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metal recycling facility in redwood city. the fire broke out just before 1- 20s right now crews are working to put out a fire at a metal recycling facility in redwood city. the fire broke out just before 1:20 this afternoon at simms metal management on seaport road. flames went through a outdoor pile of items. nobody was injured and es vac waeugzs were not necessary. this is a live look at the fire as crews try to get it under fire. there is thick heavy smoke. firefighters -- evacuations were not necessary. this is a live look at the fire as crews try to get it under control. there is thick heavy smoke
outside. firefighters are still working on it. u.s. marines are in the philippines to help out. the philippine government asked for the government's help. it is believed 10,000 people died in the storm. it would make it the headilyiest disaster in the philippines. we look at the stunning devastation left in haiyan's wake. >> it was not until today that the scale of devastation became clear that thousands were killed. it will be days before the full exat extent of the damage can be assessed. haiyan hit on friday and quickly barreled across the central islands. winds and 20 foot waves washed away homes and schools.
survivors waited for high water to get to safety -- waded through high water to get through safety. the realization many of their loved ones did not make it out. [crying] >> reporter: the small amount of aid that was available today was in demand. the red cross says looters are raiding their trucks as well as grocery stores and gas stations. there are many areas cut off by flooding and landslides. people living outside of the region don't know when they will get word of their family's fate. >> i have no contact anymore. i tried calling them since this morning. an hour later i was calling and still nothing. >> reporter: in addition to the buildings flooded others were flattened. debris and sometimes bodies hanging from the branches. the typhoon is like nothing seen here before. the casualties come even after the government evacuated nearly 800,000 people ahead of that
typhoon. back to you. >> this is what typhoon haiyan looks like from space. you can see the storm is gigantic. it is expected to hit northern vietnam tomorrow morning. people there are getting ready. schools and markets are closed. 170,000 military troops are moving nearly a million people to safe zones. and the bay area is doing what it can to help in the relief effort. the aid may be coming in, it could be awhile until it gets to those who need it the most. [singing] >> reporter: this pastor, on guitar, the ministries is led in song and prayer for victims of the typhoon. >> we lift up the troops that are deployed out in the philippines right now. >> reporter: even without natural disasters they provide shipments to their loved ones.
>> they have members from san francisco around the peninsula that have rallied so quickly. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: help comes not just from church folks or filipinos. >> collect contributions and support and donations, nonperishable items and survival victims for the victims and their families. >> reporter: project pearls works year around to help support the poorest of the poor. >> do you have family in philippines? >> i do. >> reporter: have you heard from them? >> i have not. >> i have my 11-year-old son here with me today. trying to teach the importance of when somebody needs help we help them. >> reporter: her son enjoyed learning the lessons. >> at first i was a sign holder but then now i am helping bring out the food from people's cars. >> reporter: it is likely to take a month or longer for the supplies to reach there. but the workers here is a that
is okay because the aftereffects and the need are likely to last much longer than that. in san bruno, kpix5. >> the local chapter of the national alliance of philippine concerns are collecting monetary donations to help with relief efforts. if are a link go to kpix.com. and pope francis asked people to join him in prayer for the philippines and the victims of the storm. crowds of people in saint peter square stood for a moment of silence. the philippines is the third largest catholic country in the world. according to research four out of every five people in the philippines are catholic. what kind of indifferent is the bay bridge project. hearings are scheduled for this wednesday. while it is finally complete the new eastern span took longer than expected and cost billions more than they anticipated. throw in the problems of the bolts and there is plenty to talk about.
state senator says caltrans needs to be looked at as well. >> it is my firm belief there are a lot of great people that work at caltrans but there is a culture that is not performance driven. washington state went through a different thing and it changed their culture and we need to do the same think. >> the chair of the commit selooking into the project and a big critic. some relief at the pump. national gas prices fallen an average of 15 cents a gallon over the past three weeks. analysts say the average price of regular is $3.22 a gallon. sanfrancisco though, has the highest prices out of the city's surveyed at $3.67. statewide an average of $3.59. a bay area company recalls products at trader joes. what is causing people to get sick in three states. motorcyclists lead off the veteran's day parade in san francisco. why vets say they are drawn to
brands of ready to eat salad and sandwich wraps that are now being recalled. it is because of a possible e.coli outbreak. glass onion catering out of richmond is pulling products produced between september 23rd and november 6th. dozens of people in three states gotten sick. we will have more on this recall tonight at 6:30. and a bay area organic baby food manufacturer is recalling some of its products. sun organics says they are voluntarily recalling part of their tots mishmash and kid's lines. they say the problem is causing some of their pouches to swell and the food inside to spoil. the recalled products have sell by dates between august 5th, 2014 and december 8th,2014. today, in the bay area, people honored those who served
our country. we report on san francisco's nor 94th annual veteran's day parade. >> reporter: san francisco's veteran's day parade has an impromtoo feel. they don't stop traffic until the first motorcyclists pull out. there is a reason why so many veterans are drawn to this particular form of transportation. >> veterans want to be free after we did our tour for serving our country. >> and the motorcycle adds it to that. the motorcycle is it. that is it. >> reporter: san francisco has not always been the most welcoming place for those who have served. especially during the vietnam war. but most here is a that has changed. >> it is nice that the people are thanking us. it would have been nice 40 years ago but i will take it any way i can get it. >> vietnam it is not happening to these guys we are go being
to make sure they get welcomed home. >> reporter: this parade had all of the usual stuff. politics, marching bands and a lot of flags. there were not a lot of spectators and nobody was here represents the current branches of the military. but, david was here, marching in his first parade on that day he landed in utah beach, normandy, when he was 18 years old. >> a lot of people would say you are a hero. what do you say to them? >> i say i am will just doing my job. i think that is all we do. we all have to do our part. >> reporter: on this day, the city did its part. expressing gratitude to those who answered the call to duty. but many of them are having a hard time. and the feeling here is that the country's duty to help them should not end when the parades are over. in san francisco, back to you. >> most government officers will be closed for veteran's
day tomorrow. there will be no regular postal service, library, schools, banks will be closed. most local transit agencies will run on different schedules tomorrow. caltrans, sam trans and ac transit will run on sunday. b.a.r.t will run on a holiday schedule. the muni system will have regular service. up next, a bay area cemetery where the final fall is an exact science ten buck weekend bucket. ere's to thc ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. you gotta reel it up now,buddy. it.creel it up.t up, [father] reel it up,you got him on there.bring him in. is that a bass? [boy] yeah,i got a big bass. [father]bring it up.keep reeling.keep reeling.c'mon, where is he? whoa! you caught that all by yourself? [boy] yeah!
cemetery is getting a high tech upgrade. >> reporter: construction resumes on hall lowed ground. >> there are people buried back here from spanish american war, world war i, world war ii, korean war. >> reporter: if you walked through a cemetery like this. you can not help but going through how pristine everything is and how aligned the headstones are. up until now individual attention had to be paid to each and every headstone. now the va has come up with a system that will make sure that these headstones sit perfectly for years to come. >> reporter: it all starts with remembering the headstones and the construction of a massive concrete foundation. row by row you can see the process taking place where they pour in a concrete footing, they put in a box for each headstone. when they drop the headstone
in, then they pound in this decomposed granite to the point where you can not even move it. and that is where the attention to detail gets incredibly precise. >> take it all of the way. >> reporter: the gps equipment is used to set up a grid of strings so that every single stone is set in a perfect line. at the perfect angle, at the perfect height. even along the slopes of the hillsides. >> you are looking at the finished product. as you can see the headstone alignment is close to perfect as possible in all directions. >> reporter: even the hand tools they are using are custom- made for the job. everyone working here understands the gravity of the task. >> the respect of the soldiers and what they have done is first and up most. >> every one of the stones tells an individual story of service and sacrifice. together, they tell a much larger story. one that is being preserved in perfect order. down to an 8th of an inch. >> more pride than you can imagine. it is an honor to be here.
>> a sacred ground here. >> incredible task. more than 26,000 headstones are being reset. while the exact cost is not released one source tells us it is approaching $10 million. tonight, rain, rain, go away and it did. >> pretty much. we are going to still get wet, early tuesday, not amounting to much. >> all right. >> sorry. i feel fine, sorry about this, i feel fine but the voice is horse. so, right now. 50s and 60s. san jose out, san jose, 58. here is what is happening if you head out tonight. heading out along the coast, pretty much cheer. high clouds out there the numbers will be in the 50s and then tomorrow, we will still be above 70 degrees inland. and in the 60s and around the
coast, in the low 60s. here is what we expect. low pressure is going to get close. i mean, this is going to get close to the bay area. because high pressure that is over point conception is going to build in so strongly it will hold most of the rain on tuesday morning north of the golden gate and when that high pressure builds in, it is here, is it possible it stays in until thanksgiving? as far as the eye can see no more coming in. not good news. monday looks mild. monday night, tuesday. dry weather as far as the computer models are going out. future cast shows, we start out okay. low clouds along the shoreline. later in the day, watch what happens, high clouds move in across the state. giving us cloudy skies. not much in the way of rain. pinpoint forecast. lows will be in the 50s and upper 40s overnight. and for tomorrow, san jose at 70. coopertino at 71. livermore, 72. walnut creek, 72. a mild day tomorrow.
still a nice monday out of it until the clouds begin to increase. not much of a chance of rain. and the extended forecast bears that out. veterans day looks partly cloudy. temperature range as you see it there. nice. in the 60s. and then we increase clouds monday night and tuesday morning. and, maybe a few showers north of the gate. the rest of the week. wow, look at that. yes. all righty. you made it through. yes. okay. >> all right. you need to take a look at this. talk of the cute overload. watch as the babies trying to learn to chime a tree for the first time. a 4-month-old panda cub steps up to the plate first and then her younger brother joins her before giving up. they slept through the lesson all together. according to researchers it normally takes months before giant panda learns how to chime trees. we need all of that cuteness. the high lights from today's
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against five00 teams and they proved the nah-sayers right. harbaugh passing offense can not get it going. did not report a tackle in limited motion. hurt on this play. leaves the game with a concussion. sanfrancisco 7 for 3. in the 1st half. his unit has just 46 yard passing in the first 2 quarters. carolina was not too much better. they found the end zone. in pursuit, the tackling. leading to a 27 yard score. 10-9 they would lead. more injuries for san francisco. eric reed, collides hard. this is his second concussion that he would suffer this season. under four minutes left in the game. the 49ers down one, back to pass. down he goes. sacked six times. looked down it from start to finish. on 1 minute to go. he goes right. and that, folks s your ball
game. the 49ers lose 10-9. they only had 161 yards of offense, the fewest since november 2006. they are now 6-3 on the year. after getting shelled by the eagles last week. the defense plays better against the giants. the oakland offense did go. they are looking for the first win of the road season. opening kick off of the game. fumbles, the ball perfectly. on the hands of andre. he returns it to the 1-yard line. pyroy would take it in. special teams, he takes it. the punt, the block. by moore, taylor scored. the first blocked punt by his first career. eli manning tosses a throw. on the next one, 43 yard return. 17-14 raiders lead at the half.
it was 20-14 raiders in the threerd. thomas, jumped the route. fires fast. there he stkpw-fplt he did not go in. but, he brought him down. tackled him from behind. the ball rolls into the end zone. he was down at the 3. andre brown, scored the touchdown to make it 41-20 giants. under 4 minutes to go in the game. pryor takes forever in the pocket. down he goes. the ball comes down loose. they run out the clock. ending the game. he has just 122 yard passing and the interception. he was sacked 4 times. what are your thoughts going to be on the plane ride home? >> we let a few slip. it is an annoying thing when you let things slip. getting cracks like that. running out of opportunities like that at the club. you know, to, you know, do the things that we set out to do at the beginning of the season. and, we continue to drop games and that takes away from your
goal. you know, as far as trying to get to the post season. >> from tennessee with the jags, the jaguars will not go 0- 16. clinging to a lead in the 4th. blackman, bryant, fitzpatrick runs it in for a touchdown. the zaggures beat the titans, it is -- jaguars beat the titans t is the first win of the season. >> now, indy down 14-0 in the 2nd quarter. beginnings his day, 98 yard pupt return, one of the three touchdowns, shock indianapolis, 38-8. the newest win belongs to the basketball team. hosting second rinked duke. they are down at the half. the blue devils open at the second half on a 13-4 run. never look back. finishing with a great look by
jones and duke beats cal70 to 58. tonight on "gameday" the inspiration behind one of the most famous lines in history. >> when you walk down the street and people do recognize you, they still shout out "show me the money". >> do you still get that? >> you know, that never stopped since the film came out because they keep running it over and over again on regular television. >> show me the money! >> yes. you can see more of the interview with lee steinberg. he had all of the big names of the time. all of the big names here. wayne walker, wendy dukuto. >> i did not know that. >> yes. he had them all. >> dennis o'donell. no. no. no. i asked him. he said you don't make enough. >> that is it for us at 5:30. we will see you back here in half an hour and at 10:00 and
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>> jeff: tonight the devastation left behind. one of the most powerful natural disasters ever recorded leaves parts of the philippines in ruins, where the storm goes next. suspended nfl player richie incognito speaks on camera for the first time since his teammate left the miami dolphins. >> i did not intend to hurt him. >> jeff: terrell brown has more on what he says. crash landing, waiting for that 2,000 pound satellite to hit earth. don dahler has the latest. and jeff pegues on the nation's newest college football powerhouse, which is also the country's first university for the deaf. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news."