, running in honor of former teammate dwight clark who suffers from a.l.s. san jose's rock 'n' roll, in 2006 state records were set in both men's and women's division. what a beautiful day, what a dangerous night. >> yeah, unfortunate turn. this is exactly what we did not want to happen. whenever those red flag warnings are issued it's important to take them seriously because of ow quickly things can change, especially dealing with relative low humidity, warm temperatures, and very gusty winds. let's get to that atlas fire at atlas peak. to give you perspective where this is located, if you kind of take a look at this map, this is lake bariessa here, this is just south of there. unfortunately reports show this fire burning about 200 acres.
at this point the temperatures still fairly mild and warm at 68. the biggest concern isn't necessarily going to be just the warm temperatures. it's going to be the increase in those wind speeds. right now we're seeing wind speeds about 20 to 30 miles per hour. not just in napa, but unfortunately we're getting reports of fires in sonoma and there are evacuations under way. and it looks like the threat of that wind will only get worse overnight. this red flag warning is expected to stay in place through tuesday. if we look right now at what we're expecting in terms of the wind speeds, the models showing right now increased wind speeds of about 30 plus miles per hour. temperatures across the area and oakland 65. hayward 72. napa 73. sonoma area temperatures also in the 70s. but this is what i'm talking about when i mean the threat of that wind. that's going to be unfortunately the biggest thing that they're going to have to deal with when fighting this fire. it's going to be tough. napa 41 miles per hour in the
sonoma county area. also expecting gusty conditions, 40-mile-per-hours. this is only going to get worse overnight. if you live in any of these areas, be prepared not just for that fire threat but the chance of seeing some power outages as those winds kick up overnight. switching gears for tomorrow morning. expect a cool start, breezy to windy. winds carry on through your lunch hour. temperatures rerain in the 80s for livermore. san jose upper 70s. the next seven days we'll keep that wind in the forecast through tomorrow. 77 degrees as we head into tuesday. then closer toward thursday and friday, not just for san francisco but also in inland areas, you can start seeing those temperatures dropping from 80s to 70s. i want to emphasize the fact that the winds are expected to deck up, especially for the north bay, east bay hills, santa cruz mountains. all those high areas are expected to see strong, gusty conditions. please keep that in mind, be prepared should there be think power outages.
unfortunately we are dealing with a dangerous situation when it comes to that fire in the napa area. right now about 200 acres in at tas peak just south of layer bariessa. >> we have a person who provides us with pictures over the years, dave cannon, photographer. he is up in napa county. you're looking at pictures of this fire going on on atlas peak. >> i'm in the napa city valley floor and the hills above napa, above silverado trail, are orange. the smoke is crazy. the fire, the flame lengths are huge. people are driving out of the area. i know there's been a number of evacuations on soda canyon road, atlas peak road. probably a few others. and this fire i think the last update i heard was well over 200 acres. there are actually five major
fires burning in the cal fire northern area district. this is sonoma county, napa county. and there's two, three fires in napa county, two fires in sonoma county. there's just -- tons of evacuations. tons of potential for this stuff. i heard your weather person talking about the fire conditions. >> yeah, talking about the red flag warnings, we're getting word the evacuation center at the napa county fairgrounds right now, she has been talking about the concerns for the winds which are supposed to increase tonight. and gave, what's it like up there now? >> it's gusting. the winds are gusting. probably up to 50. when i was shooting some of my video, the embers were spraying me in the face. like a morning shower. but a lot more scary. the people were going the opposite way. i was going in, try to catch
some of this fire on tape and i did it but i got the heck out of dodge, it's serious business up there. >> what's going on in atlas peak? are there homes up there? what kind of a -- >> yeah, definitely some homes up there. there's some pretty nice homes up there, a few wineries sprinkled throughout. i know there are several structures on fire right now. there's also been trees down because of the wind. so the firefighters are not being able to get up as quickly as they can. there's been a number of rescues dispatched. i don't know if they've been performed or not. so i definitely worry about the people up there. >> all right, dave cannon, we're looking at some of your video. you were real close to those flames. talking about the embers coming at your lenses, we're seeing that right here, right now. thank you very much, dave. we've got -- the last word, 200 acres burned on atlas peak in napa county. that last update was from 45
minutes ago or so, right at the top of the newscast at 11:00. so you can imagine it's far more than that. talking about 50-mile-per-hour winds, dry grass. it's not a heavily populated area but some nice homes up there dave was saying. and as you can see, the trees just being push ad round. you can see a car burning right there. as he was talking about, some structures burning as well. and others threatened. firefighters moving. cal fire, i will say this about the way they've been performing over the last few years, when there's a fire they attack it with an army. i remember nine-acre fire in moraga, they sent 200 firefighters, i can't imagine what they've got hitting this fire. they'll do what they can but firefighters up against the wind and the dry grasses as well. just ahead, helping people with disabilities.
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i believe we're out of time. 30 seconds ago, okay. let me give you a little bit more information. fire in calistoga, knight's valley to tubbs lane, evacuation to napa county fairgrounds. sonoma county, evacuations are calisto calistoga. there is fire in kenwood. a total of five fires burning between napa and sonoma counties. more news coming up on "today in the bay" at 4:30 a.m. have a safe night, take care.
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